Articles Posted in the " UV " Category

  • Live Eyewear Cocoons | Motorcycle Eyewear

    Live Eyewear Cocoons | Motorcycle Eyewear

    Eyeglasses Protection

    Live Eyewear provides impressive ultraviolet (UV) protection with Cocoons, a premium line of polarized OveRx (over prescription) sunglasses. Harsh glare and distorted vision caused by the sun’s harmful rays can now be eliminated with the lightweight, comfortable, and surprisingly affordable sunglasses, designed to fit securely over most styles of prescription eyewear. Cocoons feature amber, gray, copper, and yellow Polaré polarized lenses that improve vision, eliminate glare, reduce eyestrain and provide UV400 protection.

  • Scorpion EXO-1000 | Motorcycle Helmet

    Scorpion EXO-1000 | Motorcycle Helmet

    Features and Form

    Looking for a stylish, safe and reasonably priced lid? Well, we came across the new Scorpion EXO-1000 motorcycle helmet. Aerodynamically styled, the motorcycle helmet is not only lightweight but also advanced in many ways. With its fibreglass and Kevlar composite shell it has a number of interesting features that I was enthusiastic to experience.

  • Road Tech zūmo GPS Navigator | Garmin for Harley

    Road Tech zūmo GPS Navigator | Garmin for Harley

    Compatible with Harley-Davidson Ride Planner

    Developed by Garmin for Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories, the new Road Tech zūmo GPS Navigator ($800) features a rugged design and motorcycle-friendly features. For ease of use from the saddle, the Road Tech zūmo has a glove-friendly touchscreen with left-handed controls and a bright, UV-resistant display that’s easy to read in sunlight. Its rugged, waterproof design withstands vibration. A dashboard display includes trip information and a fuel gauge.

  • Davida WRS 74 Goggle now with photochromatic lens‏

    Davida WRS 74 Goggle now with photochromatic lens‏

    The Davida 74 WRS Goggle benefits from new breakthroughs in lens technology and can now be fitted with Photochromatic Lenses.

    The benefits of photochromatic or react-to-light lenses become most apparent when riding. As clear as normal, untreated lens in un-exposed situations, they will quickly and substantially darken in response to an increasing level UV radiation levels. The lenses reacts in proportion to the levels of UV radiation, so as it becomes increasing cloudy or you ride through a wooded avenue they become increasing clear.