Tifosi Davos sunglasses review

The Tifosi Davos is the brand’s latest sunglass style. It’s got a wrap-around shape with a full frame and three interchangeable lenses

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Cycling Weekly Verdict

The Tifosi Davos sunglasses provide a nice mid-priced option with a stylish design and quality, wrap-around lenses. You get three interchangeable lens options, although they are a bit fiddly to swap and the frame feels a bit less soft-touch than higher priced sunnies.

Reasons to buy
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    Good optical quality

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    Range of lenses for different conditions

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    Smart looks

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    Good field of view

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    Resistant to misting

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Reasons to avoid
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    Plastic feels a bit harder than some

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    Lens change is a bit fiddly

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The frame of the Tifosi Davos sunnies is made of Grilamid TR-90. This material feels a bit more harder and less soft to the touch than some rival sunnies, although Tifosi say that it has a very high bending strength. It also says that the frame is resistant to chemical and UV damage.

The lenses have good optical clarity. They are wide enough that their edges are not intrusive, particularly at the top, if you’re riding in a low down, aggressive position. There is a small vent at the top of each side of the lens and another two on the bottom. These are effective to reduce misting.

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