Oakley Radar Pace

$570

The Radar Pace glasses combine Oakley’s legendary optical quality with sophisticated voice-activated coaching technology. That’s right, Oakley has packed an accelerometer and gyroscope, as well as pressure, humidity and proximity sensors on the Radar Pace allowing athletes to track their workouts easily. Furthermore, the glasses can also be paired with external sensors so riders can track critical data, such as power output, heart rate, speed, cadence, distance and time. The glasses mate with the Radar Pace app allowing riders to plan and analyze their workouts easily. There is also touch pad on the temples that allows for instant control of volume, music and any incoming phone calls. The Radar Pace is a true forward-thinking training tool that also features some of the best sport optics in the industry.

Ryders Incline Fyre

$220

The Incline Fyre features a patented frame construction that eliminates what would be the top edge of conventional frames. This subtle change allows for unprecedented ventilation and improves your field of vision. By running the frame on the bottom, the risk of a lens cutting your face during a crash is minimized. The design is so simple and effective that it will have most cyclists asking, “Why didn’t I think of that?” While the frame construction is the most obvious feature on these glasses, you’ll also appreciate the hydrophilic adjustable nose pads and temple tips as well as the optically sophisticated, impact-resistant and anti-fog Fyre lenses.

Bollé Aeromax

$300

The Aeromax glasses have a number of features that make them a great pair of cycling-specific sunglasses. From a visibility standpoint, Bollé’s B-Max lens technology provides wider horizontal and vertical fields of vision, which are obviously useful when cycling. For fit, Bollé uses its Thermogrip temples and adjustable nose pads that keep the glasses secure even in challenging riding conditions. Finally, the Aeromax features Bollé’s B-Clear technology for impressive optical clarity in a variety of conditions.

Smith Arena

$210

With the Arena glasses’ low weight and visibility enhancing, frameless design, they are an obvious choice for cycling. But Smith is not satisfied with those obvious wins. The Arena also features PivLock, which is the company’s easy lens-changing technology. But wait, there’s more – the sunglasses have Smith’s proprietary ChromaPop technology that improves clarity, provides crisper definition and conveys more natural colours.

BBB Summit

$120

With the Summit sunglasses’ ventilated lenses and QuickSnap lens-change system, the pair are an obvious choice for road or trail riding. bbb treats its lenses with a hydrophobic and anti-fog coating for excellent visibility and clarity even in challenging weather conditions. bbb also includes a yellow and a clear lens so you can optimize the sunglasses to different light conditions. Finally, the flexible temples and adjustable nose piece provide a secure fit even when riding rough terrain.


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