Tifosi's Pavé Fototec glasses feature lenses that adapt to the conditions so swapping lenses is a thing of the past. You choose the lenses that are best for where and how you ride. These great glasses block 100% of UV rays and ensure a perfect fit thanks to their adjustable rubber temples and nosepieces that grip better when wet!
AC Red lens: allows up to 27% light transmission and is designed for all-conditions riding
High Speed Red Fototec lens: goes from 12% to 35% tinted and is designed for road riding
Backcountry Orange lens: goes from 15% to 45% and is designed for trail riding
Light Night lens: goes from 19.5% to 85% and is designed for all uses
EC lens (Extreme Contrast): designed for off-road use because it helps you distinguish terrain details
GT lens (Golf/Tennis): designed for tracking balls in flight
For years professional athletes and casual sports enthusiasts alike have appreciated Tifosi glasses for their superb optics, outstanding protection and all-day comfort. If you're looking for awesome cycling glasses, you need to give them a try.
The Georgia-based company has made its mark with the racers on Jittery Joe's and Vanderkitten cycling teams, as well as with individual pros, like mountain climber Jordan Romero and golfing phenom Brittany Lincicome. With their superior technology, it's no wonder so many professionals trust Tifosi.
Tifosi's lens selection is as varied as the sports they're designed for, ensuring the perfect glasses for any activity. Their smart Fototec lenses adapt to changing conditions (photo, right), their glare-eliminating Polarized lenses are perfect for snow and water sports, their GT lenses create contrast to distinguish golf and tennis balls in play, and their Polarized Fototec lenses offer double the function.
All their lenses are made from shatterproof polycarbonate and offer not only high-impact protection, but also 100% protection from harmful UVA/UVB rays. Some lenses even have a reflective Glare Guard coating, which helps prevent eye fatigue. And, don't despair if you wear eyeglasses, because Tifosi's Optics Prescription Program allows the incorporation of most single-vision prescriptions into their lenses. They also have an Rx Adaptor that inserts into the Stelvio model without tools or mounting hardware for an economical option for eyeglass wearers.
Tifosis also boast tough sport frames that can take a beating thanks to Grilamid TR-90, a flexible homopolyamide nylon that has a low density and high resistance to chemical and UV damage, making it virtually indestructible. Plus, you'll have a perfect fit thanks to the adjustable (bend to fit) temples and nosepieces. And, the hydrophilic rubber they're made of grips even better when wet so the glasses always stay in place.
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The Pavé Fototecs fit medium to large faces.
Weight: 29 grams
|Gunmetal w/High Speed Red Fototec lenses||00874444002902||T-V235|
|Midnight Blue w/Light Night Fototec lenses||00874444003091||T-V255|
|Matte Black w/GT Fototec lenses||00874444003367||T-V245|
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- Do not slip
- Good protection
- Snug fit
- Casual use
- Daily riding
- Road cycling
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- Do not slip
- Snug Fit
- Good Protection
- Road Cycling
- Casual Use
- Daily Riding
I originally had a pair of $20 department-store glasses that I wore when riding. They scratched quickly, always slid down my face, and blocked some of my peripheral vision. These Tifosi glasses have corrected every single one of those inadequacies. I've dropped them repeatedly with no breaking or scratching. They've never slid down my nose. They fit very snugly without the lenses touching my skin and without blocking any of my peripheral vision (a VERY well-thought out design). And best of all, they get lighter as the day turns to dusk. I can ride well into the evening and still have eye protection without having to switch lenses. These glasses are worth every penny. The only minor drawback is that they don't get quite dark enough for extremely bright days (I understand that this is by design).