A lightweight, single-lens, do-anything frame with great coverage and durability—that’s the verdict from our team. The only problem? Deciding which frame/lens combo we liked best. The Spectron 3+ blue tint lens provided a more true color view and “sliced through the glare on top of lakes, making it easy to spot fish lurking below the surface,” says a tester who wore them on bright-sun days in Joe’s Valley, Utah. The more expensive Falcon lens (adds $105) delivered a color-popping photochromic experience.
“It felt like the world went from low-res to HD when I put them on,” says one tester who also praised the glare-protection on sunny days at 9,000 feet in Telluride, and loved the no-fog ventilation while on high-output runs and bike rides. Dings: Without rubber nose pieces, the frames slid on some testers’ noses, and the ear pieces were tight and uncomfortable after prolonged wear on others. $85-$190 (depending on lenses); 1.1 oz.; julbousa.com