If you’re thinking about continuing to commute via bike this winter, but are worried about what to do when we have little flurries (because who wants snow in the eyes?!), try out Wide-Eyez.  It’s a protective shield that attaches to your helmet to keep rain, snow, wind, and bugs (and UV rays!) out of your eyes.  It’s larger than sunglasses, to offer more protection, and comes in clear, so you can see in the darker winter nights.

You can get your own set of Wide-Eyes online and at McGuckin Hardware.

The company was founded by Graham Hill in Boulder.  Hill has been active in the cycling community for years, having owned a bike shop in north Boulder.

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