100% Speedcraft glasses review

The 100% Speedcraft glasses have been made famous by Peter Sagan so we put them to the test to see if they're as good as the man makes them look

Cycling Weekly Verdict

They're real head turners, but the 100% Speedcraft are the closest I've coming to finding sunnies that could dethrone Oakley in terms of vision and fit.

Reasons to buy
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    Stick to the face well

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    Great all round vision that extends upwards, too

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Reasons to avoid
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    Lens gets grubby easily and retains oily marks

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    Swapping the lens involves pulling the glasses apart

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Following a meteoric rise in popularity – partly due to bold looks, partly due to a canny partnership with Peter Sagan – I was keen to put the 100% Speedcraft glasses to the test. Wide frames and big lenses put them in direct competition with the Oakley Jawbreaker.

However, whereas the Jawbreaker is a full frame design, the 100% Speedcraft glasses are in fact closer to being half frames and the bottom half of the frame protrudes out slightly from the nose piece to help hold the lens in place. As a result, they're lighter than their large looks would suggest and they don't feel heavy or obtrusive when they're on your face.

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