As summer gives way to fall, these are the items that our staff has been reaching for time and again

These glasses aren’t techy—they have polarized lenses and a tight, secure fit that we love—but they are super fun, especially if you customize them on Knockaround’s website by picking the frames, lens color, and arm design. You can mix and match options until you come up with…

Randolph Engineering aviators are made in America and actually worn by military pilots

These picks will be your go-tos for those sunny summer trails.

These understated specs are more than meets the eye: the polarized lenses increase clarity while cutting down on glare, and the adjustable temple tips keep the glasses in place. Thanks to the durable frame, they’ve survived countless drops and missteps.

Running is simple, but the basics are important

Shades that’ll protect your eyes and turn heads

Contributor Jakob Schiller wrote about these sunglasses in his roundup of his most-used quarantine gear. “They’re great for activities because they have rubber grippers on the nose that keep them in place when I’m hiking or running,” he wrote. The polarized Chromapop lenses provide crisp, detailed vision on drives…

From tech gadgets to apparel upgrades, some of our best-reviewed gear make great presents.

After tireless testing, these were our favorites under $150

From wind-resistant undies to traction devices, build a kit to brave the cold this season

From reading material to the perfect breezy outfit, these 10 items deserve space in your suitcase

The Sunski Treelines are great for skiing and everyday adventures

This bag is wildly useful and perfect for your weekend adventures

“We couldn’t help but love every part of the Glendale, and that earned it Gear of the Year,” we wrote in our 2019 Summer Buyer’s Guide. The Glendale’s interchangeable lenses are high-impact and scratch resistant. We especially liked the front vents that kept our lenses fog-free even during our…

Sunski’s version of the classic wayfarer silhouette features polarized triacetate cellulose lenses that offer a full spectrum of UV protection in a frame that weighs just one ounce. Plus, all of Sunski’s frames are made from recycled plastic and come in non-plastic packaging.

Technical pieces that breathe new life into old materials

Cool capability returns with the best shades for winter

Because remote, untracked snow is worth the effort

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