The most popular shape for tennis, as worn by Janko Tipsarevic. The open-lens design ensures you can keep your eye on the ball throughout your stroke. Wraparound semi-rimless designs are also lightweight, and often allow interchangeable lenses.
A wraparound shield is a great option for maximising visual field. The lack of frame often means you often forget you are wearing them. As worn by top pro Samantha Stoser.
Frame & Lenses
PRESCRIPTIONDirectly glazed sunglasses minimise weight, and maximise field of view. When coupled with interchangeable lenses, inserts maximise flexibility so you can match the light conditions. We would not recommend varifocals for tennis, as the full lens area is required as you move around the court.
Below you can take a look at the effect of different lens colours for tennis.
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Oakley's best-selling sports sunglasses.
Vent Controller technology reduces lens fogging.
Available with tennis-specific Competivision lens.
Lightweight and functional halfrim frame.
ChromaPop lenses boost contrast and clarity.
Lightweight nylon frame delivers comfort and durability.
Smith's lightest sports frame, weighing just 27 grams.
Aerodynamic frame and lens ventilation channels.
Grip Tech temples give no-slip fit even when wet.
Ticking the boxes for essential sport performance.