RxSport will talk you through every element of your ideal running-specific eyewear.

Design Tech Features Lens Simulator Recommended Products


Semi-Rimless Sunglasses


Lightweight, and with an uninterrupted downward field of view. The open lens will also help to prevent lens fogging. If it's good enough for Mo Farah . . .

Shield Sunglasses


For those who want the sleekest look. Like the semi-rimless design, this shape will maximise your visual field whilst minimising weight.

Tech Features

Frame & Lenses


Directly glazed sunglasses minimise weight, and maximise stability when running. Sunglasses with inserts offer great versatility for year-round use, as they allow you to change the outer lens – perfect for those who have to run before or after work in winter.
Running Sunglasses Tech

Lens Simulator

Below you can take a look at the effect of different lens colours for running.

Drag the slider to view more of the image with your chosen lens colour.

Naked Eye
Selected Lens
GREY - A neutral tint, ideal for running on blue sky days.
BROWN - A naturally soothing lens, this will help to relax your eyes on long runs. A good choice for filtering out blue light, Ideal for medium to bright light.
VERMILION - A rose lens will soothe the eyes, and is flexible enough to be worn in almost any weather. The lens of choice for serious runners.
ORANGE - For overcast dull days. By brightening and improving contrast, this lens is incredibly popular in winter.
YELLOW - As with orange, this lens will assist on dark days. Can be useful for those who want to reduce glare from street lights, so is ideal for early morning and after work urban runners.
POLARISED - Not as critical as for some sports, polarised lenses can still help when running. Ideal for those who struggle with light reflecting off tarmac, especially on wet road surface. Also perfect for those lucky enough to run next to water.

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