Adidas Eyewear and Sacha Modolo at Olympic Games 2012

The cyclist's attendance in London with his inseparable eyewear is official

At last, it's official! Sacha Modolo, the top Italian athlete of the Colnago CSF professional cycling team, has been called by Italian national team coach and manager Paolo Bettini to represent Italy at the upcoming Olympic Games in London!


The absolute protagonist of the Tour of Austria currently underway, Sasha Modolo wore the blue jersey last year at the world road championships in Copenhagen and at the "test event" on the Olympic circuit in London, where he came in second behind Mark Cavendish.


Adidas eyewear was enthusiastic about the news and chose the champion as one of its athletes, confirming that once again it has chosen the best! While in London for the Olympics, Sasha will wear the evil eye halfrim pro glasses that are synonymous with performance and innovation in the cycling world.



Designed in Austria by leading eyewear producer Silhouette International, evil eye halfrim pro combines design, technology and functionality for maximum performance in total safety.
The halfrim design and SPX™, the patented strong, flexible material, make this model not only extremely lightweight but also ideal for wearing during long-distance cycling. But it is the numerous technical characteristics that make it the indispensable accessory for anyone who wants the best: tri-fit temple adjustment, two sizes, double-snap nose bridge adjustment and the temple grip system give perfect, unique, personalized fit and stability that is guaranteed even when subjected to considerable stress, while the removable sweat band gives protection from wind and perspiration.


Evil eye halfrim pro is also distinguished for the extreme curvature of the lenses (base 10) that ensures a wide angle of vision, and the special Light Stabilizing Technology™ (LST™) applied to the lenses which, by harmonizing fluctuations in light and shade and increasing contrast, guarantees absolutely clear vision and reduces eye strain, thereby leaving cyclists free to concentrate on the road and technique.
Another new development is the patented quick-change lens system of proven usefulness in changing conditions of visibility. A leading-edge innovation with a slide lock for inserting the desired lens simply, even when wearing gloves.