10 Best bike glasses of 2020

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Bicycle glasses guide

Every sport has its indispensable equipment. What with Soccerthe studded shoes or the weight training Training Glovesare when cycling is the bike glasses , However, it is not enough to simply use any pair of sunglasses, because a good pair of goggles must fit both the carrier and the field. However, the wide range does not make it easy to make the right choice. So what to look for when buying and what makes a good bike glasses out?

A cycling goggles must sit comfortably
While conventional sunglasses, which many cyclists wear on their tours, are only optimized in terms of design, they stand out Cycling glassesthrough their functional optimization. In return, that does not mean that goggles can not be fancy. However, with a good one stands bike glasses the emphasis is on wearing comfort, especially as it is a piece of equipment that is under stress during cycling and is exposed to influences such as sweat, wind and shock. Decisive for the seat and comfort are the nose pads. Since each nose has a different shape, soft rubber or silicone pads are an advantage, which adapt to the shape of the nose by itself. Some glasses have alternatively replaceable nose pads in different sizes. What ultimately makes the choice is a matter of taste. However, models with narrow or hard nose pads that exert pressure on the nose and at the same time reduce the flow of air through the nose should be avoided.

Flexibility is the key
The second key point to consider when buying a bike glasses It is important to pay attention to the material of the frame. For a number of reasons, flexible plastic racks are preferable to light metal racks or hard plastic racks, such as those used in most regular sunglasses. The reason is the durability of the frame, because by the constant setting and dropping and the eventual change of the glasses occur forces that can lead to permanent deformation in the case of light metal and to breakage in hard plastic. In addition, flexible plastic racks also guarantee better grip when mountain biking in the field. In addition, there is also the safety aspect in the event of a fall, especially since metal and hard plastic racks increase the risk of injury. A good pair of goggles also has rubberized bars that prevent slipping. For mountain bikers who are on heavy terrain, by the way, also goggles are a good option, where the brackets can be replaced by an elastic strap, so that the glasses do not fall even with strong shocks.

The right glass for all circumstances
The heart of every good bike glasses However, the glasses are. The features that every lens has to fulfill, irrespective of its ultimate purpose, are not only flexibility and resistance to breakage but above all sufficient UV protection. Care should therefore be taken to ensure that the model of choice with the label „UV 400“ or „100% UV protection“ is marked prior to purchase. In addition, the general principle applies: the bigger, the better, because only a large-area glass can optimally protect the eyes from external influences such as rain, dust and drafts. Not absolutely necessary but quite desirable quality features are polarizing and equipped with an anti-fog coating glasses. While the polarization reduces reflections, the anti-fog coating ensures that the bicycle goggles are not fogged.

Color games are not just fashionable
Anyone who wants to be prepared for all lighting conditions but does not want to buy several bicycle goggles at the same time can best use a model with interchangeable lenses. These glasses with rimless frames not only allow the tinting level to be changed in seconds, but also provide a larger field of view due to the missing frame edge. The color of the different glasses is by far not only fashionable, but above all functional. While heavily tinted or black lenses are best for driving in the blazing sun, clear lenses are ideal for driving in the dark or on rainy days. Also very popular are yellow and orange lenses, which act in low light conditions as a residual light amplifier on the other hand, on days with bad weather on the other hand affect the mood positively, as the warm colors stimulate the corresponding areas in the human brain.

Conclusion
Good cycling glasses are not necessarily expensive, but should have most of the features listed. However, anyone who gets his first pair of cycling goggles is well advised to have several models sent to his home for testing or, ideally, to seek advice in a bicycle shop.

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