Team Lampre-Merida had the new Merida Ssssss-Flex seatpost in use The 2016 Santos Tour Down Under is done and dusted and the cogs of the WorldTour are now truly turning. In between specific feature stories and in-depth pro bikes, there were a few things that grabbed our attention while in Adelaide, Australia. From Kask’s all-new sunglasses to Adam Hansen’s saddle woes, read on. Kask sunglasses
Brenton Jones of Drapac models the new Italian eyewear Italian cycling helmet specialists are soon to join the eyewear game. While not the first helmet brand to expand into eyewear, Kask’s new yet-to-be-named sunglasses do look interesting.
Seen on the faces of the Drapac Pro Cycling team, the new sunglasses offer a wide wrap-around shape that appears to offer great peripheral vision.
We were quickly shown the function of these glasses, where the arms actually pivot in a 180-degree circle to fold. With such a unique action, the arms also feature multiple height positions and the nose bridge is adjustable too. Of course the new eyewear stores within the brand’s helmets Many Kask helmet owners have previously complained of the retention system commonly fouling on the arms of longer eyewear. Not surprisingly, Kask’s new eyewear […]