Shwood diversifies its wooden sunglasses with its Stone Collection. The glasses’ birch wood frames and temples are sandwiched in 1mm thick sheets of slate. In gray and black, limited to 200 pieces each.
Oakley has an online configurator for its various sunglasses, including the popular Frogskins. You can mix and match 6 frames and 12 lenses with an option to etch custom text or an MLB logo.
Licensed Dexter shades from Look/See have a frame made from custom acetate with blood spatter graphic. It comes with a replica of Dexter’s trophy box along with 10 removable blood slides.
On the surface, they remind us of our classic Ray-Bans, but JackHawk 9000 sunglasses conceal a secret in each of its durable titanium arms – a fully-functional bottle opener.
Ray-Ban has finally released a foldable version of its most popular sunglasses. It has 8 hinges allowing it to be folded at the bridge and temples. Available in 5 lens/frame combinations.
Originally made for the U.S. military, with glass lenses offering 98-100% UV protection. The ones pictured have a 23K gold frame, but there are other frames, lenses and temples available.
The Liteforce Tech Aviators are Ray-Ban’s update on its classic sunglasses. Instead of metal, these ones are made from a thermoplastic bio-material that is very light, durable and comfortable.
Andy Takemoto makes frames by hand, using different kinds of wood as well as bamboo, making each product unique. You can also have a message lasered into the sunglasses’ arms.