Adidas Evil Eye Pro sunglasses review£155.00

Classic design

BikeRadar score3.5/5

For a full-frame design, these specs offer a reasonably wide field of view, but the restricted peripheral vision still bothered our testers.

A foam brow pad helps keep eyes protected and can be adjusted to contact the face using adjustable arms, which tilt the lenses upwards by eight degrees. All this protection from the wind means even the generously ventilated frames can’t keep sweat from clouding the lens.

While the adjustable nose bridge didn’t make any noticeable difference to where the glasses sat on our face, the LST lens tint works well across a far wider range of conditions than its colour would suggest. Both lenses are included.

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