Can anyone recommend a good pair or Running Shades. Thinking after watching people flail under the London heat, they are a must.
Would ideally like to only spend upto £50, but if people can offer opinions/experience of a good pair then that would be great.
Thanks - Dom
Not so sure if many people would count them as "good" but I bought a pair of Rayzor sunglasses from Amazon about a month ago. With the nice weather over the last 3 weeks I've worn them quite a lot.
I am forever dropping, losing, breaking and generally destroying sun glasses so I was reluctant to spend much (the last pair got crushed in the end pocket of my gym bag)
These seem to fit me pretty well, they are lightweight and generally I am very happy them. No case and the curved shape mean that they will never fit in a case but that aside they are comfortable, don't slide off as I run.
If you are better at looking after them than I am then you might want to buy a more up market pair but if you are like me then these are a pretty good option.
These stay on pretty good: http://www.wiggle.co.uk/dhb-pro-triple-lens-sunglasses/
Time for a nap wrote (see)
Another vote for these, love my dhb set - The clear lenses can be used in winter for XC races to protect eyes!
Sunwise shades are good. Sweatshop sell them. Usually about £30. I have a couple of pairs and don't know I'm wearing them.
Although those Karrimoor ones certainly look better on paper.
I don't know what other people think,but i find Ray ban sunglasses is a great choice.Little pricy,thou.
Oakley. Worth every penny.
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