Running Sunglasses for Every Condition
Rudy Project Racing Ability Sunglasses1 of 9
These super lightweight frames feature Rudy's non-polarized RP Optic lenses in both blue and red for those bad weather days when you just can't say no to a run.
Smith Pivlock V2 Max Sunglasses2 of 9
The Pivlock V2 sunglasses from Smith are large and in charge. Designed for larger faces and faster speeds, this pair is perfect for picking up the pace—both on the track and in real life. The slide-on temple tips make extended wear more comfortable.
Under Armour Zone 2.0 Polarized Sunglasses3 of 9
For a more low-key look, these Under Armour sunglasses offer a cool and understated vibe. With polarized lenses and a sleek design, you'll find yourself in these specs from sun up to sun down.
Smith Optics Approach MAX Sunglasses4 of 9
The Approach MAX sunglasses from Smith Optics offer adjustable nose pads, as well as enlarged lenses for those who desire more coverage and protection from the sun's rays. These brown lenses are appropriate for partly cloudy to sunny conditions and can help with depth perception on even the brightest of days.
Tifosi Tyrant Sunglasses5 of 9
The Tyrant line is one of Tifosi's most popular models. The grey lenses help reduce eye fatigue and glare, while the ventilated lenses prevent fogging during wear.
Bolle Bolt Photochromic Sunglasses6 of 9
The Bolle Bolt features photochromic lenses that will keep your vision sharp and bright during pre- or post-sun runs or during runs in foggy conditions. Plus, the bright yellow frame color is just plain awesome.
Oakley Women's Polarized RPM Edge7 of 9
These Oakley sunglasses are perfect for the gal on the go. With polarized lenses and an attractive color, this pair will be your go-to for both long runs and errands around town.
Nike Run X2 Sunglasses8 of 9
This colorful pair from Nike is self-titled the "ultimate running sunglasses". The X2 features interchangeable lenses for any weather and a lightweight and adjustable frame for customized comfort.