- 1 TOP Sunglasses for Running – Editor’s Choice
- 1.1 #1 goodr OGs Running Sunglasses
- 1.2 Pros & Cons
- 1.3 #2 ForceFlex FF500 Sunglasses for Running
- 1.4 Pros & Cons
- 1.5 #3 Rudy Project Propulse
- 1.6 Pros & Cons
- 1.7 #4 Smith Optics Reverb ChromaPop Sunglasses
- 1.8 Pros & Cons
- 1.9 #5 Smith Optics Ruckus ChromaPop Sunglasses
- 1.10 Pros & Cons
- 1.11 #6 Knockaround Premiums Sport
- 1.12 Pros & Cons
- 1.13 #7 Oakley Men’s Oo9144
- 1.14 Pros & Cons
TOP Sunglasses for Running – Editor’s Choice
#1 goodr OGs Running Sunglasses
They’re affordable, well-built, polarized, don’t bounce, and come in a ton of fun colors. The original model magically fits a lot of different head sizes comfortably, but opt for the BFG style if you have a larger noggin.
#2 ForceFlex FF500 Sunglasses for Running
With a name like ForceFlex, these 34-gram glasses were asking for us to try to break them. With our bare hands, we couldn’t—they really are so flexible that you can bend them 180 degrees in any direction.
#3 Rudy Project Propulse
If Rudy Project’s Propulse looks familiar, that might be because you’ve seen this pair on the faces of pros like Aliphine Tuliamuk, Jared Ward, and Gwen Jorgensen. And it’s no wonder why. After thorough testing, the Propulse gets our vote because we’ve used it on trail, road, and track and in direct sun and low light, and it’s excelled at all of it.
#4 Smith Optics Reverb ChromaPop Sunglasses
If you’re not familiar with Smith, the brand got its start making goggles for skiers and snowboarders in Colorado. Since that beginning, it’s expanded to sunglasses, helmets, and apparel for all types of athletes. Specifically geared toward runners and cyclists, the Reverb is a model we’ve been liking a lot for our daily runs.
#5 Smith Optics Ruckus ChromaPop Sunglasses
If you like the style and generous coverage of the Smith Reverb (above), the brand’s Flywheel sunglasses take things even a step further with a full-on throwback skier vibe that spans even more of your face without blocking the view with excess framing.
#6 Knockaround Premiums Sport
These glasses have proven themselves stylish enough to cut the glare of the limelight for stars from Snoop Dogg to Selena Gomez. That’s not the only reason we like them, though.
#7 Oakley Men’s Oo9144
The Half Jacket is designed for those who like to easily swap out their lenses to suit the occasion and lighting conditions—whether you want non-mirrored or mirrored of any color; polarized, non-polarized, or some fusion of the two; or prescription lenses.