I’ve tested hundreds of sunglasses during my time at Outside. But when it comes to lenses, I have only one clear favorite: Spy's Happy Lenses.
See more of what you want, and less of what you don't, with these primo performance shades.
Better looking, better performing, better priced: it's a good time to buy a new pair of shades.
The Uvex Sportstyle 202 Race Vario really beg the question of why you would ever opt for interchangeable lenses again.
An iconic pair of sunglasses make a comeback.
Take a look at these six modern takes on classic styles.
Springy hinges and rubber nose and temple pads keep the Kennedy securely in place, and while the lenses aren’t quite as sharp as the others here, they’re pretty darn close.
Musician G. Love helped design the Bluesmaster. You can sort of tell. The hybrid frame style—plastic up top, wire frames below—has an old-school bluesy feel, but the frames are surprisingly light,...
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then the Highline is as heartfelt as it gets.
Smith says its new ChromaPop lenses “eliminate color confusion for the brain.” Maybe. What we can tell you is that they boost saturation and generally make whatever you’re looking at a little more...
Your fashion-obsessed friends will gush over the retro-styled hinges of the Rip Rock.
Not everybody can get behind screaming-flourescent shades. That's OK. This year's crossover designs pair subdued styling with hotshot performance.
Versatile reinterpretation of a classic style.
Streetworthy looks with a highly versatile tint.
Retro-geeky fashion glasses with modern-future lenses.