We have partnered with seven-time Tour de France points champion Peter Sagan to raffle off two pairs of ultra-limited 24K Speedtrap sunglasses to benefit Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF). Designed in collaboration with the most exciting man on earth on two wheels, each pair features a brilliant 24-karat gold coated performance lens. Only 50 of these unique sunglasses (valued at $500) have been produced, and each is individually numbered.
“Working with Peter is always exciting for our design team,” said 100% CEO Ludo Boinnard. “He wanted to create something special for this ultra-limited piece, and he wanted something that pops. They’re a reflection of his personality, and we’re thrilled they can help support CAF’s mission, which both 100% and Peter are so passionate about.”
Sagan wore the 24K Speedtrap glasses on the podium following his first career stage win at the Giro d’Italia today, soloing away to win one of the most grueling stages of this year’s race. He now has stage victories at all three Grand Tours and 17 total Grand Tour stage wins.
“It’s great to collaborate with 100% again, especially to create something to benefit an organization that’s close to my heart,” Sagan said. “Gold is the color reserved only for those who give 100%. It’s the color of champions. I lovethese sunglasses.”
The cylindrical shield of the Speedcraft offers 360-degree visibility and protection in the most extreme racing conditions, and are Sagan’s eyewear of choice in the Grand Tours. Like all 100% eyewear, they’re designed in California and made in Italy, using Ultra HD lenses manufactured in France from shatter and impact resistant polycarbonate.
Tickets for the raffle will cost just $5, with all proceeds going to directly to CAF. The grand prize drawing is set for November 3, 2020. Purchase tickets or find more information HERE
"Having partners like 100% and Peter team up to support the amazing athletes of CAF is a dream come true for us,” says CAF Co-Founder Bob Babbitt. “Peter was at CAF headquarters last year and spent time hanging out and riding with a number of our athletes. He was able to see firsthand how paralyzed and amputee cyclists attack their sport and live their lives 100% to the fullest—just like him!”