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Bollé Shifter

Editor's Review

Excellent eyewear is more phenomenal at this pricepoint


- Larger size, little obstruction
- Lens features cover it all
- Stylish, not wacky or gimicky
- Super value for price


- May not fit smaller faces
- Nosepiece and ear stems aren't adjustable
- Phantom lens not available with all colorways


Our full review of the Bollé SHIFTER sunglasses is here!


Inspired from the famous Bollé Chronoshield model, the
SHIFTER is packed with simple yet progressive features to enjoy the
ride. Curved temples, vented lens & Phantom lenses, have made
SHIFTER the natural choice of team AG2R La Mondiale.
The latest addition to Bollé’s Performance eyewear range, SHIFTER is a tribute to the great cycling history of Bollé in a retro-futuristic design that meets all the needs of the performance cyclist. The sunglasses are available with Bollé Phantom lens which combines 3 advanced technologies that revolutionizes vision in any environment. Made of NXT® material to deliver greater definition, Phantom lens features a molecular photochromic filter adapting to any light condition and a high contrast filter to enhance colors and boost your vision. Frontal air vents directly integrated in the lens ensure optimal air flow and prevent fog. Hydrophobic treatment (so that water droplets roll off) and oleophobic treatment (to repel dirt) keep the cyclist’s vision clear. The curve of the temples improves comfort and stability by allowing more of the hydrophilic Thermogrip® rubber to be in contact with the skin, while leaving room for different types of helmet strap attachments. Also placed on the nose, Thermogrip® rubber ensures a perfect grip during the most intense action.
Available with prescription lenses.

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