Glasses for runners
So you’re considering wearing a pair of sunglasses when you next step out for a run, but you’re not sure where to start your search? Worry not, running in sunglasses is a lot more common than you might think and we have plenty of tips and tricks here for you.
In this guide, we take a look at the best types of sunglasses for runners, the different styles of running sunglasses available and how you can take proper care of them, post-run.
Can I wear sunglasses when running?
You absolutely can wear sunglasses when running – we’d even encourage it to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays. There are plenty of sports frames designed for runners out there, but the truth is, you don’t need to break the bank when it comes to finding a pair of running sunglasses.
The key to buying a great pair of running sunglasses is finding a practical (yet stylish) pair that fits you well. A pair of well-fitted, UV400 sunglasses will do the trick when it comes to running outdoors.
How to choose sunglasses for running
Step 1: Choose your style
When it comes to running sunglasses, style is likely just as important to you as the fit. We’ve got plenty of sunglasses styles to choose from, but it does ultimately come down to personal preference.
Step 2: Find your fit
A snug fit is best for runners, which is why many sports models are specifically designed to stay on your face when jogging. However, you can easily adjust any of our sunglasses at home for a tighter or looser fit.
We’d recommend you make the most of our try before you buy service too, in order to test which frames you like the most when it comes to style and fit.
Step 3: Prescription or no prescription?
If you’re a regular glasses wearer, you might prefer to run with prescription sunglasses so that you see clearly. At Arlo Wolf, all of our sunglasses come with prescription lenses if required. Simply enter your prescription at checkout and we’ll take care of the rest.
Step 4: Take good care of them
If you’re running in your new sunglasses regularly, taking proper care of them is important.
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