Adidas Evil Eye Evo Edition
Adidas eyewear is known for making high-quality sport sunglasses. The goggles and glasses are developed for discerning athletes and detail lovers. The Adidas Evil Eye Evo frame is adjustable with both the TRI-FIT and 4-position nose bridge frame features enabling you to customize these Adidas sunglasses to how you ride. Included in the Evo Pro version is a removable sweat blocker, a helpful accessory if you are unfit, training, competing, or in warmer climates.
Been seeing some updated styles from Adidas Sport Eyewear showing up in the World Tour and this past season's CX races and was intrigued by what I saw. Style-wise they're on trend with the big lenses and coverage and hot lens colors. So I was stoked when a Zonyk Pro and 3Matic
Strong and durable, these glasses will protect your eyes in extreme conditions, and have even been tested in wind tunnels! You can even see how they look on your by heading to our website and checking out the 3D Try-On System, and have them delivered straight to your door.
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In this video, we showcase the Adidas Adivista and Adizero. They both have the same frame but different sized lenses and both come in a Large and Small version. This sunglass frame features adjustable temples and adjustable nose pads for a personalized fit. The lenses are easily interchangeable. Prescription lenses are mounted in a special carrier that is also very easy to install and remove from the frame.
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The Zonyk Pro sunglasses have won me over with their LST Vario Tuned lenses. These lenses are a combination of Adidas's two main lens lines, the LST which enhances colors, and the Vario Tuned which adjusts the tint of the lens for different light situations.
I have been a big fan of clear lenses for some time because the light changes so frequently during the duration of a ride. The lighting can be very different in the woods compared to out in the open or it might just get late and get darker during the ride. I found that I was struggling to see with dark tinted Oakley sunglasses and found the clear lenses to work much better for me.
After using the Zonyk Pros for a few months I am convinced that these lenses are the way to go. They offer enough tint to shade your eyes in sunny conditions (which I experience all too often here in the Colorado desert sun) and yet they become more transparent on cloudy days (which seems to be always in Whistler... at least while I was there).
The Zonyk Pro has all sorts of great features including a detachable sweat bar (which works GREAT), a 3-position adjustable frame, an adjustable nose bridge, and a quick and easy removable lens. Said lens is massive, which makes for a really nice, wide field of view, with little to no obstruction of the frame.
The Zonyk Pro glasses are extremely popular right now especially after being featured in the 2016 Rio Olympics. Keep an eye out and you're bound to see a handful of big-name pros rocking these shades. The Zonyk Pro weighs in at a nice, light 35g
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