The 5 Best Cycling Sunglasses

Cycling outdoors is one of the greatest activities for enjoying beautiful weather, and there’s nothing like being able to take your bike around your city and explore new trails and courses. However, with outdoor cycling can sometimes come the irritation of the sun staring directly into your eyes, making it difficult to see and fully enjoy the ride and being outdoors.  

Cycling sunglasses are a great investment piece if you find most of your training being conducted outdoors and are getting annoyed with the glaring sun. Here are five of our top choices for cycling sunglasses to help shield your eyes during your next ride:

1.) Oakley Flight Jacket Prizm Road

These sunglasses provide UV protection, have an adjustable nose piece, and have a browless design. The Prizm lenses are expertly crafted to enhance the contrast of colors and help the rider see more clearly when he or she is quickly trekking down a trail. These glasses have been designed to fit helmets with ease, so there’s no concern that there will be overlap between the helmet and sunglasses. 

2.) Sunwise Equinox Sunglasses

These sunglasses will provide the most “bang for your buck” and are great for amateur cyclists who aren’t looking to break the bank on a pair of sunglasses. These sunglasses offer UV protection and a wraparound design that fits comfortably to the cyclist’s head. These glasses come with four different lenses to switch out depending on the sun’s brightness for that given ride.

3.) Tifosi Alliant

The Tifosi Alliant sunglasses have glare guard technology and fully adjustable ear and nose pieces to ensure the best fit for each individual cyclist. They contain full UV protection and come with three sets of lenses to change based on the sun’s brightness. In addition to these other features, the Tifosi Alliant sunglasses are made of hydrophilic rubber which helps to increase the grip of the sunglasses as the surface gets wetter, ensuring that, regardless of the amount of sweat or water that comes into contact with the sunglasses, they will stay in place.

4.) POC DO Blade

The Poc Do Blade sunglasses are a great middle of the road option for cyclists, and the lenses help to enhance the contrast of the road surface for the cyclist. With a wide lens, cyclists can be sure that they will be able to see the entire road ahead with them and have minimal blind spots due to the sunglasses. There is also a protective layer on the clarity lenses to help keep the glasses clean and prevent fogging during the ride.

5.) Julbo Rush REACTIV Performance Photochromic Sunglasses

Julbo’s performance photochromic sunglasses have protective frames and integrated ventilation to combat fogging and prevent too much airflow to the eye area, ensuring clean and clear lenses regardless of weather conditions. The wide lenses provide optimal coverage for the cyclist, and the REACTIV technology helps to automatically tint the lens based on the sun’s brightness. 

Regardless of your choice, cycling sunglasses can help to protect your eyes from harmful UV radiation and debris from the trails, while helping to keep the sun out of your eyes. Cycling sunglasses are a great investment piece for cyclists of all levels to enhance your enjoyment of the sport.

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