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There is only week left in Le Tour, but new goods are still flooding our doorstep. From the Peloton Paddock this week is a Tour de France inspired watch from the official timekeepers of the race, Tissot, a teaser video from Sidi displaying a new closure system and a limited edition Rio inspired Olympic collection from Oakley.
Just in time for the 2016 Rio Olympics, Oakley launched a special edition Green Fade eyewear collection last Friday. This collection combines today’s technology (Prizm lenses) with a style and color throwback to the 1980s – all lenses are fine tuned for different sport environments. Available in aggressive racing frames such as the Jawbreaker as well as the casual classic Frogskins, look for Olympians across a multitude of disciplines to be sporting these shades as they pursue gold medal dreams come August.
$180-230 depending on frame: oakley.com
From the Italian company founded in 1960, Sidi brings us the new Double Tecno-3 Push closure system. Double dials sit perched in the center of Sidi’s new shoe directly in the middle of the tongue. With this easy, simple to reach and adjust closure system the perfect fit based on the swelling of feet or other variables is efficiently achieved with the twist of your fingers. Sidi teases us with this new system in the SHOT Video #2 below.
Swiss made watches since 1853, Tissot is the official timekeeper of the 2016 Tour de France. The PRC 200 Tour de France special edition timepiece. With a bold, yet clean yellow GT stripe running down the middle of the black Nato wristband this watch from Tissot is elegant, yet undoubtedly Le Tour style. Yellow chronograph hands are an added plus. The glass material is a sapphire crystal while the case is made of stainless steel. Weighing only 82 grams, this sleek watch is perfect for any cycling enthusiasts without weighing down the wrist.