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Adidas Evil Eye Evo L sunglasses review

This article originally appeared on BikeRadarRelated ArticlesTo say that Adidas is a huge company is an understatement. The German company is the second largest sportswear manufacturer in the world, just behind Nike. Why is that important to cycling eyewear? It allows research and innovation from other sport markets and gives Adidas the capital to make some very impressive products, like the Evil Eye Evo sunglasses.Highs: Huge field of view; terrain-enhancing optics; loads of colors; stay-put...

Hands on: Nikon D850 review

The Nikon D850 is finally here! After months of speculation, and Nikon itself teasing us last month that the camera actually existed and was in development, the D850 has been officially announced – and boy, has it been worth the wait.Replacing the brilliant 36.3MP D810, the D850 certainly has big shoes to fill, but with a specification as impressive as this we're sure there's plenty here to get photographers excited. We were lucky enough to get some hands-on time with the camera, which...

Review: Smith Attack Max sunglasses

I’ve sung the praise of the Smith Attack and Attack Max glasses before, and while reviewing the newest iteration, my praise remains the same: The Attack Max glasses offer everything I want for riding, including light weight (only 32 grams), a comfortable and adjustable nose piece, and a big lens that doesn’t interfere with my helmet while providing ample coverage and excellent contrast. But Smith upped the game with its Mag interchangeable lens system. If you’re a frequent lens-swapper, you...