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Ordinary Sunglasses Aren't Good For Cycling: Here's Why - When you're riding a bike, the forward angle of your body causes your eyes to "look up" slightly. The frame and lens design of regular sunglasses, even eyewear designed for other sports, often obstructs your view when you're on a bike. Cycling eyewear provides a higher and wider field of view so that you can easily see farther in front and in your peripheral vision to give you more response time for obstacles and hazards you may encounter. Cycling eyewear also minimizes lens fogging, and some companies offer interchangeable lenses to improve your vision when conditions go from sunny to cloudy to dark.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

Illuminite

(Say: ill - oom - in - nite) - A brand name for a highly reflective fabric used in high-tech cycling clothing.