6 top sports sunglasses
It’s important to protect your eyes from the sun, cold, dirt and wet when taking part in all kinds of sports activities. Here I list six great pairs of eyewear to suit a range of sports.
Nike Skylon Ace sunglasses: The semi rimless style manages to look cool as well as offering good practical details for runners such as a lightweight wraparound design.
Oakley Radar EV Pitch glasses: Again, cyclists will look for a wraparound design to keep out the wind and rain, as well as a lightweight style so they are easier to wear. The Oakley Pitch frame offers a range of lens colours but I like the Iridium lens coating, which balances light transmission and reduce glares.
Bolle Bolt Polarized sunglasses: Tennis frames may well take a bit of rough and tumble so you need them to be robust, as well as light. The Bolle frames are designed to be “exceedingly strong”, yet lightweight and flexible. The B-Clear lenses have photochromic technology so they can be worn in different weather conditions and they boast dual-side coating that offers sweat and oil-free performance.
Oakley Flight Deck goggles: Larger sized ski goggles are totally on-trend and these Oakleys look the part. They are also up on the latest modern features such as Prizm lenses, which work well in both sunny and cloudy conditions. This reduces the need to switch lenses as lighting conditions change.
Oakley Flak Jacket sunglasses: Golfers can’t afford to have the light affect their play so these sunglasses aid sight in extremely bright light. Thanks to an Iridium coating, these sunglasses have a maximised glare reduction.
Costa Del mar Fantail Polarized glasses: Anglers want to see what’s in the water so a polarised lens is vital. These sunglasses also offer good eye cover and have a stylish design.