Sunny Days Ahead

These Popular Running Sunglasses Are Now for Any Outdoor Pursuit

April 11, 2019 Sports and Outdoors By
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District Vision designs some of our favorite sunglasses for running — you can actually pick up a pair in the Gear Patrol store. This week, the brand launched a new style, the Takeyoshi, created specifically for outdoor adventures. The Takeyoshi have the same lightweight titanium core as previous iterations as well as adjustable rubber nose pad and temple tips to keep the sunnies in place whether you’re white water rafting, hiking or running. Each pair is made in Japan and features a D+ lens technology that’s shatterproof and anti-reflective, in addition to water and oil-repellent.

NYC athletes rigorously test each new design — you’re sure to see loads of runners wearing these at sunny morning races, like the Cherry Blossom 10-miler or the Brooklyn Mile. You can pick up a pair for your next athletic challenge on District Vision’s website.

Gear Patrol also recommends:
Goodr Texas ($25)
Sunski Treeline ($89)
Oakley Latch ($173)
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