Awesome Glasses

Captain 3D Glasses

Captain 3D Glasses
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Next time you go out to see a 3D movie, don’t look like a dweeb with those cheap glasses the theater gives you. You’ll be the hippest one in the row in these designer polarized lenses for RealD movies.

Herrlicht Wooden Eyeglasses

Herrlicht Wooden Eyeglasses

Designer Andreas Licht creates stylish eyeglasses from maple, pear and walnut woods. Tones and textures vary in each pair, and the individual grain of the wood is preserved like the rings in a tree.

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Lost Polar Beer Glasses

Lost Polar Beer Glasses
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If you’re sad because Lost is in its final season, you can cry into your beer with these fun pint glasses from Ian Leino. Wait – did they ever explain why that bear was on the island anyway???

SIRE Glasses

SIRE Glasses

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.

Max Event Spectacles

Max Event Spectacles
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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.

Moscot Theroux Glasses

Moscot Theroux Glasses
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Created for actor Justin Theroux, a long time Moscot customer, these bold Theroux frames are vintage French-styled and an exact replica of the pair he wore in Mulholland Drive.

Porsche P’8810 Spectacles

Porsche P’8810 Spectacles
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Porsche Design’s P’8810s successfully ditch the old fogey stigma associated with spectacles; made with titanium, they consist of eight segments that fold into a lighter-sized spiral.

Vuzix 920AV VR Goggles

Vuzix 920AV VR Goggles

Resembling sunglasses, Vuzix’s 920AV virtual reality goggles feature see-thru lens that let you still see the world around you, while viewing images as if on a 60″ monitor at 9 feet.

Diesel FDLYP Sunglasses

Diesel FDLYP Sunglasses
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A remix of the classic Aviator style, Diesel’s FDLYP sunglasses have a continuous shield lens with brown gradient tints on a minimalist frame, barely accented with contrast striping.

DITA Statesman Frames

DITA Statesman Frames
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When trend guru William Yan speaks we tend to take notice; these DITA Statesman frames mix horn-rimmed acetate goodness with hex rivets and diamond pattern titanium.

Ralph Lauren Purple Label

Ralph Lauren Purple Label
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Rounded and retro, Ralph Lauren’s Purple Label glasses are the epitome of low-key cool; we dig their scratch-proof rims which also fold away. Choose from black, brown or havana.

Tom Ford 007 Sunglasses

Tom Ford 007 Sunglasses
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Forget Gov. Palin’s glasses, for guys, there’s no topping Tom Ford’s James Bond aviator sunglasses. Worn in QoS by Daniel Craig, they come in four colors and are made in Italy.

Tag Heuer C-Flex

Tag Heuer C-Flex

More well-known for their ritzy watches, Tag Heuer’s C-Flex is a carbon-fiber eyeglass frame with auto-adjustable nosepads and titanium metal pieces; they’ll be available Spring ’09.

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German Goggles

German Goggles
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These retro German Goggles have mad scientist written all over them; they’re actually functional, with an adjustable strap and scratch-resistant safety glass that unscrews for easy cleaning.

Concept: Nike Hindsight

Concept: Nike Hindsight

Billy May’s Nike Hindsight concept uses Fresnel lens to extend the peripheral vision of wearers by 25 degrees on either side; images are distorted, but it’s enough to detect motion. Thanks, Verto!

Gunnar Optics

Gunnar Optics
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Gunnar Optics’ i-AMP glasses are designed for heavy duty computer users; they promise to reduce eyestrain through a unique combo of lens materials, tints, coatings and geometry.

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