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Tifosi Veloce Photochromic Sunglasses Review

Tifosi Veloce Photochromic Glasses

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  • Lens: Light Night Fototec photochromic lens 75-25% LTV, Shatterproof lenses
  • Weight: 28 grams
  • Frame Type: Half frame
  • Adjustment: Adjustable nose pieces and ears
  • Recommended Use: All types
  • Rating: 4.5/5


  • Fully adjustable and light for a great fit and comfortable to wear
  • Hydrophillic nose pieces and arms
  • Prescription lenses available
  • Vent lenses to prevent fogging


  • None
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Tifosi makes amazing cycling glasses for a great deal, and these are another example of it. These clear glasses for cycling are actually photochromic so they are good for anytime.

If you’ve ever been out riding in the early morning hours with the birds just starting to chirp, then you’ll know that many clear cycling glasses work great, but as the sun becomes brighter, then at some point you need to switch out to regular sunglasses.

Well, not in this case!

These Tifosi Veloce sunglasses are photochromic, so they will be clear when there is low lighting, but as it gets brighter they get more tinted, without you having to do anything. So they work really well on those rides at dusk or even at dawn. Heck, they work during the day and night just as well!

The Veloce have adjustable nosepads and temple tips that are made of hydrophilic rubber. Hydrophilic rubber will actually grip even more to stay in place the wetter it gets, so no matter how much you sweat, they’ll stay in place.

Tifosi Veloce Photochromic Glasses Arm Closeu

The lenses also have vents cut in them so that the air flows through while you are moving and will help with not fogging up, which is really important anytime, but even more so when there is low lighting.

Tifosi Veloce Photochromic Glasses Rear View

The Tifosi glasses weigh in at only 28 grams so they are lighter than most sunglasses and many times you hardly notice you have them on.

Beyond that, they are also rather stylish and look pretty cool while protecting your eyes against dust, debris, wind, and more.

If you need a set of clear cycling glasses for dusk, dawn, or night riding, these are your glasses!


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Tony K is a technical editor at He has a focus on downhill bike riding but still loves xc bikes too.

With more than ten years of mountain biking experience and more than 5 years testing mountain bikes, Tony has ridden and tested hundreds of different bikes and products, everything from XC to enduro bikes. Tony regularly competes in mountain bike races while seeing how long those compontents can hold up which gives me a lot of insight.

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