Mountain Bike Glasses Reviews

Mountain Bike Reviews - Julbo Eyewear Arise REACTIV Performance Glasses 2019
Mountain Bike Reviews - Julbo Eyewear Arise REACTIV Performance Glasses 2019
Julbo Eyewear Arise REACTIV Performance Glasses

The Arise from Julbo may be marketed as an all-rounder, but it sits more than happily in the mountain bike zone. With adjustable legs, wide vision and venting around the lens the Arise ticks all the boxes for good cycling eyewear. The style is pretty neutral, definitely sporty, but not futuristic, and casual enough to have a coffee in without…

Glasses
2019
Mountain Bike Reviews - Rad8 MTB Glasses 504 MTB Photochromic 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - Rad8 MTB Glasses 504 MTB Photochromic 2017
Rad8 MTB Glasses 504 MTB Photochromic

Rad8 might not be your first thought for eyewear, but the small British company is making a fair bit of noise about their glasses. From a desire to have glasses that 'were comfortable, adapt to the light changes of a trail and offer protection from the trail hazards' Rad8 was born. They have a range of glasses and lenses on…

Glasses
2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - Ryders Eyewear Seventh Glasses 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Ryders Eyewear Seventh Glasses 2016
Ryders Eyewear Seventh Glasses

Who hasn’t had a clump of mud, excessive rain or large flying insects smash into their eyes while riding? Always seemingly at the most crucial point on the fastest part of the trail, headed for a tree, cliff edge or the rear end of your suddenly hard-breaking riding buddy. No one needs that, but short of going full enduro with…

Glasses
2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Adidas Evil Eye Evo Pro Vario 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Adidas Evil Eye Evo Pro Vario 2016
Adidas Evil Eye Evo Pro Vario

Adidas offer a mind-boggling array of sunglasses and eyewear for every type of activity and light conditions. With the Evil Eye Evo Pro, we have a very high-performance set of glasses designed specifically for mountain biking combined with the new Vario lens, which changes from fully clear to dark, meaning they could be the only pair you ever need. The…

Glasses
2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Endura Mullet Glasses 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Endura Mullet Glasses 2016
Endura Mullet Glasses

First impressions of Endura’s popular Mullet riding glasses are of a chunky, hardy piece of riding eyewear with full frames and a mirror-finish lens. Supplied with an equally burly hard case, these represent some of the most affordable light-reactive riding glasses available. On The Trail The ‘one lens to rule them all’ Photochromic S boast a 7 second changing time,…

Glasses
2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Adidas Tycane Pro  2015
Mountain Bike Reviews - Adidas Tycane Pro  2015
Adidas Tycane Pro

Adidas have been in the eyewear industry for some time now, their goggles adorn some of the best downhillers in the world and there were plenty of riders wearing the 3 stripes at Rampage this year. When we saw the guys at Eurobike they were very keen to show us their new hydrophobic technology, which looks very clever. The lenses…

Glasses
2015
Mountain Bike Reviews - Tifosi Dolomite Eyewear  2009
Mountain Bike Reviews - Tifosi Dolomite Eyewear  2009
Tifosi Dolomite Eyewear

Tifosi is Italian for a group of sports fans, and we quickly became fans of these specs when they arrived at the office! With more All Mountain styling than XC racer these are sure to appeal to lots of riders out there. Backed up with an impressive lifetime warranty they should stand the test of time and they certainly feel…

Glasses
2009
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