Ryders - AirSupply
A minimalist, lightweight model, the Air Supply is meant to go unnoticed when in use. It features a double-spherical shield lens to combat the distortion that can be produced by other shield lenses. Adjustable temples and nose pads allow you to customize the fit, and the rimless design reduces visual obstructions.
Ryders - Chops
The squared off lenses and wide temples of the Chops aren’t just for style—they help to block peripheral light. Don’t be deceived by its size; despite its chunkiness, the Chops only weighs in at 30g.
Ryders - Defcon
It’s important to remember where you came from. The Defcon has been in our line since it was still cool to spell things with Y’s in place of I’s. We’ve kept it around for its classic look and function.
Ryders - Hellcat
The Hellcat differs from the typical rounded shape found in the majority of the aviators out there. The squared shape of the Hellcat is distinct and fits a wide range of face shapes. As with all of our metal frames, the Hellcat features adjustable nose pads and extra-durable spring hinges.
Ryders - Hillroy
Similar to a baroque symphony featuring a celebrity DJ, the Hillroy is a classic design with modern upgrades. Despite its casual appearance the Hillroy comes equipped with anti-slip nose pads and shatterproof lenses, so you can still wear them on the bike.
Ryders - Howler
The Howler is a classic sport wrap with performance upgrades. The wide temples block peripheral light, the lenses wrap perfectly for an optimal field of vision, and the hydrophilic components improve stability, keeping the glasses in place when things get hairy.
Ryders - Invert
Semi-rim glasses typically have a frame that runs along the top of the lens. We took that concept and turned it on its head, creating the patent-pending Invert—a frame that allows more airflow and clear lines of sight. Designed for large faces, it also features hydrophilic, adjustable nose pads to improve long-term comfort and stability.
Ryders - Khyber
Worlds colliding isn’t always a bad thing. In the case of the Khyber, it’s a welcome collision. The full-rim design makes the Khyber perfect for casual scenarios, but the addition of adjustable nose pads allows you to custom fit the frame for more demanding situations. It’s a true sport/casual crossover, looking and feeling right at home in all scenarios.
Ryders - Loops
The Loops looks good. Really, really good. It’s great for biking too, which might surprise some given its casual appearance. Big lenses for light and wind protection, a wide frame to allow for fog-fighting airflow, and hydrophilic nose pads to keep them in place all make the Loops a perfect all-around performer.
Ryders - Nelson
Inspired by a RYDERS classic, the Nelson is a taller and higher-tech version of the ever-popular Hillroy. Despite its handsome looks, it’s not all about style. Thanks to its big lenses along with its hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips, when it comes to performance it can stand toe-to-toe with much sportier-looking eyewear.
Ryders - Nimby
The Nimby features a lightweight, rimless design with a shield lens for an unobstructed field of vision. Designed to meet the demands of cyclists, the angle of the lenses and the resulting airflow can be customized by adjusting the nose pads.
Ryders - Pint
473 milliliters of optic refreshment, perfectly poured to quench your eyeballs’ thirst for comfortable, fashionable UV protection. The Pint offers big coverage without adding a bunch of unnecessary weight to your face.
Ryders - Seventh
The most stylish, sport semi-rim out there, the Seventh has a flat top to give it a more casual appearance than its more aggressive-looking peers. And it does this without sacrificing the performance benefits that make semi rims so popular for athletic endeavours. In fact, the Seventh performs better than many frames out there because of its fully-adjustable, hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips that allow you to custom fit the frame to suit your face, your helmet and the desired amount of airflow behind the lens.