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Endura Stella Cycling Sunglasses

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Product Description

Wms Stella Glasses - Women's Bugeye Light Reactive

  • Women's bugeye light reactive glasses with a super lightweight TR90 frame
  • Womens 1 piece light reactive (photochromic) lens that adjust to changing light conditions
  • Light weight TR90 frame
  • Rubber touch pads on temples for improved comfort and grip
  • Adjustable rubber touch nose piece for personalised fit
  • Supplied complete with hardcase and soft wipe microfibre carry pouch
  • 100% UV protection in compliance with EN1836

Fabrics & Technologies
  • Light Reactive

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Endura Size Chart

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Use the Endura size chart to find the best fit for you.

Endura Men's Sizing

Men's Tops

 

X Small

Small

Medium

Large

X Large

XX Large

XXX Large

XXXX Large

Chest (in)

35-37"

37-39"

39-41"

41-43"

43-45"

45-47"

47-49"

49-51"

Chest (cm)

89-94cm

94-99cm

99-104cm

104-109cm

109-114cm

114-119cm

119-124cm

124-129cm

Men's Bottoms

SizeXSSMLXLXXLXXXLXXXXL

Waist (in)

29-31"

31-33"

33-35"

35-37"

37-39"

39-41"

41-43"

43-45"

Waist (cm)

74-79cm

79-84cm

84-89cm

89-94cm

94-99cm

99-104cm

104-109cm

109-114cm

Endura Women's Sizing

Women's Tops

 

XX Small

X Small

Small

Medium

Large

X Large

XX Large

Chest (inches)

30-31"

32-33"

34-35"

36-37"

38-39"

40-41"

42-43"

Chest (cm)

77-80cm

81-86cm

87-90cm

91-95cm

96-100cm

101-105cm

106-110cm

Women's Bottoms

Size

XXS

XS

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Waist (inches)

25-26"

27-28"

29-30"

31-32"

33-34"

35-36"

37-38"

Waist (cm)

64-67cm

68-72cm

73-78cm

79-83cm

84-87cm

88-92cm

93-97cm

Dress Size (UK)

6/8

8/10

10/12

12/14

14/16

16/18

18/20

Endura Helmet Sizing

 

Small/Medium

Medium/Large

Large/X Large

Circumference (in)

20-22"

21.5-23.5"

23-25"

Circumference (cm)

51-56cm

55-59cm

58-63cm

Endura Gloves Sizing

 

X Small

Small

Medium

Large

X Large

XX Large

Gloves (cm)

7cm

8cm

9cm

10cm

11cm

12cm

Endura Footwear Sizing

 

Small

Medium

Large

X Large

XX Large

UK Size

5-6.5

7-8.5

9-10.5

11-12.5

13-14.5

EU Size

37-39.5

40-42

42.5-44.5

45-47

47.5-49.5

US Size

5.5-7

7.5-9

9.5-11

11.5-13

13.5-15

Endura Arm Warmer Sizing

 

S-M

M-L

L-XL

Bicep circumference*

up to 30cm

30-35cm

over 35cm

*Bicep circumference: Measure the full circumference of the bicep 14cm down the arm from the outer edge of the shoulder bone.

Endura Knee Pad Sizing

 

S-M

M-L

L-XL

Thigh circumference*

up to 52cm

52-60cm

over 60cm

Thigh circumference*

up to 57cm

 

over 57cm

*Thigh circumference: Measure the full circumference of the thigh 10cm down from the crotch.

Endura MT500 Overshoes Sizing

 

Small/Medium

Medium/Large

L/XL

UK Size

5 – 6

7 – 8

8.5 – 9.5

EU Size

37 - 39

40 – 41

42 – 43

US Size

5.5 – 6.5

7.5 – 8.5

9 - 10

Read our clothing size guide for more information on sizing.

Please note, all size information is provided as a guide - if you're unsure or need any further assistance you can call us on 01792 799508 ... we're happy to help!

Cycling Glasses Guide

The benefits of cycling glasses 

Cycling glasses protect your eyes from damaging UV rays, harsh glare and flying debris. Wearing cycling glasses doesn't only offer protection, they can also enhance your visual acuity (your ability to spot objects on the road or trail), colour and depth perception.  

How to choose cycling glasses 

Style 

You can spot cycling glasses from standard sunglasses by their frame design. Cycling glasses sit close to the face and have a wrap-around lens profile as well as curved arms. Standard glasses have a flatter profile.  

Wrap-around lenses offer enhanced peripheral vision when cycling, while a thinner, lighter and more streamlined design improves performance when road racing.  

Lens 

Single or double lenses? 

Single lenses offer more coverage but you're often limited to just one lens tint. 

Dual lens glasses are available with interchangeable lenses so you can switch to tinted versions that are suitable for your riding conditions. 

What are interchangeable lenses? 

Many cycling glasses come with a range of lenses in different shades. You can simply swap the lenses for the conditions you're going to be riding.  

Lens tint guide 

Clear – night riding & overcast skies. Great for protection against debris

Yellow – overcast and low light conditions. Offers improved clarity when light is dim  

Brown / amber – variable conditions. They enhance contrast and improve depth perception  

Blue / purple – low light conditions. Look great, reduce glare and enhance colour perception  

Grey – low to bright conditions. A good option for daily use without distorting colours and reduce glare  

Pink / red – variable conditions. Offer improved visual depth and greatest amount of contrast 

What are photochromic lenses? 

Photochromic lenses tint with changes in light intensity. They're a good option for riders who cycle in unpredictable weather or mountain bikers who switch between open and shaded areas. With photochromic lenses you don't need to switch lenses all the time. 

What are polarized lenses? 

Polarized lenses are designed to reduce glare and reflection whilst also offering improved UV protection. By reducing glare you can see objects on the road ahead much easier.  

Which glasses are best for me?  

It's a good idea to choose cycling glasses for the type of riding you're most likely to be doing. 

Recreation / Commuting – Standard glasses 

You don't need aero designed glasses at slow speeds, or wrap-around coverage. A pair of casual looking sunglasses with UV protection are enough and look stylish off the bike too. 

Mountain biking – Cycling Glasses 

Again you'll have a slower average speed than road cycling so you can get away with a casual style but look for those with plenty of grip on the nose bridge and arms. Variable light conditions means a photochromic lens would be a good option.  

Road cycling – Cycling Glasses 

Fast paced road cycling means a close fit with venting are a good choice. Interchangeable lenses that focus on improving contrast will help you navigate debris on the roads.  

 

 

Delivery & Guarantee

UK Delivery Information

We are committed to offering fast and free delivery, whether you're ordering bikes, accessories or clothing. Our standard delivery service is FREE to mainland UK, regardless of the size and on all orders over £20.

Please note that bulky products and bikes shipped to outlying UK regions are excluded from free shipping.

Please note that Pre-Order dates can sometimes change due to updated stock information.

Click here for more UK and international delivery information.

Returns & Warranty

It's easy to return a product with our 365 day, hassle free returns.

We will give you a full refund or exchange on any item that is returned to us unused/unfitted, in a resaleable condition and in its original packaging (where possible).

Please note: For hygiene reasons, we cannot accept returns of facemasks, undershorts or underwear if the item has been removed/unsealed from its original packaging.

If your item develops a fault or arrives damaged, please contact us first so we can resolve the issue for you as quickly as possible.

For more information please visit our Returns & Warranty page.

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