When you're looking for that piece of gear that will give you an extra boost of confidence as you push your limits on the trail, the Tempo is where to turn. Featuring Giro's new medium Expansion View Technology (EXV) frame paired with the crisp optics of their True Sight lens, this goggle delivers the comfort and sharp vision that inspire confidence anywhere from your local loop to the bike park.
The squared off lenses and wide temples of the Chops aren’t just for style—they help to block peripheral light. Don’t be deceived by its size; despite its chunkiness, the Chops only weighs in at 30g.
Similar to a baroque symphony featuring a celebrity DJ, the Hillroy is a classic design with modern upgrades. Despite its casual appearance, the Hillroy comes equipped with anti-slip nose pads and shatterproof lenses, so you can still wear them on the bike.
Worlds colliding isn’t always a bad thing. In the case of the Khyber, it’s a welcome collision. The full-rim design makes the Khyber perfect for casual scenarios, but the addition of adjustable nose pads allows you to custom fit the frame for more demanding situations. It’s a true sport/casual crossover, looking and feeling right at home in all scenarios.
$49.99 - $59.99
Driven by the needs of cyclists, the Pace’s lightweight, rimless design ensures that there’s no frame to obstruct your view while in your riding position. The adjustable hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips allow you to fine-tune the fit to optimize airflow, stability and comfort.
473 milliliters of optic refreshment, perfectly poured to quench your eyeballs’ thirst for comfortable, fashionable UV protection. The Pint offers big coverage without adding a bunch of unnecessary weight to your face.
The Rockwork is the latest version on the very popular and long-lived Hijack. Though it has some familiar-looking lines, the entire frame and lens have been redesigned for elevated style and performance.
$49.99 - $79.99
The most stylish, sport semi-rim out there, the Seventh has a flat top to give it a more casual appearance than its more aggressive-looking peers. And it does this without sacrificing the performance benefits that make semi rims so popular for athletic endeavours. In fact, the Seventh performs better than many frames out there because of its fully-adjustable, hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips that allow you to custom fit the frame to suit your face, your helmet and the desired amount of airflow behind the lens.
Look the Hiline in the face and it seems to be all about style. Flip it around and you’ll reveal its hidden features. Strategically placed air diffusers, interchangeable nose pads for a custom fit, and co-injected temple tips make this a true sport glass despite its fashionable facade.
$59.99 - $99.99
Inspired by a Ryders classic, the Nelson is a taller and higher-tech version of the ever-popular Hillroy. Despite its handsome looks, it’s not all about style. Thanks to its big lenses along with its hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips, when it comes to performance it can stand toe-to-toe with much sportier-looking eyewear.
$59.99 - $89.99
The Nimby features a lightweight, rimless design with a shield lens for an unobstructed field of vision. Designed to meet the demands of cyclists, the angle of the lenses and the resulting airflow can be customized by adjusting the nose pads.
Ryders Eyewear's Strider Interchangeable glasses give you the customization you need to tackle any conditions. Three included sets of lenses are easy to change quickly so you can adapt to changing light conditions, and all three lens options offer total UV protection, hydrophobic coating, and shatterproof construction. TR90 frames give you just the right amount of flex for a comfortable fit, while the hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips add stability even when wet. Don't be surprised when you forget these stellar glasses are even on your face: they weigh a paltry 26 grams, after all. And, with the included zipper case, your Striders stay protected when you stow them in your bag on your way to your next race.
The Tazz MTB goggle utilizes a new, medium frame designed around Giro's Expansion View Technology (EXV) to deliver a wide field of view with a more minimal footprint that's comfortable on a variety of face shapes and sizes. Crisp optics and a tear-off compatible polycarbonate lens work with a comfortable, stable fit and supervent foam. The Tazz MTB allows you to stay cool and focused on the trail. - Expansion View Technology (EXV) - Supervent foam - Double silicone-backed grip strap - Seamless compatibility with all Giro helmets - Microfiber goggle bag - Off-road motorcycle certified - Over-the-Glasses technology (OTG) with temple cutouts for eyeglass frame pieces - True Sight polycarbonate lens - Anti-fog coating - Tear-off compatible - Roll-off compatible - Medium-sized, adult fit
$79.99 - $89.99
The Loops looks good. Really, really good. It’s great for biking too, which might surprise some given its casual appearance. Big lenses for light and wind protection, a wide frame to allow for fog-fighting airflow, and hydrophilic nose pads to keep them in place all make the Loops a perfect all-around performer.
We took the thorn out of your side and stuck it in your eye. A much better place for a Thorn, considering its optimal coverage and diverse lens options. Its solid frame construction and performance features allows you to wear the Thorn in any circumstance.
Treat your eyes with Ryders Eyewear's Trapper Polarized glasses. The big polarized lenses cut down on glare so you see clearly, and they offer total UV protection, a hydrophobic coating, and shatterproof construction. TR90 frames give you just the right amount of flex for a comfortable fit, while the hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips hold strong even when wet. And for even more comfort, the Trappers have wide temples so the fit is just right. Don't be surprised when you forget these stellar glasses are even on your face: they weigh a feathery 32 grams, after all.
Ryders Eyewear's Vias sport a rimless design for great clarity and excellent peripheral vision. Their hydrophilic temple tips and nose pads keep them in place so you stay comfortable. You'll love the scratch-resistant, shatterproof polycarbonate lenses that are optically correct for perfect vision. They also offer 100% UV protection, deflect moisture, and are fog-free. Plus, because they are Photochromic, the lenses automatically adjust to changing light conditions for the ultimate in vision and protection.
$91.99 - $104.99
The Tazz MTB goggle utilizes a medium frame designed around Giro's Expansion View Technology (EXV) to deliver a wide field of view with a minimal footprint that's comfortable on a variety of face shapes and sizes. Crisp optics and a tear-off compatible polycarbonate lens work with a comfortable, stable fit and supervent foam. The Tazz MTB allows you to stay cool and focused on the trail.
A perfect blend of fashion and function, the Hazel is a women's frame that can be customized in multiple ways. The side shields can be removed or added, depending on the look and function you're after, and the interchangeable nose pads can be switched for a custom fit.
$119.99 - $134.99
The Blok MTB goggle utilizes a frame designed around Giro's Expansion View Technology (EXV) to deliver an impressively wide field of view. A new, injected mirrored polycarbonate lens provides exceptionally clear optics and tear-off compatibility. The fit is comfortable and stable too, with a supervent foam that allows you to stay cool and focus on your lines without distraction. - Expansion View Technology (EXV) - Supervent foam - Double silicone-backed grip strap - Seamless Compatibility with all Giro helmets - Microfiber goggle bag - Off-road motorcycle certified - Over-the-Glasses technology (OTG) with temple cutouts for eyeglass frame pieces - Injected mirrored polycarbonate lens - Anti-fog coating - Tear-off compatible with 10-pack of tear-offs included - Bonus injected clear polycarbonate lens included - Large-sized, adult fit
This model is the Invert version of the critically-acclaimed Seventh. As a patented Invert design, the frame runs along the bottom of the lens instead of over the top. This improves your field of vision, combats fogging and provides protection for your face in the event of a crash. Just like the Seventh, the Incline has fully adjustable nose pads and temple tips for a custom fit.
Thanks to its removable Invert frame, the Roam can convert from a rimless road cycling shield to a more burly mountain bike semi-rim. To make the frame even more adaptable, we’ve given it fully adjustable nose pads and temple tips, ensuring that it fits perfectly on a wide range of faces.
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