In addition to last year';s review of the KOO Open cycling sunglasses, we are currently field testing the new KOO Open Cubes along with KASK's latest Valegro helmet.
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Testing Koo Open Cycling Sunglasses In The French Alps + Sneak Peek At New Koo Open Cube And Kask Valegro

During August 2017 Bicycling Australia enjoyed the pleasure of field testing Koo Open cycling sunglasses in the ultimate location – the French Alps. The combination of Koo eyewear and a Kask Protone helmet simply can’t be beaten.

In this video we take a look at the crystal clear lenses of the innovative sunglasses, and discuss how they seamlessly and securely garage into the Protone’s cooling vents.

https://youtu.be/IRnRr_ZBDpI

Bicycling Australia are currently field testing the latest release from KOO and parent company KASK, a pair of OPEN CUBE cycling sunglasses along with the premium helmet manufacturer’s latest offering, the ultra lightweight Valegro helmet,

The innovative new model sunglasses offer the same crystal clear top quality Zeiss lenses as well as being are sleek, sporty and totally on trend. The Koo Open Cube’s feature easily removable, interchangeable lenses along with a variety of new colors. There’s also added ventilation to ensure your vision remains crystal clear whatever the weather or conditions.

In addition to last year';s review of the KOO Open cycling sunglasses, we are currently field testing the new KOO Open Cubes along with KASK's latest Valegro helmet.
In addition to last year’s review of the KOO Open cycling sunglasses, we are currently field testing the new KOO Open Cubes along with KASK’s latest Valegro helmet.

Koo Open Cube Key Features

•Constructed of polycarbonate with each component 100% made in Italy

•They weigh just 30grams and come in either small or medium with Asian fit available

•Easily interchangeable lenses are manufactured by the renowned German lens maker Zeiss

•Lenses are available in three new colors – infrared (suitable for road), ultra white and red mirror (suitable for mountain biking)

•KOO Open Cube increase the versatility of the range as they can now be enjoyed by Mountain bikers – whatever their discipline

•Ventilation is excellent with added channels in the lens to maximise airflow keeping the rider cool and the vision perfect

•Micrometrical arms adjustment –  the flexible temples improves the fitting without interfering with comfort

•Innovative folding pivot to store and fold with ease, and a soft rubber nose-pad with two adjustable positions for a customized fit, a smaller nose bridge will also come as standard in the packaging

Koo Open Cube sunglasses are available in 12 different colours and have an RRP of $299.

 

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