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SECTOR GUIDE | CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES Bob Elliot


THE MAGNETO sunglasses provide exceptional comfort for the wearer, and allow for a whole bunch of adjustability, says distributor Bob Elliot. The comfort level is said to be higher


than traditional designs thanks to a cunning sunglass/helmet interface that offers the user improved comfort and superior fit. Recognising that traditional


sunglasses temples cause trouble for some wearers in terms of fit, contact with the helmet’s retention system and added pressure to the side of the head at the contact points, Lazer has eliminated these temple pieces and replaced them with a clever magnetic attachment system. The helmet strap has two rubber pieces on it with a small piece of metal inside. This allows for an attachment with magnets that are embedded in two short tabs that connect to the sunglass lens. The result is a secure fitment of the lens on the face but with the ability for adjustment both up and down and in and out. www.bob-elliot.co.uk


Raleigh


IN JANUARY Raleigh showcased their new range of performance Hi-Vis commuter clothing at their annual dealer show.


Under the RSP brand, the new range


uses advanced technologies and dyes to create the highest level of visibility in a cycle garment. The flagship Viper uses a 2.5 layer fabric, has abrasion resistant shoulders, an iPod pocket with earphone guide and waterproof pockets. This garment will be available


in yellow or black and both sexes are catered for. With impressive reviews in the national press, the Avenir sunglasses are gradually building a strong reputation for design. The new models Smoke and Delta are both sub £20 at retail and offer four lenses, one of which is polarised. Rubber nose pieces and soft protective pouch come supplied with each product. 01773 532600


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