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Runners and sunglasses do not always get along. Usually they bounce with each step, wiggle around on your face every stride or just become a giant annoyance during short or long runs.
I’ve had that problem before, but not with these sunglasses. From xx2i, the best part about these frames is the rubber nose pad. That thing keeps the glasses snug on the bridge of your nose and keeps them from hopping around every so often.
It also helps to have rubber pieces on the temple tips/earpiece.Another major issue I sometimes have, depending on humidity or chill, is that the sunglasses fog up easily. I like that these xx2i sunglasses have a little slit in the upper corners to allow air in and out, helping to avoid that problem.
This model allows for swapping of the lenses for different colors, as needed/wanted. You can also swap the temple tips to best match your gear, if you’re so inclined.
I’ll keep this short and simple: If you’re looking for a new pair of sunglasses to use while running, biking, working out or just for normal everyday use, I’d recommend a pair from xx2i.
From what I’ve seen during my usage, they work, simple as that.