The Shot is undoubtedly the boldest and most recognizeable 1990s cycling frame. Now that Oakley became an Italian company, we tend to forget that Oakley’s fiercest competitors on the cycling circuit were Italian as well: Rudy Project and Briko, the most underrated sports eyewear company ever. Made famous in the 1990s by the legendary Mario «Cipo» Cipollini, the Briko Shot is an amazing sports frame with a design that perfectly merges style and functionality. The unique nose guard and the interchangeable lens makes it even more special, and the rotational temples were a revolutionary innovation at the time. Cipollini was noted for his sprinting ability, the longevity of his dominance (his first pro win came in 1988, his last in 2005, for 170 professional wins in total) and his colourful personality. He famously wore Briko frames during the season when he was caught smoking and having breakfast during official races.
This full set includes:
- Briko Shot frame made in Italy in classic neon, purple and blue.
- Thrama Strato 4000/10 tinted shield lens with 100% UV protection. Antifog and antiscratch coated.
- Thrama Hi-Fi Strato clear shield lens. Antifog and antiscratch coated.
- Original softcase
- Briko sticker
- Briko Shot neckstrap
- All papers
- Original foam inlay (for display purposes only, slowly decomposing, not usable)
Made in Italy in 1993.
As worn by Mario Cipollini and Eros Poli at the 1993 Tour de France.
Frame and lenses in perfect condition. Including 2 shield lenses, one tinted and one clear lens.
Size Medium to Large
Front width temple to temple: 140mm / 5.5 inches
Temple length: 125mm
1-3 business days
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