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Find The Right Sunglasses For Your Face

Unfortunately the trendiest, most technologically advanced sunglasses aren’t made to look good on everyone. By choosing a pair of shades that best fits the width of your face, you’ll be able to focus on your training and look good while doing it.

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Unfortunately the trendiest, most technologically advanced sunglasses aren’t made to look good on everyone. By choosing a pair of shades that best fits the width of your face, you’ll be able to focus on your training and look good while doing it.

Narrow Faces

1. Ryders Tweaker SL $59.99
These speckled frames have tight temples to fit smaller heads and come with three lens options.
Ryderseyewear.com

2. Native Apex $109
Made specifically for extra-small faces, these shades come with an interchangeable lens for darker days. Nativeeyewear.com

3. Tifosi Tyrant $69.95

These sturdy sunglasses go from “backcountry orange” to brown depending on the light.
Tifosioptics.com

Medium Faces

1. Rudy Project Rydon $209.99
The rugged yet flexible Rydon is available in more than a dozen color combinations; shown here with photochromic clear lenses.
E-rudy.com

2. Tifosi Vogel $69.95

Red “fototec” lenses go from light to dark in about 10 seconds, and adjustable ear and nosepieces
allow a perfect fit.
Tifosioptics.com

3. Oakley Miss Conduct

Brown Sugar $140
Ladies will love these women-specific polarized shades because they’re practical for training while still being stylish.
Oakley.com

Wide Faces

1. Rudy Project Gozen $179.99
The Gozen has full, almost goggle-like coverage and eight flashy color combinations to choose from.
E-rudy.com

2. Native Endo $129
Vent holes on the top of each side make the Endos breathable, and they wrap around the head really comfortably.
Nativeeyewear.com

3. Specialized Arc-X Optics $155

Made of stainless steel, these glasses are super-lightweight, and the flexible arms fit wider faces well.
Specialized.com

Photos by Nils Nilsen.