Red Bull Spect Flow cycling sunglasses review

New sunglasses use a unique floating lens for comfort and clarity. We've been using them on-road and off to see if facial full-suspension really works

Red Bull Spect Flow sunglasses
(Image: © Guy Kesteven)

Cyclingnews Verdict

Outstanding face-moulding with fog-free optics but the split frame does add minor complications


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    'Suspension' really works

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    Face-moulding fit

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    Great ventilation

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    Tough, scratch-resistant lens

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    Excellent optics


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    Slightly awkward to adjust

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    Feel weird in the hand

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Just when you think every possible sports glasses design had been done, Red Bull Spect has come up with another option with its Flow 'suspended lens' glasses. While that presents some small issues and doesn't work quite as well on the face as in theory, they're still excellent lightweight optics with standout ventilation. Read on to see how they compete with the best cycling glasses.

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