THE FEAR NO FOG LENS
Pavé. Picking your line is all-important. It’s cold and wet. You mash into the cobbles, hit the climb, put out the watts, get hot and —uh oh!—your glasses fog up. Disaster. It’s an all-to-common occurrence, unless you’re riding new Ryders Thorn glasses with anti-fog photochromic lenses. The back of the lens is treated with permanent anti-fog, the front is hydrophobic and the lenses automatically just to changing light conditions. Slick as hell. In addition to the Thorn, numerous Ryders styles, all basically indestructible, offer the new lens.