Your need for a pair of cycling sunglasses is not just for looking cool. It protects your eyes from harmful UV light and flying insects, dust and other crud to give you a better vision.
Ususlly, good cycling sunglasses cover more of your face than fashion eyewear for a better protection function, and use tougher lenses to ensure quality.
Since cycling sunglasses are so important, how can you choose right bike sunglasses? Here are some tips I would like to share with you.
When choosing a new pair of cycling sunglasses, fitness is a key factor. They need to be comfortable with no pinch points or excessive tightness, and sit close to your face and not obscure your vision. For that reason, it’s always a good idea to try some on before you buy and choose the glasses with the best fit.
Lenses come in a huge range of tints and colors from dark black to protect your eyes in bright sunlight, to yellow for boosting contrast in poor light. Clear lenses are good for riding at night. There’s now so much choice that it can be a little bewildering picking the right lenses for the particular conditions. INBIKE polarized light cycling sunglasses with 5 interchangeable lens can satisfy your demand for different cycling environemnts.
The frames of riding sunglasses are usually thinner and they’re made from lightweight and durable materials, and the lenses are lighter too, typically shatterproof and they come in a vast rainbow of tints to suit different riding conditions.
INBIKE unisex sports sunglasses are light to wear, and they also shockproof to some degree.