While most running sunglasses might make you look like you’re auditioning for the roll of a cyborg in the latest Terminator sequel, these are actually pretty attractive, and you can wear them to the pool or beach after you get your miles in.
As the sun continues to burst through the colder weather in all its golden gloriousness, you may want to shield your eyes — literally, though. There’s a ton of focus on wearing sunscreen, which is great; SPF is so crucial to protecting your skin from harmful UV rays while you’re out on a run in the sun. But your eyes need some lovin’, too!
Although you can wear pretty much any kind of sunglass style while running, there are a couple qualities you want to make your workout more comfortable. Your shades should be lightweight or polarized, or both.