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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.
1. Ryders Tweaker SL $59.99
These speckled frames have tight temples to fit smaller heads and come with three lens options.
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.
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.
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.
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.
1. Rudy Project Gozen $179.99
The Gozen has full, almost goggle-like coverage and eight flashy color combinations to choose from.
2. Native Endo $129
Vent holes on the top of each side make the Endos breathable, and they wrap around the head really comfortably.
3. Specialized Arc-X Optics $155
Made of stainless steel, these glasses are super-lightweight, and the flexible arms fit wider faces well.
Photos by Nils Nilsen.