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- Wrapz Trailbreaker Cycling Golf Running Vented Award Winning Sunglasses£19.99Trending at £39.59
- Madison Glasses Shields Clear£14.47Trending at £15.19
- Pellor 2014 Cycling Wrap Running Outdoor Sports Sunglasses Multi Sport Glasses E£14.83Trending at £17.77
- Uvex Sportstyle 204 Clear£13.20Trending at £14.28
- KT SUPPLY Sports Sunglasses Cycling Goggles Outdoor Bicycle UV Protection£19.53Trending at £21.41
- SUNWISE FISTRAL Sports Sunglasses Cycling Running Triathlon Sunglasses Shades£16.44Trending at £19.33
- MEETLOCKS Polarized Cycling Glasses,Sports Sunglasses for Men/Women, PC for£15.33Trending at £17.74
- ROCKBORSPro Polarized Cycling Glasses Bike MTB Sports Sunglasses 5 Lens Goggles£9.92Trending at £11.01
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Cycling sunglasses are specially designed to be used when out on your bike as they help to protect your eyes from any dirt and debris, as well as from the harmful rays of the sun.
Wearing a pair of cycling sunglasses greatly improves your vision and, in turn, your safety. There is a wide a range of choice when looking for cycling sunglasses, like those designed by Endura , BBB and Rudy Project.
The benefits of cycling sunglasses
The wraparound design of cycling sunglasses protects your eyes from all directions and the shatterproof lenses help to ensure that your sunglasses are long-lasting, durable and to reduce the risk of shattering in your eyes.
Cycling sunglasses fit and sizes
You don't want to be uncomfortable when wearing your cycling sunglasses so you should choose a pair of cycling sunglasses that do not pinch or feel tight but, at the same time, they need to fit closely without obscuring your vision. Some cycling sunglasses are adjustable to help them fit you better. Make sure that you try on the sunglasses with your helmet as the helmet straps can affect the overall fit.
Most cycling sunglasses come with a case so you can carry them with ease. The case also helps to protect them from any damage that might occur.
It's a good idea to have cycling sunglasses that have interchangeable lenses as you'll likely be cycling in a range of different conditions. Dark lenses are best when riding in bright sunlight and yellow lenses are for use when in poor light.
Cycling sunglasses come in a huge variety of designs, colours and brands. You don't just have to wear them for cycling, many are suitable for use in other activities like skiing and running, or just to wear as a pair of fashionable sunglasses.