KOO Open Cube glasses review

KOO Open Cube glasses review

The original Opens from Kask’s glasses brand, KOO, have impressed in the past. The lightweight frames, with their unique rotating arms, gave plenty of adjustment and enabled you to rotate the lens. The downside was that the full frame didn’t suit everyone. 5 new pairs of 100% glasses for Sagan to choose from Oakley EVZero Range Photochromic cycling glasses review The new 31g glasses feature a half-frame style. They retain the cool, clever arm design and super-high-grade lens from German lens brand, Zeiss. The new lens is much deeper (50mm at its deepest), which provides great coverage. The frames curve, allowing them to sit close to your face for draught-free riding. The lens stayed pretty much fog-free, only misting up a little on the bottom edge during a long climb on a hot day. The frames have a fair bit of flex, although they are stable enough when worn, and ...

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