If you're concerned about scratches and cracks, it's hard to beat this pair of glasses. Come with five lenses. Frame is very comfortable, in particular the rubber nose pad. Available in eight frame colors. Hard case is included.
The "unbreakable" frame does not live up to its name. Only one of the three lenses is polarized.
These lightweight glasses are comfortable, durable, and stylish. Five interchangeable lenses are included, though only one lens is polarized. Lenses are distortion-free and clear, making these a great inexpensive option that will perform well on the road. Several colors available, though not all include five lenses.
Some customers did not find the polarized lenses effective.
Customers love the clear lenses and tough frame design. Features UV400 protection and seven layers to prevent scratches and shattering. Polarized lenses offer reliable protection against wind, dust, and gravel. Nine frame colors available. Hard case is included.
Some customers found these glasses on the smaller side.
Despite the low price, these glasses are comfortable and attractive. Composite frame does a good job of holding the glasses in place during bike rides or runs. Several lens types and colors are available. Hard case is included.
The lens may fog up. Some customers find that the lens is not large enough to provide wind protection.
The UV400 lenses provide great polarized protection. You also get clear optics and a wide field of vision. These glasses fit most customers well and look great. Three colors are available. Hard case is included.
These glasses may fit a bit tightly.
We recommend these products based on an intensive research process that's designed to cut through the noise and find the top products in this space. Guided by experts, we spend hours looking into the factors that matter, to bring you these selections.
Going out on a bicycle ride is a great to get exercise and enjoy some fresh air. But having quality eye protection is key – your eyes are susceptible to sun damage and being able to see through glare is important when looking for cars, other cyclists, and obstacles on the road. You’ll likely want a pair that at least slightly wraps around the face to provide full protection. You can find many pairs designed to stay clear even if you’re sweating or breathing heavily.