Both hailing from the Bernese region of Switzerland, the renown cycling shoe brand, Suplest, has partnered with the eyewear start-up, ILEVE DISTRICT, on a new pair of cycling glasses called the N°3, which feature 3D-printed manufacturing and a patented click-in hinge design that’s entirely Swiss made.
The N°3 is based on ILEVE DISTRICT’S patented screw-less design, ensuring a solid interface between the temples and the front of the glasses, while the nose pad is completely integrated into the frame as well, eliminating the need for nose pads made of short-lived silicone.
Additionally, thanks to their modular design, the glasses weigh in at scant 28 grams, making them among the lightest in their category, while spare parts can be easily replaced and the material itself can be recycled professionally.
Limited to just 99 pieces, the N°3 comes fitted with a grey, category 3 lens that’s treated to a water and dirt repellent coating, while offering 100% UV protection as well.
The N°3 is available exclusively online at Suplest and ILEVE DISTRICT’s webshops for € 287.00, which comes complete with a soft bag and case that are also Swiss made.
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