Madison Crypto Glasses 3-Pack review

The Madison Crypto are a new(ish) set of riding glasses from long established makers-of-all things-UK-cycling, Madison.

Smith Bobcat Glasses Review

The Smith Bobcat is a new addition this year to the brand's eyewear range. Designed to offer same features as the brand's popular Wildcat.

POC Devour Glasses review: big price, big coverage

Designed to give benefits of goggles, with ease of glasses, the POC Devour glasses offer a huge field of vision and loads of protection. 

Oakley Sutro S Glasses with Prizm Trail Torch

The Oakley Sutro S are a scaled-down version of the somewhat over the top Sutro model. With a smaller overall size, these will suit either the smaller of face or...

Sweet Protection Ronin Max RIG Glasses Review

The Ronin Max RIG from Sweet Protection are designed for maximum coverage and performance during high intensity sport activities. Available in the Standard Ronin, and the Ronin Max, the Max...

Julbo Rush Photochromic Glasses Reviewed and Recommended

The Julbo Rush is designed to offer top end performance for cycling sports that combine endurance with speed. The Rush feature a full frame design and are available in a...

Julbo Quickshift MTB Goggles | 2 Modes, 1 Pair of Goggles

James tries out the Julbo Quickshift MTB Goggles – will he be glad of the protection they give his eyes? Ever since I was about 7 or 8, I’ve worn...

Oakley Crossrange – Prescription Riding Glasses

Prism lens prescriptions really narrow down your options for riding glasses, as you can’t have a single wrap around lens. Amanda has found a solution that works for her. Everyone...

Rudy Project Keyblade Photochromic Glasses – Multipurpose frames for many light levels.

Launched today are the latest 2020 products from Rudy Project, including these new Rudy Project Keyblade frames with photochromic lenses, which we picked up at a preview at Impact Sun...

Goggle Grouptest

Goggle Grouptest | We ran 5 pairs of goggles through the winter, and this is the result

Riding in the winter can be pretty shit. So with the hope of trying to make it less so, we’ve put five pairs of goggles to the test through an...

Scott Prospect Goggles

Review | The Scott Prospect Goggles are about as ‘shouty’ as they come

What are the best goggles for mountain biking? We brought together five pairs from 100%, Dragon Alliance, Julbo POC, Scott, and put them in the hands of our goggle aficionado...

POC Ora Goggles

Review | The POC Ora Goggles surprised us with both their price and performance

What are the best goggles for mountain biking? We brought together five pairs from 100%, Dragon Alliance, Julbo POC, Scott, and put them in the hands of our goggle aficionado...

Julbo Bang NXT Goggles

Review | With photochromic lenses, the Julbo Bang NXT Goggles automatically adjust to the light – at a price

What are the best goggles for mountain biking? We brought together five pairs from 100%, Dragon Alliance, Julbo POC, Scott, and put them in the hands of our goggle aficionado...

Dragon MXV Max Goggles

Review | The Dragon Alliance MXV Max Goggles come with two lenses and very good ventilation

What are the best goggles for mountain biking? We brought together five pairs from 100%, Dragon Alliance, Julbo POC, Scott, and put them in the hands of our goggle aficionado...

100 The Racecraft Goggles

Review | The 100% Racecraft Goggles have literally 20 options for you to choose from

What are the best goggles for mountain biking? We brought together five pairs from 100%, Dragon Alliance, Julbo POC, Scott, and put them in the hands of our goggle aficionado...

Review: Julbo Renegade and Resist Glasses – ‘They’re Better Than My Eyes!’

Julbo designs its glasses high in the Jura mountains of France, gets its frames made in Poland, and then makes all its lenses and assembles them with frames in its...

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Review: Smith Optics Attack Max ChromaPop Sunglasses

Adding to its growing line of performance eyewear targeted at cyclists, last year Smith Optics debuted the all-new Attack and Attack Max sunglasses. Joining the PivLock Overdrive and PivLock Arena...

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Review: These Incline glasses from Ryders Eyewear have an unusual shape, but the lenses are brilliant

Hailing from British Columbia in Canada, Ryders Eyewear has been around since the early days of mountain biking. The brand was established way back in 1986 by Canadian MTB Champ...

Review: The new Rudy Project Sintryx is a sunglasses transformer in disguise

Ben Gerrish is one of our crash test dummies based up in the South Lakes, who also makes a regular habit of travelling further afield to embark on riding adventures...

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Review: Dragon Alliance EnduroX Jet Transition Glasses

The EnduroX glasses from Dragon Alliance aren't cheap. Wil's been testing a pair for the past 6 months to see whether the clever lenses meet the claims

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Review: Adidas Evil Eye Evo Pro Glasses

The lenses on the Evil Eye Evo Pro glasses are huuuuuge! Wil tests these pricey shades to find out if they're a legitimate alternative to wearing goggles

Review: Julbo Dirt 2.0 Glasses

The Dirt 2.0 glasses offer a large wrap-around profile along with high-tech Zebra Light lenses made of a proprietary NXT material.

Review: Tifosi Camrock Light Night Fototec Glasses

Tifosi Optics is one of the largest sporting eyewear brands in the world. We review a pair of the Camrock glasses with photochromatic lenses

Review: Rad8 502 MTB Glasses

What did Tom think of the 502 MTB glasses from Rad8? Check out his review of both the photochromic and red mirror lens options from Rad8

Review: BZ Optics PHO Bi-focal Glasses

Can Giles see the benefit of these bi-focal riding glasses?

Review: Oakley Mainlink With Prescription Lenses

Hannah takes the plunge with prescription glasses ordered from Shade Station over the Internet

Review: Ryders Eyewear Seventh Glasses

Has James been persuaded to switch brands following this test of sunglasses?

Review: Adidas Evil Eye Halfrim Pro vs Smith Pivlock Arena Max

Adidas and Smith sunnies go head-to-head in this review

Review: Smith Squad Goggles

Richard oggles these goggles and likes what he finds - carefully considered MTB-specific design from Smith.

Review: Rad8 LG MTB Glasses

Adaptive lenses, British bins