While it might be a rare thing at times in Britain, the arrival of summer sun means digging out your cycling sunglasses alongside your favourite bib shorts and short sleeved jersey.
In fact, ‘sunglasses’ aren’t just for when it’s sunny either – it’s why many cycling-specific sunglasses come with interchangeable lenses; dark or mirrored for riding in bright sunshine, yellow for when it’s overcast and clear for when it’s raining or dark. It means you can protect your eyes, whatever the weather.
There’s plenty of choice out there and, as with most cycling kit, there are plenty of top-end options, too. If you want the Oakley Jawbreakers favoured by Mark Cavendish (among other pro cyclists) then prices start at a cool £170.
But that’s not to say all cycling sunglasses are going to break the bank – in fact, shop around and there are many great options for less than £50. We’ve dug out eight of the best – all with interchangeable lenses – so check them out below.
dhb Pro Triple Lens Sunglasses (£29.99)
These are the top-of-the-range sunglasses from dhb and the Pro Triple Lens Sunglasses have you covered for all conditions.
For £29.99, you get clear, smoke and orange lenses, all coming with a hydrophobic coating to repel sweat and water, and paired with a strong but lightweight frame, with a removable nose piece and rubber grippers on the arms.