Goodr Falkors Fever Dream - The OG Sunglasses

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Product Description

Classic shape with new levels of style and performance. We designed these shades to look good and fit comfortably on your face whether you're haulin' ass down a mountain trail or drinking beers in a Mexican cantina.

The ultimate fever dream of a luck dragon is to fly after slamming a bottle of Blue Curaçao (just go with it). That's why we made the blue on blue sunnies. To shield Falkor's bloodshot eyes from that little cry baby Bastian.


  • No Slip - We use special grip coating to construct our frame to help eliminate slippage when sweating.
  • No Bounce - Our frame is snug and light-weight, with a comfortable fit to prevent bouncing while running.
  • No Leopards - Plus, no one wearing goodr running sunglasses has ever been attacked by a leopard (as far as we know).

Made For:

  • Running

Great For:

  • Biking
  • Beasting

Falkor's Fever Dream Origin Story:



Bastian flops down on his back and sighs, a little pissed that The Neverending Story had hooked him, even though it is just a creepier knock-off of Lord-of-the-Rings-meets-Princess-Bride, and obviously not good at all (unless you were six-years old when TNS came out, or your parents bought it on video for some reason, so you saw it when you were six in 1989. In that case, it was life-changing-ly awesome) Where were we? Oh yeah, this nerdy kid reading this book in an attic was super relieved that Atreyu had escaped the swamp… but…WHAT WAS THAT CREATURE THAT SAVED HIM? Bastian sits back up and starts reading again.

After days and nights of unconsciousness,
Atreyu slowly opened his eyes and found
himself in strange surroundings.
He was clean and his wounds were dressed.


Atreyu wakes up, surrounded by glistening white fur. Realizing his surroundings, we come to see he is asleep in the armpit of a GIANT, WHITE, DOG-LIKE DRAGON. He lifts it’s arm so he can get away. He doesn’t seem very scared at first, which is concerning because he just woke up, alone, sleeping in a dragon-dog’s armpit. We’re not sure whether to blame the director or the actor for this severe lack of understanding of the situation.


The dragon opens one eye and then closes it. This is FALKOR, the luck dragon.

Leaving so soon, hmm?

(To self) Sh*t.
(To Falkor) Ummm…I was trying to …

Sneak away?

Yea….. I mean no. No!

I like children.

For breakfast?

Never! I’m a luck dragon. My name is Falkor.

And my name is…

Atreyu. And you’re on a quest.

How’d you know that?

You were unconscious and you talked in your sleep.


Atreyu’s eyes dart around, anxiously surveying his surroundings for something, anything, to protect himself. As a former barefoot running ultra-marathon champion, he had been used to being able to get out of any situation by simply running away, but heretofore, he had never had to face an adversary that could fly.

Falkor grins in an attempt to comfort Atreyu, who seems nervous. Falkor is socially awkward and totally oblivious to how creepy he is coming off.

Falkor starts straining to reach his ear with his back leg, but his leg is too short.

Could you get round and scratch behind my right ear?
I can never quite reach it.

Falkor closes his eyes and tries to reach the itch. A glint of light catches Atreyu’s eye. Against all odds, there is a MACHETE laying there on the ground which he carefully retrieves and hides behind his back as he tiptoes toward the beast.


Atreyu begins to scratch the spot with his left hand, vigorously.

Oh yea. Huh huh huh, oh. That’s so good. Thank you.

Falkor starts to thump his back leg uncontrollably, Atreyu continues to scratch, then raises the machete up over his head and slices down, cutting off Falkor’s right ear with one deft movement.



Falkor awakes from this nightmare in a cold sweat. He has a COLD PACK on his head, THERMOMETER in his mouth, his eyes are bloodshot, a HUMIDIFIER steams away at the bedside.

He has a fever, and the only prescription is: more COWBELL. Wait…wrong story. Nevermind about the cowbell.

So, Atreyu enters, wearing a VEST OF GLOSSY WHITE FUR and carrying a tray with a BOWL OF STEAMING SOUP.

Falkor slowly turns his head, revealing his missing right ear. Help!


Bastian closes the book disgusted and shaking his head to himself.

That took a turn. I don’t think I’m going to finish this piece of crap.


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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 


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.  


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.  



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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.

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