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100% shines with Limited Edition Peter Sagan collection for the Tour de France

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It’s not like Peter Sagan needs any help standing out in the peloton, but now there’s another flashy reason to take notice. Coinciding with the start of the Tour de France, 100% launched a limited edition Peter Sagan collection with style befitting the World Champion.

100% shines with Limited Edition Peter Sagan collection for the Tour de France 100% shines with Limited Edition Peter Sagan collection for the Tour de France

Starting with the current S2, Speedcraft, and Speedtrap models, the Peter Sagan Collection gets a custom iridescent finish which is said to be unique to every pair. The finish is made to match the red/gold mirror of the HiPERLENS, and every pair is adorned with a simple Peter Sagan logo on top.

100% shines with Limited Edition Peter Sagan collection for the Tour de France 100% shines with Limited Edition Peter Sagan collection for the Tour de France 100% shines with Limited Edition Peter Sagan collection for the Tour de France 100% shines with Limited Edition Peter Sagan collection for the Tour de France

Shipped in custom packaging with a special red hard case and soft bag, a clear lens and replacement nose pads are included as well. Pricing is set at $220 for the Speedcraft and S2, and $230 for the Speedtrap shown above.

100% shines with Limited Edition Peter Sagan collection for the Tour de France 100% shines with Limited Edition Peter Sagan collection for the Tour de France 100% shines with Limited Edition Peter Sagan collection for the Tour de France

Of course, once Peter landed in the Green Jersey, that was cause for yet another, even more limited edition. These Green Jersey Special Edition Speedtraps sadly will not be for sale.

Finally, it looks like there’s yet another 100% x Sagan design in the works. Called the Glendale, this clean pair of shades looks to blend the signature 100% full coverage lens with Sagan inspired style with more muted colors. We like.

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Eric 505
Eric 505
4 years ago

Hmmm. That’s an awfully steep price to wear them ironically…

CG
CG
4 years ago

Those Glendales are pretty nice – super clean and simple. Look like perfect winter shades for me. I think Oakley barely won the battle of “Wraparound with a center bump” with their flight jackets, but 100% is going to really give them competition with this level presentation and price. Are both brands owned by Luxotica (sp?)?

JNH
JNH
4 years ago
Reply to  CG

They are not on the list of Luxottica’s own brands or ‘commerical partners’, of course that doesn’t Lux doesn’t own them indirectly, they’ve been trying to downplay their stranglehold on consumer optics lately. The Glendales do look nice, in fact they look just like Oakle’s Wind Jacket 2, which is also a very comfy set of shades, if too huge to use for casual wear.

Kevin Brewster
4 years ago

Not polarized or photochromatic, seems steep

riley martin
riley martin
4 years ago

I just cant get into the new optics going around…..Ugly as F-ck

Jason
Jason
4 years ago

Expensive and ugly…of course, they’ll be popular.

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