If you're running serious miles this spring, then these sunglasses should be on your face. Ample vents stopped fogging, while tacky temple grip pads and a fully adjustable fit kept these shades secure on nearly all runners faces. But they won over testers with their Impactx PhotoPolarized lenses, which adjusted to light better than any running-specific shades we tested. Plus, they kill glare without impeding LCD screens. [$300; e-rudy.com/en]
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