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Photochromic Biking Glasses

Photochromic Biking Glasses

Regular price £43.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £43.00 GBP
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-Photochromic lens
-Rubberized nose piece
-Impact resistant
-Ultralight - only 30g
-UV 400

What's included

-Photochromic riding glasses
-Durable protective case
-Soft cloth case
-Cleaning cloth

Shipping & Returns

-Arrives within 3-9 business days
-Return unused within 30 days

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What is photochromic?

The photochromic lens automatically adjusts to changing light conditions. The lens is clear in low light situations like riding through the forest and it becomes tinted when exposed to direct sunlight. This makes the Senduro biking glasses perfect for every occasion

One Pair To Rule Them All

The wide lens keeps mud, and peicring cold air out off your eyes so you can smash that PR.

The photochromic lens is there for you on the darkest of winter forest rides and the sunniest of party laps with the crew because the lens tints in the sun.

The lens has speed holes cut into the edges to increase the airflow by leveraging the venturi effect, the faster you go the clearer the lens stays. Riders in the Pacific NorthWest love this feature on wet winter days.

The glasses are made from impact resistance polycarbonate and thermoplastic rubber which makes them durable, flexible, and grippy. The glasses feel comfortable and fit securely in place on the rowdiest of terrain or the fullest of sends.

  • Ruberized nose piece

    The nose piece is made from a soft, pliable rubber that is incredibly comfortable and offers suburb grip. This helps keep the glasses in place no matter how fast you shred or sweaty you get.

  • Anti-fog speed holes

    That's right, these speed holes aren't just for aesthetics, they actually help clear fog from the lens with even the slightest airflow

Customer Reviews

Based on 105 reviews
Nicklaus Hettinger

Very happy and phenomenal

Friedrich Donnelly

With what they cost I can't say anything bad, they get pretty dark in sunlight, they weigh nothing and are very comfortable. The resistance they have and how long they last I do not know but for now I have tried them and very correct

Virginie Hackett

Very nice!!

Herbert Kuvalis


Shayna Hirthe

Quick shipping.

  • Excellent customer service

    Our customer service team is here to help you every step of the way. Please reach out to us if you have any questions and we will get back to you within 48 hours

  • Hassle-free returns

    This item can be returned unused within 30 days of delivery for a full refund

  • Carbon neutral shipping

    We leverage innovative technologies to remove carbon from the ocean and atmosphere in ways that store the carbon for 1000+ years

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are photochromic lenses worth it for mountain biking?

Photochromic lenses are ideal for mountain biking because the lens is constantly adjusting to changing lighting conditions

What are the disadvantages of a photochromic lens?

The photochromic lens is cold weather sensitive. It takes longer to adjust to changing light condition on cold sunny days.

Are photochromic lenses good for night riding?

The photochromic lens only reacts to the UV light from the sun. Since the sun is down, you'll have a clear lens all night

Is photochromic better than polarized?

Both photochromic and polarized lenses have their own unique benefits and drawbacks, and which one is better for mountain biking may depend on the individual's needs and preferences.

Photochromic lenses automatically adjust their tint according to the light conditions, which can be very useful for mountain biking as the light conditions can change quickly and drastically during a ride. These lenses are also good for people with light sensitivity.

Polarized lenses, on the other hand, can reduce glare, which can be especially useful when riding on surfaces that reflect light, such as water or snow. They also enhance the color and contrast of the surroundings.

In summary, photochromic lenses are good at adapting to changing light conditions, while polarized lenses are good at reducing glare and enhancing color and contrast. So it's a trade-off between the two and depends on what you prioritize more.

What is the difference between photochromic and transition lenses?

Photochromic lenses are also known as transition lenses

Do you offer perscription lenses?

Not at this time but we plan to. Please reach out if you have any questions about perscription biking glasses