$49.99 - $89.99
Worlds colliding isn’t always a bad thing. In the case of the Khyber, it’s a welcome collision. The full-rim design makes the Khyber perfect for casual scenarios, but the addition of adjustable nose pads allows you to custom fit the frame for more demanding situations. It’s a true sport/casual crossover, looking and feeling right at home in all scenarios.
$49.99 - $59.99
Driven by the needs of cyclists, the Pace’s lightweight, rimless design ensures that there’s no frame to obstruct your view while in your riding position. The adjustable hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips allow you to fine-tune the fit to optimize airflow, stability and comfort.
$49.99 - $149.99
The most stylish, sport semi-rim out there, the Seventh has a flat top to give it a more casual appearance than its more aggressive-looking peers. And it does this without sacrificing the performance benefits that make semi rims so popular for athletic endeavours. In fact, the Seventh performs better than many frames out there because of its fully-adjustable, hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips that allow you to custom fit the frame to suit your face, your helmet and the desired amount of airflow behind the lens.
$49.99 - $89.99
Our most popular semi-rim style, the Strider is light and durable with adjustable nose-pads for optimum fitability. The classic shape is combined with aggressive lines to give the Strider its signature look.
An evolution of one of our classic performance styles, the adjustability of the new Caliber allows you to customize the fit to your preferences. The wide temple arms provide extra protection, and the lens geometry is optimized for full coverage and a great field of vision.
Designed specifically for women, the Catja is a cat-eyed shield with a front-mounted lens that's designed to bridge the gap between fashion-forward casual glasses and performance eyewear. It is also likely to be our most mispronounced model.
$59.99 - $99.99
Inspired by a Ryders classic, the Nelson is a taller and higher-tech version of the ever-popular Hillroy. Despite its handsome looks, it’s not all about style. Thanks to its big lenses along with its hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips, when it comes to performance it can stand toe-to-toe with much sportier-looking eyewear.
Casual aviator meets sport semi-rim. A couple of concepts that are so face apart it’s hard to imagine that a brand would dare to bridge the gap. But we did and we couldn’t be happier. All of the performance advantages of a sport semi-rim with the ultra-laid-back look of a plastic aviator. It’s like Superman with dreadlocks.
Big, bold, and beautiful, Ryders Eyewear's Chops Polarized glasses give you lots of coverage and tons of style. The sleek polarized lenses give teeth to the Chops: they cut down on glare so you see more clearly, and they offer total UV protection, hydrophobic coating, and shatterproof construction. TR90 frames give you just the right amount of flex for a comfortable fit, while the hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips add stability even when wet. The stout frames are stylish, too, so you can wear them on the bike or around town. And at only 30 grams, you'll forget you're wearing these beauties at all.
Clean lines inspired by time-honoured designs, the Jackson is a classic casual shape offering great coverage in a light-weight package.
A classic aviator with some bells and whistles that aren’t actually bells and whistles, because that would be stupid. Instead of bells and whistles, the Spitfire comes with adjustable nose pads and extra-durable spring hinges.
The Nimby features a lightweight, rimless design with a shield lens for an unobstructed field of vision. Designed to meet the demands of cyclists, the angle of the lenses and the resulting airflow can be customized by adjusting the nose pads.
The Rockwork is the latest version on the very popular and long-lived Hijack. Though it has some familiar-looking lines, the entire frame and lens have been redesigned for elevated style and performance.
Named after a technical trail in Squamish BC, this model looks as great as it needs to in order to be called the Cakewalk and get away with it. Its hidden techy components including hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips keep it in place when you want to use it for something more difficult than an actual cakewalk.
The Loops looks good. Really, really good. It’s great for biking too, which might surprise some given its casual appearance. Big lenses for light and wind protection, a wide frame to allow for fog-fighting airflow, and hydrophilic nose pads to keep them in place all make the Loops a perfect all-around performer.
The most casual-looking model in our Invert family, the Rotor provides the technical advantages of an Invert without the race day look. The adjustable hydrophilic nose pads allow you to fine-tune the fit to optimize airflow, stability and comfort.
The Serra’s stylish, front mounted, round lenses make this women’s model a stand-out in the collection. But a closer look will reveal that it isn’t all about style. Polarized lenses, hydrophilic components, and an ultra-comfortable fit make the Serra a real performer.
Thanks to its removable Invert frame, the Roam can convert from a rimless road cycling shield to a more burly mountain bike semi-rim. To make the frame even more adaptable, we’ve given it fully adjustable nose pads and temple tips, ensuring that it fits perfectly on a wide range of faces.
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