Cycling Eyewear Reviews
Cycling in the late fall is one of my favorite things. Leaves on the ground. Crispness in the air. Less crowded roads and trails. The shorter days and lower sun angles require a slightly different class of eyewear. Sure, you still need coverage and ventilation. But you also need a little additional versatility in the lens choice to deal with the low-angle and low-light conditions.
We found three options recently that met our spec for fall cycling. They’re all designed to fit medium-size noggins, feature less heavily tinted lenses (some interchangeable, others photochromatic) and boast the wrap-around styling needed to keep you streamlined while riding.
Here’s the three:
Bolle Sixth Sense – Bold blade styling and a photochromatic lens optimize this product for use on the road and trail. See full review.
Native Itso – Rimless style and interchangeable lenses give the Native Itso versatility for a range of activities and light conditions. See full review.
Tifosi Vogel – Completely frameless and mostly clear lensed, the Tifosi Vogel were the least expensive in our test. See full review.
Check them out and let us know what you think by leaving a comment below.