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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Seeker sunglasses, by Ryders Eyewear, feature high-strength pinned hinges and polycarbonate lenses, are shatterproof, optically correct, scratch resistant and provide 100% UV protection. The nose pads and temple tips on the Seeker are anti-slip, hydrophilic and become more tacky as you sweat. The TR90 frames are durable, flexible and are a large fit. Seeker Photochromic Photochromic lenses darken when bright out. Interchangeable lenses, packaged with brown and clear non-photochromic lenses. Hydrophilic (anti-slip) features. Seeker Interchangeable Interchangeable lenses, packaged with brown and clear non-photochromic lenses. Hydrophilic (anti-slip) features. Seeker Hydrophilic (anti-slip) features.

- Mountains Plus

Tough enough for all of your adventures, the Ryders Seeker Sunglasses provide high-performance features for athletes and sunglass abusers alike. Featuring TR90 frame material, these lightweight sunglasses are impact resistant, durable, and designed for a flexible fit and extreme comfort. Ryder's shatterproof, optically-correct lenses provide 100% UVA, UVB, and UVC protection for the best view of the world. Ryders Seeker Sunglasses are the perfect combination of performance frames and lenses. Anything else would be a letdown.

- Altrec Outdoors

Slide on the close-fitting Ryders Eyewear Seeker Sunglasses and get wicked when the sun glares down. Grippy nose and temple pads keep these full-coverage shades from slipping off your face, and the durable temples give the Seekers a more imposing style. For those who abuse their gear, Ryders used shatterproof and impact- and scratch-resistant polycarbonate for the lenses.

- Backcountry.com

Ryders Seeker


The Seeker has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$26.99 - $39.99

The Ryders Seeker is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 11, 2013 at Mountains Plus.

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