Sport Sunglasses

Brand

Native Eyewear
Julbo
Tifosi
Ltd. Optics
Suncloud
Smith
Kaenon
Optic Nerve
Maui Jim
Bolle

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

Bolle B-Rock

rated 4 of 5 stars The B-Rock sunglasses pair excellent optics with impact resistance. Super lightweight wraparound sunglasses. The work really well in any speed sport. The Bolle B-Rock sports sunglasses work exceptionally well for any sport involving speed. The wraparound construction provides maximum eye protection while the NXT lens offers enhanced visual acuity and increased impact resistance. NXT is both lighter in weight and offers higher ABBE value than Polycarbonate lens material. The Abbe value is how clear… Full review

Julbo Breeze

rated 4.5 of 5 stars These sunglasses are suitable for hiking in many environments. They have a fully adjustable fit and an attractive look, while having photochromic lenses. The Julbo Breeze in blue/coral with photochromic Zebralight lenses are comfortable, block rays from level 1-3, and protect eyes from UV, while still looking cute. Made to fit any face because they are fully adjustable, the quality of these sunglasses are worth the price. They don't fog up, or mark up easily, and if a lens breaks, they are replaceable… Full review

Popticals PopGun

rated 4 of 5 stars Popticals sunglasses provide excellent optics. The unique folding design makes them easy to store and carry. I confess that I have a weakness for sunglasses. I have sensitive eyes so I wear sunglasses 365 days a year. I own a lot of different types of sunglasses produced by a number of companies. I like different types for different activities. That being said I have never owned a pair of sunglasses anything like the Popticals Popgun sunglasses. Packed into a very small hard case with a swivel catch… Full review

Shwood Canby

rated 4 of 5 stars Great optics paired with a stylish frame made these sunglasses a hit with me. I admit to being a lover of sunglasses, having pale blue eyes that are super light sensitive has made me so. These Shwood Canby sunglasses check off all the boxes for me. The name Shwood should give you a hint into the fact that this line of American made sunglasses either have frames made from wood or incorporate wood inlays for a dynamic fashion statement. The pair I received paired Italian cellulose acetate frames… Full review

Ryders Nelson

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Ryders Nelsons are a very light and comfortable pair of sunglasses that are well suited to high energy activity. Designed for cyclists, the Nelson's strengths carry over well into trail running and hiking. Types of Lenses Ryders offers several varieties of lens technology for different conditions and activities. Offered are Photochromics that adjust tint for different brightness levels, antiFog tech that fights fogged lenses, Polarized lenses for maximum clarity, veloPOLAR’s that are polarized… Full review

Sunski Dipseas

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Okay, if you're stubborn. These sunglasses compromise functionality for style—better for light use, not good as sport eyewear. Get ready to take advantage of the Sunski lifetime warranty. These glasses might be okay for driving or a light day hike, but if you're backpacking, biking, or climbing I'd leave them home. Pros in more detail: You'll look cool. They stay in place on your face. They don't fog up (ventilation isn't an issue). The frame stands up to many drops and bumps. They work well… Full review

Tifosi Slip

rated 5 of 5 stars The best value in sport shades going these days. I have actually owned three pairs of these glasses. I still have two of them... one pair for hiking and one for cycling.  I had been looking for a good quality pair of shades for hiking, but didn't want to spend a fortune. Some of the glasses reviewed in major outdoor magazines can cost in excess of two-hundred dollars! But I saw a couple of reviews of these, so decided to give them a try. They fit great right out of the box, and came with three… Full review

Ryders Incline

rated 4 of 5 stars The Ryders Incline is an extremely light, durable, and comfortable pair of activewear sunglasses. Ryders has developed an antiFOG lens so that when working hard (backpacking, biking, cross country skiing) and generating a lot of heat you aren’t slowed by lower clarity and fogged lenses. With adjustable nose pads and arms you are able to get the fit dialed in to avoid them bouncing around and while maximizing airflow. The downsides are that the antiFOG is far less effective after getting them dirty… Full review

Native Eyewear Eddyline

rated 5 of 5 stars Lifetime warranty. Lightweight sunglasses with superior optics. The Native Eddyline sunglasses come with a lifetime warranty against any kind of destruction. I still can't believe they offer that. These sunglasses are constructed using Native's Rhyno-Tuff coinjected polymer frames to keep things super light but still super strong. Combined with Cusinol temple and nose pads the glasses fit well and stay on. The Eddyline glasses feature N3 polarized lenses that block up to four times more infrared… Full review

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