Shwood continues to diversify its wooden sunglasses with the Fifty-Fifty Titanium Collection. The three sunglasses all have frames made from a single sheet of titanium, which are then paired with hardwood temples.
Now you can order custom Ray-Ban sunglasses online. Choose one of seven models and customize the color or material of its frame, lens, case and temple tips. You can also have the case and temple tips engraved.
Shwood teamed up with Louisville Slugger to create these awesome limited-edition shades that are perfect for a sunny day at the ballpark. They’re made from reclaimed ash wood from old and broken baseball bats.
EXOvault’s Kingsland eyeglasses have solid aluminum frames. You can order just the frames or with non-prescription lenses installed. Available in silver and black; more colors and plating options coming soon.
Simple functionality and a low-key design make ION optical and sun smartglasses a great idea. Customizable LED lights in the frame provide notifications while bluetooth capability allows you to control a smartphone or tablet remotely.
EnChroma makes sunglasses with lens that filter light to enhance colors that colorblind people wouldn’t otherwise see. It comes in three designs and two types. Sadly, they won’t work with computer screens or in low light.
These boldly-styled frames offer Oakley’s interchangeable switchlock lens system, and include both a OO Red Iridium polarized lens to dramatically cut glare and improve contrast, as well as a Black Iridium lens and a sturdy case.
Sam Hilliard’s retro chic SomNoir eyewear collection features genuine bull horn from India, which is frequently removed to protect the herd from one another. Each pair is one of a kind and handcrafted in San Francisco.
The classic Clubmaster given a more eye-catching look. The temples and upper lens rims are made of lightweight aluminum with a silver finish, while the rest of the lens rim and the bridge both have a gold finish.
Capital Eyewear has created just 25 pairs of these gorgeous handmade shades, using reclaimed wood from 1,000+ year-old redwood trees which were cut down back in the 1800s to build a railroad bridge. Available 5/13/13.
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