Endura Flint Cycling Sunglasses (3 lens set) £18.99 delivered @ Tredz
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Endura Flint Cycling Sunglasses (3 lens set) £18.99 delivered @ Tredz

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LocalFound 9th Nov 2017Edited by:"NeoTrix"
Nice looking pair of cycling sunnies, I know... not Summer, but can still be quite bright out. Decent price atm and not sure they will drop as we go into next year, so right now I think it's a good price delivered .

The Endura range tend to get pretty good reviews and at £18.99 instead of £30+ you cant go far wrong if you're wanting to give em a whirl.

They do work when your not on a bike too... who knew?


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Product description
The Endura Flint cycling glasses give you the protection you need from harmful UV rays and glare from cars and buildings. These sunglasses get three lenses so you interchange depending on the lighting conditions, giving you fantastically versatile glasses. The Antifog finish keeps them clear, while the Hydrophobic finish repels water, so your vision is always free from obstruction when on the road.

Key Features:

  • Lightweight 3 Lens Set
  • High definition, low distortion interchangeable polycarbonate lens
  • Anti-fog finish resists misting on inside of lens
  • Hydrophobic finish repels water and spray on outside of lens
  • Vented nose piece for maximum comfort
  • Rubber touch temple tips for secure grip
  • Supplied complete with hardcase and soft wipe microfibre carry pouch
  • 100% UV protection in compliance with EN1836
  • Antifog Finish
  • Hydrophobic Finish
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Another great deal on these too photochromic Lenses "Marlin"
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£23.99, £57 on evans cycles 2731.jpg

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comes with three sets of lenses so will hopefully be perfect for commuting in the darkness too. HEAT!
Will also do me for the coming ski season, useful with the interchangable lense. Thanks
thanks op. needed a new clear pair for the winter
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£57 @ Evans, photochromic lens £23.99 bargain

and £9.99 for the pink only
tredz.co.uk/.En…htm half price
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 10th Nov 2017
Thanks op got a pair and the Marlin ones, tend to wear aldi/ Lidl ones for £4, as I tend to lose or drop glasses, lost 4 pairs this year , I can handle circa £20, but the reason I don't wear oakley
Bought a pair from ALDI for £1.99, they do the job!
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