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bbb summit sunglasses

BBB Summit sunglasses

Most cycling sunglasses are very expensive and very breakable, but thankfully the BBB Summit sunglasses are neither, with a more than reasonable mid-range price-tag and a frame that is close…

Score 7

adidas evil eye half rim sunglasses

Adidas Evil Eye Half Rim sunglasses

They might not be from the first company you’d go to in search of sunglasses, but these Adidas Evil Eye Half Rims are seriously impressive and are more than a…

Score 10

oakley radar ev sunglasses

Oakley Radar EV sunglasses

The Oakley Radar EVs are the latest addition to the American company’s highly popular range of half-rim sunglasses that have become a permanent fixture in the pro peloton over the…

Score 9


Oakley Tour de France Prizm Radarlock Path

It’s hard to start talking about a set of Oakleys without repeating what’s already been said, because by now, you’ll know that you’re almost guaranteed to be getting one of…

Score 9


BBB Select sunglasses

The sky really is the limit when it comes to selecting a pair of sunglasses. Thankfully if you don’t want to spend 200 quid on a pair of Oakleys or…

Score 10


Endura Masai Glasses

Endura’s Masai glasses, which boast light reactive – or ‘photochromic’ lenses – should be just the ticket for the conditions most of us are experiencing at the moment. With the…

Score 6


Optilabs Max glasses

Optilabs may not have been the frontrunner in eyewear for the style conscious cyclist, with the company failing to produce a looker (sic) in the past. Though with the new…

Score 8

Oakley Chainlinks

Oakley Chainlink Sunglasses

It’s a testament to the depth of Oakley’s range of shades that they’re able to create a pair that aren’t quite made purely for riding, but aren’t just for casual…

Score 9

Giro Filter

Filter glasses

The interchangeable lens is nothing new, and neither is the half-entrapped lens style, but Giro has gone about it in a different way. Gone is the need for popping the…

Score 9