Koo Open Cube sunglasses review

A smaller lens cycling sunglasses option for those who favour function over form

Koo Open Cube sunglasses
(Image: © Aaron Borrill)

Cyclingnews Verdict

Lightweight sunglasses with smaller lens and unique arm swivel design

Pros

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    Lightweight

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    Clear field of view

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    Quality on par with rivals

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    Superb fit and helmet compatibility

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    Array of frame colour and lens options

Cons

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    More expensive than established brands

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Koo might be a new entrant to the best cycling glasses category but, in a relatively short space of time, the brand has managed to work its way into the top rungs of WorldTour cycling. A subsidiary of Italian helmet maker, Kask, Koo supplies both the men's and women's Trek-Segafredo teams with sunglasses - namely the Koo Orion and, the Open Cubes you see here.

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