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5 new pairs of 100% glasses for Peter Sagan to choose from

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Peter Sagan could win bike races wearing Harry Potter's spectavles, but 100%'s aesthetic seems more appropriate

Peter Sagan could win bike races wearing Harry Potter's spectavles, but 100%'s aesthetic seems more appropriate (Image credit: 100%)
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The Sportcoupe glasses are a rather more pared-down option for riding

The Sportcoupe glasses are a rather more pared-down option for riding (Image credit: 100%)
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The Blake is also available in Soft Tact Rootbeer (brown)

The Blake is also available in Soft Tact Rootbeer (brown) (Image credit: 100%)
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The Blake is another Active Lifestyle option

The Blake is another Active Lifestyle option (Image credit: 100%)
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100% Daze in Soft Tact Black

100% Daze in Soft Tact Black (Image credit: 100%)
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The Daze will also make good podium glasses

The Daze will also make good podium glasses (Image credit: 100%)
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These Hudsons look spot on for podium posing

These Hudsons look spot on for podium posing (Image credit: 100%)
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100% Hudson in Soft Tact Black

100% Hudson in Soft Tact Black (Image credit: 100%)
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This colourway of 'Soft Tact Transluscent Crystal Sepia' is a bit of a mouthful

This colourway of 'Soft Tact Transluscent Crystal Sepia' is a bit of a mouthful (Image credit: 100%)
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Or how about a more retro-flavoured version

Or how about a more retro-flavoured version (Image credit: 100%)
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The S2 is a full-on '90s throwback, something 100% does rather well

The S2 is a full-on '90s throwback, something 100% does rather well (Image credit: 100%)
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100% Blake in Soft Tact Black

100% Blake in Soft Tact Black (Image credit: 100%)

This article first appeared on BikeRadar

Too-cool-for-school eyewear brand 100% is adding five new pairs of shades to its range for 2018, giving sponsored pros such as Peter Sagan even more ways to look nonchalant while crushing opponents or chilling on top of the podium. 

The Daze, Blake, and Hudson "Active Lifestyle" (i.e. off-the-bike) models will go on sale on 1 March. These will be followed by the the Sportcoupe and S2 riding glasses in May. 

The casual models will retail from $110, and offer a range of colours from the lairy and modern to the slightly more retro. 

Fans of 100%'s in-your-face '90s style shades like the Speedcraft and Speedtrap get another option in the form of the S2, which will retail from $155. 

If you prefer a more restrained (but still sporty) look, the new Sportcoupe offers a slightly more rounded alternative to the existing Speedcoupe and starts at $135.