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Smith Leadout PivLock sunglasses

Leading eyewear brand Smith has a huge range of MTB sunglasses that always seem to fit my face really well. These new Leadouts are designed with slightly less wrap to…

£155.00
Score 7

Smith Bobcat glasses

If you want a pair of goggle-style MTB sunglasses, the new Bobcat from Smith has you covered. It comes in six frame and six lens options and the one here…

£174.00
Score 7

Alpina Rockit Bold Q-Lite sunglasses

Alpina has a big range of new eyewear aiming to get among the best MTB sunglasses on sale, including this broad-coverage, modern-looking Rockit Bold. Its widescreen lens uses the brand’s…

£79.99
Score 6

100% Armega goggles

The Armega is 100% ‘s all-singing, all-dancing goggle. It’s primarily designed for motocross, but is also a favourite of full-face wearing MTB DH and enduro racers. Does its popularity make…

£89.99
Score 6

Kask Koo glasses

Italian brand Kask is best known for high-end road bike helmets, but also has an eyewear arm called Koo, making quality glasses suitable for mountain biking as well as road.…

£169.00
Score 8

Leatt Goggle Velocity 6.5 Enduro

Leatt’s Velocity 6.5 Enduro goggle hails from its moto range, which explains the hefty 200g weight – that’s nearly double some of the MTB-specific options on the market. Obviously those…

£92.99
Score 7

Bell Descender goggle

Bell’s Descender goggle is a relatively new product from the helmet behemoth, designed to complement its enduro and DH offerings. It’s available with a mirrored lens for £49.99 or a…

£49.99
Score 9

Julbo Fury Reactive glasses

French brand Julbo might not be as well-known as some premium rivals, but it’s been making quality eyewear competing with the best mountain bike glasses for over 100 years. This…

£155.00
Score 8

Smith Optics Shift Mag

The Smith Optics Shift Mag uses a magnetic system to let you rapidly clip the lower frame and arms to one of four different lens options to the upper frame.

£189.00
Score 9

POC Ora Clarity Fabio Ed. Goggles

The POC Ora Clarity Fabio Ed. is the Fabio Wibmer edition of one of the uber cool Swedish protection brand's four variants of their Ora goggle.

£95.00
Score 6

Leatt Velocity 4.0 goggles

Leatt’s velocity goggles use a headline-grabbing bulletproof lens. I don’t fancy being shot in the eyes to test it, but it definitely seems better than plenty of rivals at resisting…

£49.99
Score 8

sungod velans

This is a direct-sales eyewear company, which means when ordering you can pick and choose the lens, frames, colours and even add an extra nose-piece on the website and it…

£140.00
Score 9

Madison Enigma glasses

Madison’s latest Enigma cycling glasses boast a large, modern style with a huge field of vision. Value is fantastic, with the cheapest glasses £24.99, the three lens model here that…

£24.99
Score 10

Redbull Spect Whip MX goggle

The RedBull Spect Whip MX is a new goggle from a relatively new eyewear brand called Spect. In the past the brand made well-respected snow goggles in partnership with RedBull,…

£79.00
Score 5

Editor’s Choice 2020 The Smith Squad XL is the equivalent of a 70in 4K TV for your face. Boasting pin sharp optical clarity and unhindered panoramic vision, it actually enhances…

£85.00
Score 10

100% s3

Eyewear like these 100% S3 glasses promises the protection of goggles with the airflow of glasses.

£139.99
Score 8

POC Crave Clarity glasses

Normally I ride in goggles, mostly because they provide impenetrable protection from dirt and water, and they sit so well against my face that they’re in no danger of moving…

£210.00
Score 7

smith flywheel

Yes, £115 is a lot to pay for glasses that you can’t change the lens but the optical quality and protection of Smith Flywheel are the best I’ve used.

£115.00
Score 9

100% Speedtrap glasses

The aesthetics of the 100% Speedtrap glasses are polarising but there's no debating how effective this extended coverage is at protecting your eyes.

£184.99
Score 8