Best sports fan sunglasses according to redditors

We found 13 Reddit comments discussing the best sports fan sunglasses. We ranked the 12 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Sports Fan Sunglasses:

u/metalmau5 · 5 pointsr/wheredidthesodago
u/ChineseSweatPants · 5 pointsr/bicycling

These also look A LOT like these.

u/checkpoint_hero · 4 pointsr/Browns

$10 my dude or a little more discreet for $13

u/jayjaym · 3 pointsr/migraine

Your symptoms sound nearly identical to mine. I am ridiculously photosensitive to fluorescent lights. My problems started to develop about 9 years ago. At it's worst, I struggled with mood swings, fatigue, depression, and 3 - 4 excruciating migraines a week. It was about four years of utter misery before I started to get it under control, and it nearly caused a divorce. Now it just kind of sucks, but I've learned how to live with it.

I was fortunate to be well established in my job and to have a career that lends itself to working from home when my problems started. I work as a computer programmer for a large and fortunately for me somewhat frugal corporation. In the past 9 years, I've only had to actually go into the office once because they are to cheap to pay for any travel! Working from home I am able to just kind of veg out in front of the PC and do just the bare minimum I need to get done if I'm having a bad day.

I've been a bit restless and looking for a career change lately, but starting out an interview having to explain why I am wearing sunglasses is not ideal. So far, I've been unsuccessful.


  1. Get better sunglasses. I wear some WileyX Airrage motorcycle glasses. I get the stock lenses replaced. I have them custom tinted by my optometrist very dark and with a sort of purplish color I find soothing to my eyes (about the same color tone you would find with black lights). I also have about the top 1/3 completely blacked out so that they block the direct view of any lighting from above (it's easier than wearing a hat all the time). These sunglasses also have a gasket that runs around the edge and blocks any light from leaking through on the sides.

  2. Eliminate fluorescent from your life as much as possible. This includes any CFL's at home and any non-LED computer monitors or TV's. Non-LED TV's and monitors use a CCFL as the back light, which is essentially a tiny fluorescent tube. When you use them, you are staring directly into a fluorescent light. Seriously... just eliminate fluorescent light from your life. Fluorescent is poison to you. Less is better. None is fantastic.

  3. Eliminate fluorescent from your life as much as possible. In case you thought I was kidding in number 2. I wasted a lot of time testing myself and hoping that maybe this time would be different and the fluorescent lights wouldn't make my brain try to escape through my eye sockets. Maybe this time I could handle it. Don't fool yourself.

  4. Try a fluorescent detox for at least a week and see how you feel. Go a solid week with absolutely zero fluorescent light exposure. I'm willing to bet your depression will subside and you will have more energy than you remember having. Before I knew that fluorescent lights were causing my problems I happened to go on a week long camping and hiking trip. It was a solid week with no artificial lighting except flashlights and camp fires. Holy cow did I feel fantastic by the end of the week. My symptoms had developed slowly over the course of years so that I didn't realize just how crappy I was feeling all of the time until I wasn't anymore.

  5. When you do have to be under fluorescent lights take a break from the light as often as possible. Go outside and get some sunlight. Look off in the distance and let your eyes relax.


    I am currently trying out a daily aspirin combined with propranolol three times a day. My current theory is that my migraines are caused by insufficient blood flow to my eyes when under the stress of fluorescent lighting. My blood pressure was already on the low side of normal, but the propranolol helps keep it low. The daily aspirin functions as a blood thinner to help improve blood flow. I've been using it for about 10 months, and I'm cautiously optimistic. My symptoms seem to be ever so slowly regressing, and I've been able to do some things that would have previously left me incapacitated with a migraine. I'm hoping that after a couple of years I can get to a point at least resembling normal.
u/proppycopter · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Smith Optics. They fit my head perfectly without pinching, and stay in place even when running around.

u/hannaht1245 · 2 pointsr/olivertree

couldn’t find his but these are as close as i could get




u/codesauce · 2 pointsr/bicycling

I use these with good results: RockBros Cycling Sunglasses Photochromic Bike Glasses for Men Women Sports Goggles UV Protection White Red

u/klukins · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/director5831 · 1 pointr/doctorwho

Outray Classic Wayfarer UV400 Dark Lens Eyeware Sunglasses

u/lk05321 · 1 pointr/cycling

I wear these. Photochromic, UV, full wrap, safety glasses, stylish enough, cheap enough not to care if they get dinged up by insects flying at me.