Sunglasses may not protect you from a bad call or wicked tan lines, but they can help you to see your opponent’s backhand more clearly. The right pair of tennis sunglasses will protect your eyes and help control glare. Now, controlling your temper on the other hand? That’s up to you.

tennis sunglasses

Key Qualities of Tennis Sunglasses:

  • Remain light on your feet with a lightweight sunglass style that won’t interfere with your game.
  • Wrap around style sunglasses will provide a continuous clear view of the court so you don’t miss a beat. You can check out our collection of sports sunglasses here.

1. Vagabond

vagabond sunglasses

A wraparound style is essential when it comes to sports sunglasses. Polarization helps, too. Our Vagabond shades feature both. If you’re hitting the court on a bright, sunny day, try these sunglasses in a smoke lens, as it will darken your view while maintaining color clarity.

2. Cliff

cliff sunglasses

With a lightweight frame and glare-cutting polarized lenses, our Cliff sunglasses are a solid choice for both overcast and sunny days. Amber lenses work to heighten contrast and improve your vision on the court while the functional design keeps the sunglasses put when hitting around. Game, set, match.

3. Renegade

renengade sunglasses

Another wraparound style (noticing a trend here?) that will get the job done on the court. Metal temples allow for a more adjustable and customized fit, while the lenses are shatter-resistant, just in case. Try out our Renegade shades for your next sunny tennis workout.

4. Yosemite

yosemite sunglasses

If you’re not a huge plastic person, check out out Yosemite sunglasses. This sporty lightweight style features polarized lenses and a sleek metal frame.

5. Arcadia

arcadia sunglassesFor the dudes out there that really dislike sports sunglasses, try our Arcadia shades. While still durable, these sunglasses are definitely a frontrunner in the style category. Complete with a matte frame and polarized lenses, you’re guaranteed to be the best-looking guy on the court.

For more on the benefits of different lenses, visit our Guide to Sunglass Tints

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