Endura Masai Glasses review

Endura's Masai sunglasses are designed for mixed light conditions. With a tough frame and anti-fog lenses, they sound about right for a classic British winter ride.

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Cycling Weekly Verdict

All in all, Endura's Masai glasses are a good pair of light-reactive shades for low-light conditions, and they're almost ideal for winter riding. They are let down by poor wet weather performance though, so we'd hesitate to recommend them for anything but dry rides.

Reasons to buy
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    Good anti-fog

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    Tough frame

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    Useable reactive lens

Reasons to avoid
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    Very poor water shedding

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Endura's Masai glasses, which boast light reactive - or 'photochromic' lenses - should be just the ticket for the conditions most of us are experiencing at the moment.

With the winter sun sitting low on the horizon for what feels like the whole of a bike ride, it is the perfect time to invest in a pair of reactive leneses.  Light conditions are much more unpredictable in the colder seasons, with shorter days, a low-hanging sun, and changeable weather conditions; it's the perfect time to make the most of sunglasses that can adapt to the conditions.

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