Kellys Announces New Dice and Respect Sunglasses

May 11, 2021
by KellysBicycles  

Press Release: Kellys

KLS Dice II

KLS performance glasses got updated with interchangeable bottom pieces that allow you to easily switch between the full-frame or half-frame option. Made of Swiss Grilamid TR90, the all-new Dice is lightweight and robust. Wide-angle lenses with hi-end Revo optics and modern coating ensure top visibility, while adjustable nose pieces and rubber-coated temple tips provide comfort and secure fit.

Feel free to choose between full-frame or half-frame option, your new Dice can be both!


Made of lightweight and durable Grilamid TR90.
Rubber-coated temple tips and interchangeable nose pads provide perfect grip control.

Thanks to interchangeable bottom pieces, you can easily switch to half-frame option within seconds!
KLS Dice II

• Full-frame or half-frame option (interchangeable bottom pieces)
• Anti-fog, anti-scratch and water-repellent coating
• 100% UVA, UVB and UVC protection
• Interchangeable wide-angle lenses
• Rubber-coated temple tips for secure fit
• Protecting hard case + extra clear lens included
• Color: Grey/Orange, White/Red, Khaki, Black
• MSRP: 99€
• More info: KLS sunglasses


RESPECT II


Respect II is the latest version of iconic lifestyle glasses from KLS. Made of lightweight and durable swiss-made Grilamid TR90 provides durability and comfort so desired in sports and everyday use. On top of that, Respect II hi-quality optics with Revo filter protects your sight while keeping crystal-clear visibility.



KLS RESPECT II

• Lightweight and durable Grilamid TR90 frame
• Anti-fog, anti-scratch and water-repellent coating
• 100% UVA, UVB and UVC protection
• Rubber-coated temple tips for secure fit
• Unique stylish design
• Perfect for everyday use
• Color: Black, Blue, Wine
• MSRP: 64,90€
• More info: KLS sunglasses

Available online or in the best bicycle stores.



41 Comments

  • 28 1
 Does anyone else want glasses that don't make you look like you've been crushing Natty Ice all day?
  • 3 2
 No way
  • 2 1
 Natty all DAY!!! Shred like a man
  • 3 0
 Pit Vipers for Natty crushing
  • 13 1
 our glasses hide that you've been crushing Natty Ice all day
  • 2 0
 @Pit-Viper: Holy shit man your website is funky! I dig it. Ive been needing some pits for a while. Digging the Venom
  • 12 0
 These don’t matter to me one way or another, I ride with prescription. But “dice” and “respect” are just icky names for sunglasses.
  • 10 0
 Comments section is pretty harsh today! Lack of parts getting everyone down?
  • 4 0
 Yes.
  • 5 0
 I’m actually digging the Grey orange pair… but I do tend to try to look ridiculous to distract from my horrible riding and line choices….
  • 5 0
 those are some expensive cheap sunglasses. My day is now complete because I saw this astonishing article. fin
  • 3 4
 I think they're 100% percent worth the price.
When you know what i mean, so how much effort do you give about those KLs glasses?
  • 6 0
 No Dice getting Respect wearing those shades...
  • 7 1
 Macho Man Savage approved
  • 4 1
 I have a question. Why are all the sunglasses so expensive? I have been riding in ten-dollar safety glasses from Amazon for the past three years and I want to upgrade but my wallet doesn't agree with me.
  • 3 1
 Photochrom lenses are pretty clutch if you ride in a variety of light conditions.

Otherwise it’s just for looks like anything mate
  • 2 0
 They give you more comfort, lighter, more breathable, more durable, to adapt to almost any cycling condition. If you are new to cycling, it is best to buy a cheaper one to save money reasonably
  • 2 0
 See my post above. There is no inherent reason why sunglasses are expensive. They are very very cheap to manufacture. Want photochromatic lenses? Rock Bros - $23 on Amazon.
  • 1 0
 @KJP1230: lens quality can’t be the same, but I have no idea. Have only ever had overpriced glasses
  • 1 0
 @nvranka: @KJP1230 I have the same, they do the job. BUT they are a tiny bit blurry, perhaps the lenses aren't as good or the quality isn't as consistent. My reference would my my 'hiking/mountaineering' Julbos, which weren't as scratchproof as I wanted them to be but there's little to no distortion.

Either way I'm fine with the cheapos for MTB, but them again if I ever get a sponsor it'll be AmazonBasics, so you know...to each their own.
  • 2 0
 Why aren't there more biking glasses available with snap in prescription inserts? I want cool glasses too, but I can't see without RX lenses and I don't want to pay Oakley prices ($400-$500 per pair). What gives. No love for the RX world.
  • 1 0
 I think Madison glasses have snap inserts and are about £25 for the glasses themselves.
Failing that, look at Revision, ESS.
You can get them surplus pretty easily.
  • 1 0
 @thatguy404: Madison? You mean these guys madisoneyewear.com , I'm not seeing anything relevant. As for Revision, kind of, but not nearly as fashionable as Oakley, Ritchey Project, Native, etc. I want cool colorful RX for under $300. For what it's worth, though, RX safety glasses have crossed my mind for mountain biking.
  • 1 0
 @SuperHighBeam:
The model is called madison enigma.
They sell then with single lense or 3 lense kits. Their website is trash, but got mine through freewheel.co.uk

Not sure who your importer would be.
  • 2 0
 @thatguy404: Hm. Not bad. Perhaps a little cheaper quality than I'd prefer but can't deny the price is attractive.
  • 3 0
 Like the design. Hate the company logo design. I would like to try one of those if they don't have signed this giant logo on sunglass frame.
  • 1 0
 What I just cannot get comfortable with is how eyewear that is $1-4 in manufactured, landed cost (I'm also looking at you Oakley, Smith, etc.) can go for $75-250. These are not eyewear companies, they are marketing companies. They charge enormous sums for cheap-to-make, commodity items, and use much of that margin to advertise to us to convince us to pay $75-250 for the glasses in the first place.

Rock Bros Photochromatic Sunglasses - $23 on Amazon. They look reasonably cool, they're durable and the lenses change from tinted to clear depending on sun exposure. Cheap enough to toss around and put away dirty.
  • 5 2
 And people are worried that its tight pants in DH racing that will negatively affect the image of the sport....
  • 1 0
 Oh yeah , those dark mirror lenses are sure going to work really well for mountain biking ...in the forest...where its dark and shady
  • 1 0
 I want the off-white/red Dice for road riding so I tried to look them up, but it seems Kelly's doesn't sell in the USA. That's unfortunate.
  • 3 0
 Nice bliz fusion copy
  • 2 0
 You will respect mah sunglasses!
  • 1 0
 a lifestyle? what the actual f*ck? do people actually think this way or is it made up by advertising? chicken or the egg?
  • 1 0
 Can KLS RESPECT II look as wide as KLS Dice II? Or they are only suitable for travel
  • 1 0
 "Every bike has a mission." I wonder what my bikes mission is? Drain the bank account while I try to find parts for it?
  • 2 1
 Ronnie Mac approves of these sunglasses.
  • 1 0
 Being nit picky - the links are broken.
  • 1 0
 The site doesn't work anyway.
  • 1 0
 As Jane Fonda said, "I don't have a lifestyle, I have a life".





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