The latest rh+ sport glasses – Super Stylus & Ultra Stylus – have been developed together with Wanty-Groupe Gobert professional team riders, ready to roll on the faces of pro riders in a few weeks at the 2018 Tour de France.
rh+ notes that these two new sportglasses feature a ‘super light frame, equipped with long and thin rubber end tips, really comfortable and adjustable thanks to a metal core, for the best ergonomic but also for a fast and safe placement on the helmet.’
Building on riders’ feedback, both models, Ultra Stylus and Super Stylus, equipped with mirrored lenses, are also provided with an orange tinted spare lens, ‘for rainy days as well as for mountainbike, where fast light changes require high technical performances’.
All the lenses, mask for the Ultra Stylus and biocular for the Super Stylus, are interchangeable and wide. rh+ adds that all are in Optical Class 1, to ensure the highest standard in terms of protection and UV absorption, in compliance with the European safety requirements… ‘That means protection of the eyes against UV rays, responsible for reducing the tear films, dryness and fatigue feeling. In a single word: comfort, even after many hours of sun exposure.’
Last but not least the Dual-Fit Bridge Nose is adjustable in order to adapt to a variety of faces.
- Weight: 27g
- Dual-Fit Bridge adjustable nose
- Available with clip-on for prescription lenses
- Ultra Stylus: €75 grey + orange; €85 mirrored lenses + orange; €95 photocromatic lenses
- Super Stylus: €70 grey + orange; €80 mirrored lenses + orange; €90 photocromatic lenses
A brand of the organization Zero Industry S.r.l., rh+ is based in Lentate sul Seveso, in the province of Monza, in Italy. It designs and produces technical apparel, helmets and goggles dedicated to the cyclist who is looking for ‘performance, uncompromising quality, design and Italian style.’ Zero Industry itself develops and sells products divided into four business units: Cycling, Snow, Eyewear and Urban. rh+ has an e-commerce site and an established international distribution network that covers 22 countries, spanning Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.