Rail takes the need for ventilation in cycling glasses and combines it with an oversized rimless design that offers increased coverage. Its frame is lightweight for all-day comfort and the shatterproof lenses ensure long-term use. Rail’s rimless shield frame keeps eyes protected from debris while still offering maximum airflow, whether you’re pedaling the blacktop or trailing under the pines.
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U.S Patent 8613515
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For the money, this might be the most advanced pair of cycling sunglasses I’ve tried.
The Rail is even cheaper than the Rapha yet offers a slew of premium features you'll only find in cycling glasses twice the price.
The lens on the Rail is honestly indistinguishable from more premium brands...The lens is sharp and clear, and there’s no noticeable distortion or weird artifacts...And the coverage is so generous that it’s easy to forget you have these on.
Protect your eyewear with the included hardshell case and clean your lenses with the microfiber cleaning bag.
I’ve owned some old Tifosi, and tried some Oakleys. I lost the lenses to one, and I’ve never been entirely happy with the Oakleys. I bought the Rails since I wanted lenses that adapt to the light, but I also want full peripheral vision.
They’re the best I’ve owned. They’re light, give me peripheral vision and look cool to boot.
Couldn’t be happier.
I used Tifosi's two-lens glasses for a while. Years ago, I tried a cyclops model. It distorted too much and was unsafe. Just a test in my kitchen for 5 seconds made me nauseous with a headache ... and I never get seasick or anything like that. I returned them. Later, I attempted the Sledge Lite and the vision was good luckily. It was the model or Tifosi improved things. I saw that the Rails came out recently and they have even better coverage. Highly recommend. I have the 3 lenses (dark, mid, clear). I run and bike. No frame obstruction obviously.
They are great
Quality equal to high end name brands which cost twice as much, very fine lens material, excellent photo-grey sunblocking
These new rail glasses are sweet!