2023 Tour de France Sunglasses Brands and Models Guide

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Mark Cavendish Wearing Oakley Kato
Mark Cavendish wearing Oakley Kato sunglasses

Sunglasses are a big part of modern-day cycling, and there is no bigger race than the Tour de France for cycling sunglasses brands to show off their latest designs. While some brands, such as Oakley and 100 Percent are easily recognizable, many other lesser-known brands exist, especially for those outside of Europe.

The riders are usually given a choice of models and designs depending on factors such as if they’re in one of the leaders’ jerseys, weather conditions, or just personal preference.

In 2023, there will be 12 sunglasses brands represented at the Tour de France. Oakley (four teams), Ekoi (four teams), and 100 Percent (four teams) have the biggest presence, followed by Scicon (two teams).

All the cycling sunglasses worn at the Tour de France are often available for cycling fans. Depending on the brand, they can cost anywhere from $100 to $400.

Rider’s sunglasses brands and models

2023 Tour de France Jonas Vingegaard Oakley Sweep Lite Sunglasses 1
Jonas Vingegaard Oakley Sweep Lite Sunglasses

Here are the sunglasses models worn by some of the most popular riders at the Tour de France. Note that the models below are their favorite ones, but sometimes they might switch to another model from the same brand.

Rider nameSunglass models
Jonas VingegaardOakley Sutro Sweep
Tadej PogacarScicon Aeroscope
Jai Hindley100 Percent Speedcraft
Wout van AertOakley Kato
Oakley Encoder
Adam YatesScicon Aeroscope
Scicon Aeroshade
Jasper PhilipsenOakley Kato
Mathieu van der PoelOakley Kato
Mark CavendishOakley Kato
Biniam GirmayUvex Sportstyle 236
Mads Pederson100 Percent S3
Peter Sagan100 Percent Speedtrap
Neilson PowlessPOC Aspire
Tom PidcockSunGod Vulcans
Sepp KussOakley Sutro Sweep
Caleb EwanEkoi Premium 90
Sunglasses brands and models worn by popular riders

Team’s sunglasses brands and models

2023 Tour de France Tadej Pogacar Scicon Aeroscope Sunglasses
Adam Yates and Tadej Pogacar with the Scicon Aeroshade sunglasses
TeamSunglass brandSunglass models
Astana-Qazaqstan Team
Soudal Quick-Step
Sutro Sweep
Israel-Premier Tech
Lotto Dstny
Team Arkea-Samsic
EkoiPremium 90
Movistar Team
Total Energies
100 PercentHypercraft
Team Jayco Alula
UAE Team Emirates
AG2R Citroen TeamSmith OpticsBobcat
Bahrain VictoriousRudy ProjectDefender
EF Education-EasyPostPOCAim
Ineos GrenadiersSunGodGTs
Intermarche-Circus-WantyUvexSportstyle 231
Sportstyle 236
Team DSMDriivePro Aero
Pro Race
UNO-X Pro Cycling TeamSweet ProtectionMemento
Sunglasses brands and models at the 2023 Tour de France

2023 Tour de France sunglasses photos

2023 Tour de France Mark Cavendish Oakley Kato Sunglasses
Mark Cavendish Oakley Kato sunglasses
2023 Tour de France Wout van Aert Oakley Sutro Lite Sunglasses
Wout van Aert wearing Oakley Sutro Lite sunglasses
2023 Tour de France Wout van Aert Oakley Encoder Sunglasses
Wout van Aert wearing Oakley Encoder sunglasses
2023 Tour de France Mathieu van der Poel Oakley Kato Sunglasses
Mathieu van der Poel wearing Oakley Kato Sunglasses
2023 Tour de France Jasper Philipsen Oakley Kato Sunglasses
Jasper Philipsen wearing Oakley Sutro Lite Sunglasses
2023 Tour de France Jai Hindley 100 Percent Speedcraft Sunglasses
Jai Hindley wearing 100 Percent Speedcraft sunglasses
2023 Tour de France Adam Yates Scicon Aeroscope Sunglasses 2
Adam Yates wearing Scicon Aeroscope sunglasses
2023 Tour de France Neilson Powless POC Aspire Sunglasses
Neilson Powless wearing POC Aspire sunglasses
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Alex Lee is the founder and editor-at-large of Mr. Mamil. Coming from a professional engineering background, he breaks down technical cycling nuances into an easy-to-understand and digestible format here.

He has been riding road bikes actively for the past 12 years and started racing competitively in the senior category during the summer recently.