Adidas-Beyonder Sunglasses

Training future looking bright? Check out our review of the Adidas Beyonder Sunglasses.


  • Multi-layered, scratch resistant lens
  • Non-slip temples
  • Light-weight frame
  • Adaptable double-snap nose piece
  • Prescription Compatible
  • Retail $119 USD

The big story for me, with the adidas Beyonder Sunglasses, is their overall comfort. Out of the box, I was a little surprised by how light-weight they felt in hand and consequently, had genuine concerns about the durability of the materials. However, I was happy to be wrong. After some research, I discovered the SPX® material used on the frame, is apparently exceptionally durable. As a pair of fashion sunglasses, they were comfortable, and I was impressed how well the Traction Grip™, placed at specific contact points on the temple, helped the Beyonder to stay put while in motion–even while sweating. The adaptable nose piece was easy to change out, and made it simple to find a nice snug fit. The sporty styling of the Beyonder is on point for the season, and the frames are even offered in a few different colors–women’s Ice Blue is pictured above–for men and women.  To protect your eyes,  adidas uses their Vision Advantage™ multi-layered spherical polycarbonate lens, with a scratch-resistant coating. In my opinion, the adidas Beyonder Sunglasses are well worth the $119 USD, and a good solid choice–especially if you’re on the hunt for versatility.

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Jen has been doing triathlon for several years. She is a former bobsled pilot for America Samoa and has a passion for the outdoors; especially winter mountaineering. At home she is wife to a mountain obsessed husband and mother of three girls, but here at EnduranceReview, she is an author, Managing Editor and token chick.