Just in time for the Tour de France, 100% has released a new limited edition Peter Sagan collection of shades. The LE Sagan series includes the S2, S3, Speedtrap, and Speedcraft models, each in a light blue color and marked with Sagan’s logo. Each bundle comes with everything you need for race day to set yourself apart from the crowd.

Overview of the new Peter Sagan collection

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Each Sagan bundle includes a hard case, microfiber pouch, clear and blue interchangeable lenses, and an alternative fit nose pad. The French made Ultra HD lens offers 100% UV400 protection, shatter and impact resistance, and a scratch resistant coating. The lenses also have hydrophobic and oleophobic coatings to repel water and oil (fingerprint smudging).

S2 – Stay subtle and fast

100% Sagan Limited Edition 2019 S2

The S2 has a full-frame 5 base design with ultra-grip nose and ear pads. Setting the S2 apart is the flat brow frame and lower vents between the frame and lens. The $220 glasses also come in a HiPER lens option for added contrast and color detail.

S3 – Gear up for the sprint

100% Sagan Limited Edition S3

The S3 gets a half frame design with slightly more lense wrap than the S2. It shares the same flat top brow as the S2 and the large lower vents as the Speedcraft. HiPER and photochromatic lenses are also available. Overall, the $220 S3 maintains a clean look that isn’t trying to stand out TOO much. Peter wore these during the first stage of this year’s tour.

Speedtrap – Ready to pop some wheelies

100% Sagan Limited Edition Speedtrap

The Speedtrap has a beefy full-frame design with large vents above and below the lens. Its ear hooks are 3-way adjustable to provide a custom, comfortable, and secure fit. The $220 shades have nose and ear pads made of a thermoplastic elastomer for added comfort. The Speedtrap do not come with alternative fit nose pads.

Speedcraft – Stay sharp

100% Peter Sagan Limited Edition Speedcraft

The Speedcraft has the same aggressive brow frame as the Speedtrap but with a half frame body. Air vents on the arms help control moisture, and grippy nose pads and ear tips prevent slippage. The $220 Speedcraft has a 5 base cylindrical lens design for added coverage and a shatterproof frame.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Trouble with these is they only look any good when worn by Peter Sagan doing a million kph towards the finish line of a Grand Tour stage. For everyone else it’s a good way to spend a lot of money reminding yourself and everyone that you’re very definitely not Peter Sagan.

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