Why I need a sports sunglasses?
As we know, exposure to the sun brings myriad benefits to your health – but it can also be a pain in the cornea when it gets in your eyes. No one wants to be blindsided by glare as they negotiate a roundabout on their two-wheeled exploits, or squint their way through a red-hot 10k. If you regularly train in nature’s gym, your normal sunglasses will be glaringly inadequate. And that’s why sports sunglasses come with me.
First and foremost, your sports sunglasses should stay put. The frames slide down your face as soon as you break into a brisk walk, they won’t go the distance. So, lightweight frames with grip in the right places are a priority, and an anti-fog aspect – a special lens coating or ventilated design – is crucial for sweatier activities.
When it comes to the lenses, ultra violet (UV) light-blocking options are obviously a must. Scratch-resistant, anti-reflective options that increase contrast levels to enhance your surroundings can make a huge difference to an outdoors workout. Photochromic lenses – which darken automatically when exposed to sunlight – are also a bonus. And if you ask us, the very best sports sunglasses are also street-appropriate, so you can transition from park to pub seamlessly.