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2013 This model is no longer in stock.
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Zero RH + Stylus See Safe Performa Sunglasses $0.00
Everything you want.
Total eye protection, unbelievably light weight, and lenses that cover every type of light condition. Probably sound too good to be true, right? A list of the Zero rh+ Stylus See Safe Performa Sunglasses' attributes is a cyclist's sunglasses wish list, in a nutshell. They do it all. No wonder some of cycling's top pro teams have picked up Zero rh+ as their teams' choice of eyewear.
One thing that the brand Zero RH+ has come to embody, in our eyes, is quality. You can just feel it in a product like Stylus See Safe Performa Sunglasses. They're tight and well-made. You can feel how sturdy they are, despite their light weight. The Sportgrip TM rubber used on the nose pieces is pliable and grippy. The nose piece is adjustable and it's pliable enough that it felt comfortable to everyone who tried them on. During a ride they are comfortable and lightweight enough that you forget you have glasses on at all, and that non-slip rubber really does its job, even after the sweat starts flowing freely.
Both the Copper Photochromic and Daynite Photochromic lenses cover a solid spectrum of light conditions, so you could use either of these lenses as your go-to, everyday lens. Which you choose really comes down to color preference. The Daynite lens is a bit lighter, so it would work best in low or flat light conditions to really make terrain variations pop out.
Zero RH+ Stylus See Safe Performa Sunglasses look best on folks with medium to large faces, and they are available in Matte White/Copper Photochromatic, Shiny Black/Daynite Photochromatic, Shiny White/Daynite Photochromatic, and Matte Black/Copper Photochromatic.
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I regret to say we do not carry replacement lenses for Zero RH. The best bet would be to contact them directly. You can e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.