Sport Sunglasses

Brands

Suncloud
Julbo
Ltd. Optics
Smith
Kaenon
Tifosi
Maui Jim
Bolle
Zeal
Native

User

Unisex
Men's
Women's
Kids'

Price

less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$300 and above

Recent Sport Sunglass Reviews

Ltd. Optics The Chameleon

rated 5 of 5 stars I spend a lot of time outdoors and I have sensitive eyes so wearing sunglasses is a must. I've owned tons of sunglasses over the years and these are among the best! So I bought these sunglasses after a friend of mine let me try hers out. I have sensitive eyes so I am almost always wearing sunglasses when I'm outside. I've owned tons of sunglasses over the years from Oakley, RayBan, Arnette, Spy, Von Zipper, Proof, Cassette, and more. These are among my favorite pairs every owned and for under $50,… Full review

Native Hardtop Ultra

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The native Hardtop Ultra sunglasses have worked really well backpacking, hiking, and paddle boarding. They are lightweight, stay on your head well, and have excellent Polarized lens. The Native Hardtop Ultra model is, as the name suggests, a top-frame-only sunglass style. They come in a crush proof case with an extra set of interchangeable lenses and a handy cleaning cloth. The lenses provided are dark grey and brown, allowing you to change the lens depending on the brightness of the sunlight. The… Full review

Zeal Cascade

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Exceptional clarity through the Polarized lens makes these glasses work well when bombing down a single track or strolling down a trail. If you have an aversion to plastic, then the Zeal plant-based resin frames should make you smile. Great fit and style. These are one of the best pairs of sunglasses I own, and I have quite a few pairs. The frames made from a plant-based resin are injected with a rubberised material in the center of the frame, the nose piece, and the ear buds. Zeal calls this material… Full review

Julbo Aero

rated 5 of 5 stars Julbo Aero photochromic sunglasses are lightweight and provide Super High Reaction to light changes. Excellent fit for hiking, running, or biking. The Julbo Aero sunglass design offers optical protection, a large field of vision, ventilation, and superior hold. Weighing in at a scant 32 grams, the Julbo Aero sunglasses can barely be felt when worn. The Aero sunglasses combine Julbo’s Air Link frame with a variety of lenses types. This open frame design features a soft 3D nose piece, a wrap-around… Full review

Tifosi Tyrant

rated 5 of 5 stars Good glasses for the $. I bought it with "Light Night" lens for evening cycling. It appeared that this lens has an auto dimming function so under the sun it becomes dark and in shade it is transparent. I love it. I use it everywhere and every time during cycling or trekking.  It is very durable. I carry it in my pocket or in backpack and nothing had happened so far. Highly recommend! Full review

Smith Parallel

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Lightweight, interchangeable lenses. I had to replace my Smith Escapades (Lifestyle) because the cold weather snapped them, so I bought the Parallels with ignitor lenses. Just as the other reviewer mentioned, this color lense is great for varying light levels. I am going to try brown, next. I've had these glasses for 4 years and they have been perfect for cycling and running. The looks is a great mid-way between extreme racing and conventional leisure. They come with an optical-quality bag (you… Full review

Native Apex

rated 2 of 5 stars I bought Native Apex sunglasses at a large discount online (around Xmas time 2014). Upon their arrival, my gf said if I ever wore them around her in public she would pretend she didn't know me. After a day or two spent trying to defend the glasses, I have to agree — they are hideous looking; the cut is... just... silly looking. I bought Native Apex sunglasses at a large discount online (around Xmas time 2014). Upon their arrival, my gf said if I ever wore them around her in public she would… Full review

Maui Jim Kapalua

rated 5 of 5 stars I don't think sunglasses can be made any better than this. They are so lightweight, you forget that you're wearing them. Not only do they protect your eyes from all forms of UV, but they're a hardened acrylic that has protected my eyes from bushwhacking twigs, shell casings, and high speed flying pebbles. Fantastic! Choices choices... it seems that getting good performance is always a tradeoff; there's always some downside, right? That said, I really don't think sunglasses can be made any better… Full review

Bolle Slipstream

rated 4 of 5 stars I bought a few Bolle Slipstream sunglasses when I found a deal on e-bay a few years back. Wish I could find them again as they work well for just about any outdoor activity. They have side coverage for alpine pursuits in the snow and on ice and on work well for AT skiing...and that alone is worth the cash paid for them. They accept Croakies retainers and other brand retainers. They look good, work well, are lightweight and provide enough coverage for alpine snow sports and backcountry pursuits. Full review