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Specialised Cycling Sunglasses and Goggles
There are a terrific range of a specialised cycling goggles and sunglasses available. Cycling goggles and sunglasses come designed for all cyclists of all abilities. Whether you are a competition standard long distance road cyclist or you are a recreational or entry level rider you will find glasses to suit your need and price range. There are also a wide range of cycling glasses for both men , women and children .
Cycling glasses differ from regular glasses in that they will most likely feature a wraparound design that sits close to your facial features. Frames tend to be thin and lightweight, although they are also durable. Lenses also tend to be thinner and lighter than might otherwise be found in standard issue reading or long distance glasses.
What to look for in cycling eyewear
Cycling eyewear is important and it is not simply a matter of looking cool. Good cycling goggles and glasses protect your eyes from harmful UV light, flying insects, dust, and road grit. Furthermore high quality lenses will enable you to track and anticipate every contour, whether you are tackling a cobbled descent or the wilderness of a mountain bike downhill trail.
Glasses may feature interchangeable lenses so that you can tailor your glasses to the conditions, whether that is tricky wet road spray or blinding mountain sun. Many glasses will feature photochromic lenses that will automatically darken in bright sunlight so that you can use them as both glasses and sunglasses.
When picking your sunglasses fit should be one of your main considerations. Glasses and goggles should be a close fit but you don't want them to pinch. If you use glasses in everyday life look for a slightly smaller size then you would otherwise wear.
Lenses are available for every season and terrain. Dark lenses will protect your eyes from brightness, whilst yellow tints will increase contrast in poor light. Clear lenses are recommended for night riding.