Heading Sunglasses

Heading Sunglasses

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McCarthy, Chris

Fit and function—that’s what look for in a pair a sunglasses. I want a snug fit; something that won’t slide down my nose, rub the backside of my ears, or squeeze my head until it feels like it’s going to pop. I also want polarized lenses and sides that blocked wind and light—plus a durable frame so I don’t have to worry about them when I’m not wearing them. Revo’s Heading sunglasses get the job done. The frame curves with your face, blocking ambient light from both the sides and above, the spring hinges keep the glasses tight without extra pressure, and the hydrophilic nose pads actually grip more as sweat builds up. The sunglasses also use Revo’s Serilium lenses, infused with high-contrast polarization, that can withstand high-velocity impacts from such things as gravel. Available at the Bent Lens. $190; revo.com.

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