Tag: Sunglasses

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Adidas brings 3D-printing to sunglasses with limited-edition 3D CMPT

Cutting-edge manufacturing with a price to match.

New Oakley Encoder sunglasses introduce clever new integrated frame design

The weight and field-of-view of rimless, but the stiffness of a full frame.

Spotlight: POC Devour sunglasses

You like your sunnies big, you say? POC’s got you covered - quite literally, in fact.

Spotlight: MAAP x 100% Glendale sunglasses

A short review of the limited-edition eyewear.

Ten products I loved in 2020: Shoddy Dave

"I'm sorry! Come again?" I think, as I scratch my chin and continue reading the email James Huang had sent out. "It's the end of the year...

100% Speedcraft XS sunglasses review: Better fit for smaller faces

I never realized the sunglasses I had been using for the last 10 years were not a proper fit for my face. I knew what “too big” looked li...

A first look at Scicon's new Aerowing and Aeroshade eyewear

Scicon, the Italian company best known for its bike travel cases used by the majority of the WorldTour, has been steadily expanding into ...

Roka Matador sunglass review: A polarizing shape, but super fit and optics

I’ve had a soft spot for Oakley ever since my first bike shop job in the early 1990s when I bought my first pair of (blissfully discounte...

Solar-powered sunglasses: POC Aspire Solar Switch review

POC’s latest eyewear innovation incorporates a solar-powered liquid crystal panel in the lens that instantly darkens or lightens dependin...

Oakley Anorak review: Perfect on paper, rough in execution

There was a point on a gravel climb out the back of Warburton last spring, with sweat streaming down my face in the humid late-afternoon ...

Oakley EVZero Range vs. Smith Optics Attack Max sunglass review

Smith Optics has often played second-fiddle in the past to Oakley: not quite as progressive or edgy in its styling, a half-step behind wi...

SunGod Pacebreakers sunglasses review

SunGod is a British eyewear brand that was founded four years ago, thanks to two successful crowdfunding campaigns. Part of the new brand...

Lazer Performance Eyewear review

Lazer is perhaps best known for its helmets, however the company also has an impressive range of sunglasses. Indeed, there are 10 models ...

KOO Open sunglass review: Clear and stylish, but prone to fogging

Kask helmets recently dove into the hotly contested cycling eyewear market with a new sub-brand called KOO. The made-in-Italy Open was th...

June 2016 Product Picks: Bopworx, Campagnolo, KindHuman, Prologo, RedWhite, Shimano

In this edition of Product Picks, Australian tech editor Matt Wikstrom takes a look at some new bibs from RedWhite, bar tape from Prologo...

Ridden and reviewed: Julbo glasses for the multisport woman

The French eye-wear company Julbo has been around since 1888, and while it’s been adapting its products for multisport since 2000, it’s s...

The best of Eurobike: Helmets, Shoes and Sunglasses

Amongst all the bling at Eurobike, some of the most interesting new things to look at are the helmets, shoes and sunglasses. Here we give...

First-look review: SH+ Sunglasses

SH+ is an Italian company that is devoted to ski and cycling helmets, goggles, gloves and eyewear. There are nearly a dozen models in the...

A brief history of cycling sunglasses

Sunglasses have evolved from a humble yet essential piece of protection in the cyclist's kit bag to an expensive fashion statement. Dave ...

Oakley Radarlock Review

Oakley's Radars have redesigned with an hinge mechanism that easily releases its interchangeable lens in seconds. Oakley sent me some of ...