A good pair of cycling glasses doesn't just feel comfortable, it also protects you against harmful radiation from the sun. For those who like to look fashionable there are plenty of models to choose from - we offer anything from the most basic pairs whose sole purpose is to protect your eyes against wind, rain, sun and insects, to true designer products that make you look like a style icon. Check out our great selection of cycling glasses for men and women!
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Which cycling glasses are suitable for me as a spectacle wearer?
What lens should I have in my cycling glasses?
In what weather conditions do I need cycling glasses?
What colour lenses should my cycling glasses be?
A few things to consider are:
- If you often cycle in the dark or in bad weather, a darker glass colour can help prevent you from being blinded by light sources.
- If you usually ride in bright sunlight, an orange, yellow or red lens can help reduce light and protect your eyes from UV radiation. These colours also help increase contrast, which can help you see obstacles on the road.
- In forested or wooded areas, green or brown glasses can help reduce light and increase contrast. This way, you can see obstacles on the road or in the forest.
What brands of cycling glasses are there?
What is the difference between cycling glasses for women and men?
There may also be colour and style differences between cycling glasses for women and men. This is usually more a matter of personal preference and does not necessarily mean that one type of cycling glasses is better or worse than the other. When looking for cycling glasses, it is important to look at the specific features of the glasses, such as fit, lens quality and UV protection, rather than focusing on the gender the glasses are intended for.
What are photochromatic cycling glasses?
Photochromatic lenses can be a good option for cyclists who often ride in different light conditions and don't always have time to adjust their glasses to the light. So this way, you can get by with a single pair of cycling glasses in all weather conditions!