We’re not big on white frames, but KR3W’s X Shades are a tasteful reinterpretation of the Wayfarer-style with a white half frame, smoked lenses, and silver accented hardware.
Oakley’s new Probation sunglasses (regular or polarized) sport a single lens with polaric ellipsoid geometry to minimize distortion and five-metal alloy C-5 straight-stem frame.
Help solve the puzzle of autism with Oakley’s TACA Fuel Cell sunglasses; each sports the TACA logo and puzzle motif on a polished black O Matter Frame with Plutonite lenses.
MST3K fans will always watch movies with Tom Servo and Crow in mind, but these laser-cut Mst3shades literally keep them in your field of vision; plans here; Ponoko-version here.
Metal but not massive, Oakley’s X SQUARED sunglasses are made with lightweight titanium alloy; also: anti-glare uV lenses that are hydrophobic, oleophobic, and impact resistant.
Ray Ban’s iconic Aviators get an upscale update with the Craft Outdoorsman; it sports a brow bar wrapped in hand-stitched genuine deer leather with blue or brown teardrop lenses.
Dita’s Lancier collection is made for drivers, pilots, and sailors; three sets of polarized, zero-distortion lenses are available, plus lightweight frames made out of titanium and zyl acetate.
Pro skateboarder Eric Koston and Oakley’s Frogskins not only look like wood, but feel like it too; the tone-on-tone shades sport a dark wood grain, dark grey lenses and EK logo pouch.
That “j” is no typo–Indivijual Eyewear is all about unique, one-of-a-kind eyeglasses and sunglasses that are not only perfectly sized but match your hair, skin, eyes and personality.
Wood is good with Portland’s Shwood sunglasses; two handcrafted retro-style frames are available, each using Zebrawood, Wenge or Maple with Italian Carl Zeiss lenses.
Introducing The Phoenix, The Hundreds’ first eyewear line: debuting 9/24 at their LA and SF locations, the Wayfarer-style shades are handcrafted in Italy and come in four colorways.
Designers Aekae and Swisshorn team up for the SIRE collection; it features frames made out of thin, criss-crossing layers of water buffalo horn which are then polished by hand.
Oakley’s A Frame goggles get the L-R-G treatment: in addition to integrated surge ports, and anti-fog inner lens, they’ll get a mirror polished black finish and Gold Iridium lens.
Granted, you’ll look like a time traveler or mad-scientist wearing one, but these Max Event Spectacles can magnify objects up to 2.1X times and are also anti-reflective to block glare.
Oakley and DQM bring together two of our loves (pork fat and polarized eyewear) and ham it up with Bacon Frogskins; we admit it’s hit or miss, but we’d pig out in these any day.
They’re uber-lux at $4,000, but Oakley’s C SIX sunglasses are worth it: each is crafted from a 40-layer thick block of carbon fiber with a titanium spine and rotary cams for flexibility.
Dragon Alliance’s Machine sunglasses are a motley blend of cool industrial vibes plus snowboard aesthetic with nylon shield lenses, a stippled stainless steel frame, and 3 barrel hinge.
Super’s new Luciano sunglasses are polarizing, and we ain’t talking about the Zeiss lenses: each sports an ultra-angular, flat-topped wayfarer frame with 5-barrel metal stop hinge.
Just in time for Fall, Oakley’s King’s Camo Straight Jacket shades feature desert or woodland graphics; each also utilizes VR28 lenses with enhanced contrast and depth perception.
The Aviator gets sand & surf friendly with Maui Jim’s new Sugar Beach sunglasses; they sport anti-corrosive pin hinges and saltwater-safe lenses that block glare, UV and manage blue light.
Dragon Alliance and pro-surfer Rob Machado’s Experience sunglasses get an eco-friendly E.C.O. Matte edition; they’re the first shades whose materials are 100% renewable in origin.
Australian eyewear brand Colab’s 2009/2010 collection has begun trickling out to retailers; eclectic is the name of the game, with artists given complete freedom to design frames.
Superdry’s Co Pilot shades refresh the classic Aviator; choose from sharp blue/chrome or black/gold colorways, both sporting logo-stamped diagonal crossbars and rubber earpieces.
Oakley has been providing custom eyewear for some time, but they’re now offering their Rework Pack, Holeshot watch and Crowbar goggles with choose-it-yourself colors.
Oakley’s Gascan shades may be inspired by muscle cars, but these special edition Bob Burnquist specs are fuel sippers: they’re made with recycled materials and sport bamboo accents.
Perhaps we’re in an alternate reality, but Super’s extra-thick Ciccio frames are both nerdy and cool; choose the dark grey Grigio Topos with clear lens or white Avorios with dark lens.
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