Davos is a sporty, full coverage shield sunglass with an emphasis on performance. They are designed to perform best with endurance sports like cycling or running. Davos is also made with adjustable nose and ear pads so they fit comfortably against your face regardless of size.
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At Tifosi Optics™ we have built our name through our customer service and standing behind our product 100%. Therefore, we will warranty any sunglass against manufacturer’s defects to the original owner for the life of the product. Tifosi Optics will either replace or repair your glasses at our discretion. For what constitutes a warranty claim, click here.
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Protect your eyewear with the included hardshell case and clean your lenses with the microfiber cleaning bag.
Great pair for the price of $30
The Enliven lens is the perfect tint for MTB in the woods. Just enough tint to lessen bright sunlight when you pop out into a meadow and the highlights you need in the trees so you can dodge the roots and rocks! The fit must be good because I forgot they were on my face after about 10 seconds.
This is a really comfortable sunglass to wear with pressure points even using a full face helmet. The lenses are a little fiddly to change but I suspect I will get better at it with practice. I like the rose tint lens best and find it works well for most conditions I encounter. The lens is well ventilated and I have not experienced any fogging issues.
Great fit for my narrow head, great coverage, perfect for cycling
I don’t get the massive sunglasses trend for cycling. I’ve been riding for 30 years and wear contacts but never felt the need to wear what are essentially google on my face. Other than that the glasses are fine but you get what you pay for I guess.