Assos ZEGHO G2 Interceptor Black


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ZEGHO G2 INTERCEPTOR BLACK

At a mere 27.5 grams, G2 is the evolution of cycling’s most advanced eyewear. A joint engineering effort with Carl Zeiss Vision Sunlens, Zegho reshapes the way we see on the bike.

The original Zegho set the foundation for enhancing the visual experience for cyclists—best-in-class lenses with proprietary tunnelView (TV) technology, adaptive composite frames, and precision manufacturing. G2 goes further, featuring a refined shape, new lens tints, and built-in RX solutions, all while delivering the signature visual clarity and comfort that defined the original.

The new G2 V-TORIC lens wears a lower-profile shape than the first gen, while still retaining the signature rimless platform that provides crystal-clear vision and a superlight feel. We worked closely with Zeiss on two new lens models, ensuring versatility in all light conditions. Interceptor Black is our go-to for bright light, while the Dragonfly Copper is better suited to varying and low-light conditions. Combine either with the included Crystal (clear) second lens, and you’re covered for every environment.

The lens locks to the temples with our new triggerClick interface, an intuitive push-to-change mechanism that makes swapping lenses, quick and safe, without putting strain on either component. We dialed in our clickFace elastomer on the temples and fully adjustable nosepiece, giving you a near custom fit, regardless of your head shape. And for those who require corrective lenses, the G2 includes a prescription insert that seamlessly integrates with the eyewear.

Zegho is the combined effort of nine European specialty eyewear makers, each providing a specifically designed component. Every pair is handmade in Italy, requiring 22 manufacturing steps and the physical involvement of 37 people.
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