Adidas market the Evil Eye in their bike-specific range, but when on a ride you feel rather unprotected due to the narrow frame design. This is most obvious when riding on drops or in the aero position: you end up looking over the top of the glasses or at the top of the frame.
However, they do provide great vision laterally with the large wrap-around design, and the lenses have a really good tint for the road that really highlights the route, especially in dull conditions. The main plus point, though, is the adjustability: both arms adjust vertically, and the nose bridge adjusts in and out, enabling you to really customise them to your head shape. They’re also comfortable on the run and are, overall, generally good with some clever adjustments. Ultimately, though, they fail during their intended use on the bike.
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