All the buzz.
Tifosi's Wasp Fototec sunglasses utilize a photosensitive lens that automatically adjusts to changing light conditions for maximum visibility all ride long. Their full-coverage shape is constructed out of decentered shatterproof polycarbonate to virtually eliminate distortion, provide sharp peripheral vision, and offer 100% protection from harmful UVA/UVB rays, not to mention bugs, rocks, or whatever else comes your way.
The frame is made of Grilamid TR-90, a snap resistant nylon that's UV resistant and incredibly lightweight. Hydrophilic Adjustable Temples become tackier as you perspire, so the glasses stay put during hard efforts, and adjustable nose and ear pieces ensure an incredibly comfortable fit.
The Tifosi Wasp Sunglasses includes a Light Night Fototec™ lens that adjusts between 75.9% - 27.7% light transmission. Comes with a zippered case and polishing cloth.
Measures 140 mm frame width / 126 mm lens width. Claimed weight is 22 g.
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Tifosi never disappoints
by Mike Inverso
I've owned three pair of Tifosi and replaced one pair because I wore them out. The others I replaced only because I wanted a change. And for around $50 - $60 it's not hard on the wallet. Honestly, what could make a pair of cycling glasses worth $200, other than brand snobbery? These glasses are light, the photochromatic lenses work well, and they look good.
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