Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Ryders Eyewear: Strider PolarPhoto Sunglasses

Product provided by Ryders.  All opinions are my own.




Ryders Eyewear Strider PolarPhoto Sunglasses – The ULTIMATE sunglasses for the outdoor enthusiast!  The lenses darken and lighten automatically to suit overcast to sunny conditions.  I find these sunglasses to be invaluable especially when mountain biking.  I ride where there are various light conditions, from the sun shining directly on me and shady areas where tall trees block the sun.  I love how the lenses lighten automatically going through darker areas so I can concentrate on the trail and not fall off the side of the mountain.  In addition, the polarized lenses prevent glare from blinding me and keeping my field of vision clear ensuring my safety. 


I’ve had sunglasses with interchangeable lenses, but this task took away precious time from enjoying the activities I love (yes a couple of minutes is “precious”).  Also, with dirty hands, I worried I would scratch the lenses from replacing one to the other.  With Ryders’ new POLARIZED-PHOTOCHROMIC Technology, replacing lenses is a thing of the past!



You will be amazed at how much technology is packed into these sunglasses which retail for $129.99.  Polycarbonate lenses is the same material used in bulletproof glass making it shatterproof, offers 100% UV protection, optically correct eliminating distortion, and scratch-resistant coating.  Frame materials are durable, flexible, and light-weight resulting in a total weight of 26 grams.  Hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips securely grip your face preventing slippage even when your face is wet with sweat.  Talk about QUALITY and VALUE!  These two attributes rarely go hand in hand!


These Ryders Strider PolarPhoto sunglasses come in two colors: Black and Grey Frame with Grey Lenses and White with Red Frame with Grey Lenses.

Bottom Line – High Quality, Great Value and Performance!  For a retail price of $129.99, Ryders managed to pack lots of features and functions into their Strider PolarPhoto sunglasses and I wouldn’t hesitate to buy these in a heartbeat.  Check out Ryders to see their vast selection of sunglasses that will suit your particular activity.  Protect your eyes, you only have a pair!

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