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Shimano CE-EQNX3 Equinox Sunglasses

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The CE-EQNX3 sunglasses are Shimano's pro level performance sunglasses specifically designed for riding. Featuring a Hydrophobic coating for water repellency, and Full UV400 protection, they will keep your vision clear and protected all day in the saddle. They are also RX clip compatible. 

Who's this item for: Riders looking for a light weight pair of sunglasses which offer good protection and wide-view vision. 

Frame type and fit: These are semi-framed sunglasses, with a frame across the top, but frame-less sides and bottom for better vision. The frame is made from strong a durable TR-90 Grilamid thermoplastic. It features duel injection molded non toxic TPE temples, so they wont slip when you are bombing hills. 

Adjustable nose pads: Yes, the large nose pad is adjustable for extra comfort.

Lens features: Hydrophobic coated for water repellency. They also undergo a non-scratch treatment to keep your lenses looking fresh even after flying through some low hanging branches.

Interchangeable Lens: Yes, they are interchangeable. 

Stand out features: RX clip compatible, adjustable nose piece and water repellency are the point of difference here.

Pros: Lightweight, comfortable, full UV400 protection.

Cons: Styling might not suit everyone, would be good if they came in more colour options.

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