Tracksmith The Charles Running Sunglasses

Aug 21, 2018

Category: Gear

Inspired by daily runs on the Charles River, Tracksmith collaborated with the Michigan-based Article One sports company to create a pair of shades made for marathon lovers. These are the first pair of running sunglasses that Tracksmith has produced and, just like the rest of their reliable running gear, they blend modern technology with a classic silhouette.

Constructed from lightweight TR90 polymer plastic with a wire core skeleton, these shades won’t weigh you down on your way to your PR (personal record). To ensure they don’t fall off, even when you kick things into high gear, these shades are made with silicone pads on the nose and earpieces. They also feature Italian-made Divel CR-39 polarized lenses to block 100% of UVA /UVB rays for those punishing runs under the sun that will get you to the next level. You can order a pair of these sharp, utilitarian sunglasses right now and chances are they’ll be your go-to running sun blockers. These technical shades are available in gold, wine and navy.

Purchase: $255

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