Choosing the right sport glasses is crucial for enhancing your performance, comfort, and safety during physical activities.
To simplify the selection process, ALPE offers a specialized filter that helps you choose the perfect sport glasses based on the following parameters:

  • Face Shape: Thin, Normal
  • Sport: MTB, Cycling, Watersports, Running, Walking, Hiking, Golf
  • Weather: Sunny, Cloudy, Evening, Allround

    This filter allows you to input your specific needs and preferences, ensuring you get the ideal pair of sport glasses for optimal performance and comfort in any condition

    Fit and Face Shape

    • Thin Face: Look for glasses with adjustable nose pads and smaller lenses. Wrap-around styles can provide a secure fit without slipping.
    • Normal Face: Most standard sports glasses will fit well. Ensure they offer a snug fit around the temples and nose.

    Sport-Specific Requirements

    • Mountain Biking (MTB): Opt for glasses with durable frames and impact-resistant lenses. Wrap-around styles protect against debris and offer a wide field of vision.
    • Cycling: Choose aerodynamic glasses with good ventilation to prevent fogging. Polarized lenses help reduce glare from roads and other surfaces.
    • Watersports: Polarized lenses reduce glare from water surfaces, enhancing visibility. Ensure they have a hydrophobic coating to repel water.
    • Running: Lightweight glasses with anti-slip nose pads and temple tips are ideal. High contrast lenses improve visibility in varying light conditions.
    • Walking/Hiking: Versatile glasses with lenses that can handle different weather conditions are recommended. They should be comfortable for long wear.
    • Golf: Glasses with lenses that enhance contrast and depth perception can improve your game. Amber or brown lenses work well on the green.

    Weather Conditions

    Selecting the right lenses based on weather conditions ensures optimal vision and protection:

    • Sunny: Darker lenses with a VLT between 9-12% provide the best protection against bright sunlight.
    • Cloudy: Lenses with a VLT between 13-17% enhance contrast and improve visibility in overcast conditions.
    • Evening: Lighter lenses with a VLT between 18-21% are suitable for low-light conditions, enhancing visibility without darkening your view.
    • Allround: Polarized lenses or high contrast Revo coating lenses are versatile for varying weather, offering clear and sharp vision.