TriEye Bike Sunglasses Mirror

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TriEye Sport REVO Bike Sunglasses Mirror

You can choose your bike sunglasses mirror on left or right side depending where in the world you bike and you can choose different sizes and colors on the frame. The lenses are made from Polycarbonate which make them both strong and light. You can chose clear lens for riding in cloudy weather, REVO blue/red for sunny days or photo chromatic lenses that changes color depending on the weather. See the different option in their webshop.

  • STAY SAFE: The fixed rear-view mirror allows you to see the traffic and other cyclists behind with just a slight twist on your head.
  • PERFECT VIEW: The mirror is placed on an adjustable ball head so that you can adjust the mirror for optimal rear view. Put on your TriEye eyewear and your mirror is in perfect place – always, no need to constantly adjust as with detachable handlebar or helmet mirrors.
  • TWO LENSES INCLUDED: One REVO lens for sunny days and one clear lens for cloudy days/nights; both lenses have the integrated mirror
  • SIZING: Medium will fit most adults with an average distance between the eyes. If distance between eyes is less than average, choose size small
  • AWARDS: ISPO Award Gold Winner; Eurobike Start Up Public’s Choice Award; Taipei Cycle d&i Award

At you can purchase a TriEye Alternative - Catorlen Bike Goggles Rearview Mirror for only $14.99., which is 90% less than the cost in eBay ($149.99). The cheapest price was found on May 16, 2023 3:20 pm. – View Buying Options




ColorRed & White
Frame MaterialRubber
Lens MaterialPolycarbonate
Item Dimensions LxWxH4.5 x 5.6 x 2 inches
TriEye Bike Sunglasses Mirror
released on November 4, 2019


TriEye - Keep an Eye on the Traffic when doing Sports - Trieye

Adjustable mirror. People have a different head size and different distance between the eyes so TriEye comes with two different frame sizes. You can read more about frame size under product info. The mirror is placed on a ball socket so that you can easily adjust the mirror with your finger to get a perfect rearview.

Home - Trieye - Seeing Beyond the Visible

TriEye provides cutting edge Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) sensing technology to address the challenge of safe and reliable ADAS/Autonomous Vehicle vision under adverse weather and other common low-visibility conditions. Our unique semiconductor design enables the mass production of cost-effective, high-resolution SWIR cameras.

TriEye Sport REVO Bike Glasses with Integrated ...

TriEye was molded from Grilamid TR90, a tough plastic polymer that is light yet structurally stable. It has high heat and UV resistance and will retain its shape through long hours in the sun. It is used in all high-end performance eyewear and that is why we chose it. Front picture, Photo-chromatic, TriEye Eyewear



12 Reviews for TriEye Bike Sunglasses Mirror

  1. Gilman Canyon

    I have been a road cyclist for the past twenty years and in that time have tried every sort of bike-specific mirror imaginable: Bar end, those which affix to eyeglass temples, those which adhere magnetically to eyeglass lenses, and those which affix via Velcro or suction to a helmet’s interior or outer shell. While each of the products could be said to have worked, each had one or more drawbacks, stylistically, functionally or both. The TriEye glasses work, and work brilliantly. So much so that I purchased three pairs: One for me, a pair for my wife, and a spare pair in case of breakage or misplacement. Neither of us would ever want to head out on a ride without wearing these glasses –they’re that important to us.Functionally the glasses provide a small but clear view of traffic to one’s rear. The glasses’ mirror is infinitely tweak-able and once set stays set. Stylistically they are, in my view, light years ahead of any of the other products / product types I mentioned above.

  2. Nich

    I am a masters sculler, and have for years used the clip on mirrors on the bill of my hat. These worked, but were always knocked out of adjustment. After seeing an add for these I was willing to give them a try despite the expense. I have been quite happy with them, as they stay in place, and provide a good view, though it is not a wide field. I find that I have to turn my head slightly in order to pick up the bow ball, and see directly behind me.I ordered the pair with a lens on each side, which wasn’t really necessary. 99% of the time I use my dominant (right) eye, and not the other.I had an early pair of these, and have found the lens changes to be difficult. Not sure if this has improved.They do require an adjustment period as your brain and eye become coordinated to the view, but it was pretty quick in my case. Unlike cyclists, rowers are trying see a well defined picture in the direction of travel, rather than just something coming up from behind.I won’t row without them.

  3. Seth Prosterman, Ph.D.

    These integrated sunglasses and rear view mirror are, by far, the best solution for bicyclists who want a quick and easy way to see what is coming up behind them. I rarely write review for products, but felt compelled to let others know how amazing Trieye rear view sunglasses are. I am not a verified reviewer and was not given anything to review this product. I have tried two other rear view mirrors, and both were inferior to the the Trieye. I am an average sport cyclist and my wife is a triathlete. I bought a pair of the photochromatic sunglasses for each of us and we use them exclusively now when riding. The sunglasses are stylish, and the lenses cut the glare in all conditions. The photochromic effect works great. The rear view mirror affords us a quick way to check behind for cars or other riders with just a slight movement of one’s head. The rear view is clear, wide and has an excellent field of view. They are easy and comfortable to wear. Just follow the simple mirror adjustment instructions and you are on your way. To top it off, the company’s customer service is excellent and was quick to respond to inquiries.

  4. MJF, M.D.

    I was quite excited about getting these glasses and thought they would be a great option. However, once I tried them, I was very disappointed. In my opinion, the rear view was very limited, unlike shown in their video. There are much better and safer options out there. I returned the glasses.

  5. Jack L.

    Switching lenses is too hard and a breakage risk – I’m returning to look for a better product or a simple helmet mirror. They need to improve product to make lenses stable, but easily interchangeable. I never even tried to use them, so I won’t comment on their effectiveness.

  6. Dann

    I thought they would be gimmicky, but I really love them. I’m an older cyclist and turning my head far enough to see traffic behind me is getting more difficult. Now I just flick my head and eyes to the left and see what’s behind me.

  7. Michael MacIntyre

    These are nice glasses but the little tiny lens is so hard to see i feel like its more of a risk to look at

  8. William Ziska

    I ride about 10-15 miles a day in Downtown Chicago, so am on the street and the lakefront. Love these glasses, it will take you a few days to position the mirror and turn your head to see what is behind you, but once you get it, it’s better than the mirror I used to have on the handlebars, or on my helmet. It’s actually kinda amazing that a quick turn of the head allows me to see what’s coming up behind me, be it cars or other cyclists. I bought 2 pairs one for clear lenses one for sunshine. I know that’s overkill but it’s so much easier to just grab the right pair and go for a ride and switch out the lenses you get with one pair.

  9. SCrunner

    Nice sunglasses but the tiny mirror is a joke.

  10. Stacy L.

    Product is excellent for any outdoor activity where you need to be conscious of the areas behind you. No slip nosepiece & the fit on your head is just right – no pain at the ears from a tight fit. They stay put without effort!

  11. mary ann casey

    Very hard to get used toTakes a while to find the right angle to use the mirror.

  12. Entrepreneur Man

    If you want to look cool with decent lens? Get these— but don’t waste your time buying it for the rear view- I will keep them because the shades do work but the inset mirror is way too small to be of any real value for rear viewing-

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