Engineered with lightweight performance and pure style in mind, the POC DO Flow was a strong contender in this test. I liked that these shades are a simple multi-sport sunglass that works well for running, cycling, or hiking.
Oakley Radarlock Path offers excellent optics in a lightweight package. With an aggressive wrapped profile, interchangeable lens system, and a lightweight design, the multi-sport Radarlock Path was one of the most performance-minded shades in this test.
The Native Zodiac is a solid performance sunglass with high-quality optics, low weight, noticeable comfort, and a rubberized gripping system, although it has fewer bells and whistles than comparable shades.
Compared to other sunglasses in its class, the Bolle Cervin is a great choice for people with smaller face shapes looking for solid value. Its standout features are its crisp optics and a comfortable fit.
The Cébé Wild is a good multi-sport performance sunglass with a number of strong features, including a notably low weight and photochromic lenses that adjust automatically to varying light conditions. While a good value, the optics are average.
The Optic Nerve Neurotoxin 2.0 packs in a lot of bang for the buck, though its overall optics ranked lower than others in its class. For the very reasonable price, though, it comes with a number of useful features.