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Are polarised sunglasses good for cycling?
Yes, polarised sunglasses are recommended for cycling due to their ability to block glare that reflects off of the road, resulting in a less obstructed view. With the elimination of glare, especially on wet roads, you can see changes in the road and obstacles in your path more clearly. Some polarised lenses also heighten colour and contrast, highlighting the markings on the road in more detail.
What are the best sunglasses for cycling?
Shield and wraparound styles are the best sunglasses for cycling as their shape allows for a more secure fit and are less likely to slip off of your face at high speeds. Wraparound sunglasses offer greater coverage than other sunglass shapes, while shield sunglasses allow for a more unobstructed view through a single lens. For the best of both, go for a wraparound shield style from brands like Oakley and Bolle which specialise in cycling sunglasses.
What to look for in cycling sunglasses
When choosing the right sunglasses for cycling, it's important to consider the shape and fit of the sunglasses in addition to lens technology. Choose sunglasses that sit comfortably and securely on your face like wraparound shapes, and consider sunglasses with a single shield lens for a less obstructed view of what is in front of you. Next is choosing the right lens for you; if you ride in bright, sunny conditions, you might want to consider polarised lenses that cut out glare from reflective surfaces around you like cars and the road. Look for sunglasses that specialise in on-road lenses like Oakley, Maui Jim and Bolle as many cycling sunglasses have a specialised rose coloured lens that heightens the colour and detail surrounding you.