Review – Koo Demos Cycling Sunglasses

Koo Demos Cycling Sunglasses
There is no question that Koo make some of the best cycling sunglasses on the market today; the sister company to the well-known Italian helmet company Kask has been pioneering cycling eyewear design for the last ten years, and here I look at one of their latest models, the DEMOS...

The Koo Demos are one of the leading models within the Koo line-up; they features a Zeiss Polycarbonate lens for optimum visual clarity, an innovative single-lens frame design for superb panoramic vision, four ventilation ports integrated into the lens to minimise the risk of fogging, and anti-slip MEGOL elastomer temple inserts for grip and comfort in all riding conditions.

I have become a real fan of large lens design sunglasses for cycling – they offer greater protection from UV rays, dust and spray; as well as maximising your field of vision without impairment. The Koo Demos are one of the best designed big lens cycling sunglasses I have used.

The Demos feel like a quality pair of glasses the moment you take them from their box: the arms snap into place with a reassuring click, and the nose piece and temple grips hold the glasses firmly in place. Out on the road and trails, the glasses continue to hold their own; staying secure and protecting your eyes from the bombardment of wind, sun and spray. Visual clarity is excellent.

Without doubt one of the most comfortable and best made pairs of cycling sunglasses I have used to date.

>> Shop the Koo Demos Sunglasses here 

Koo Demos Cycling Sunglasses



Koo Demos Cycling Sunglasses

Koo Demos Cycling Sunglasses

Koo Demos Cycling Sunglasses

Koo Demos Cycling Sunglasses

Koo Demos Cycling Sunglasses

Koo Demos Cycling Sunglasses

Disclaimer: Koo World supplied a set of Demos sunglasses for test and review on lifeinthesaddle.cc


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