Our informal polling voted these the best-looking of the bunch — which is sort of like winning the bikini contest at zombie beach. Engineered to provide a great fit with a bike helmet: They did an excellent job blocking wind, despite having the narrowest width and smallest lens surface area. Meanwhile the narrow temples didn’t get in the way of helmet straps and fit easily into the slots at the top of our skull-saver. But the downside on this first-gen product was poor durability: They broke when we sat on them and were more prone to scratching than a toddler with poison oak. We expected a bit more given the price.