Bollé’s sport shades offer great coverage with a wide frame which prevents side glare. Made from a proprietary nylon, they’re durable, but lightweight. We’re particularly enamored of the black with red accents and fire-tinted lens.
Made from real carbon fiber handcrafted in Italy, these sunglasses are as functional as they are stylish. The arms are attached with rose gold spring hinges, and the dark lenses are unpolarized so as not to affect viewing of LCD screens.
After coming across someone tossing their old vinyl LPs, the guys at Parkman decided to put them to good use, transforming the old records into the veneer for their already awesome black walnut and birch wood sunglasses.
Shwood’s limited-edition Newspaper collection eyewear is made by pressing and gluing layers of recycled newsprint into wood-like logs, then cutting them into eyeglass shapes. Available in sunglass and RX models.
Unlike most sunglasses with built-in earphones, Soundglasses use bone-conducting transducers to deliver sound through your temple, leaving your ears free to listen to your surroundings. It also has attachments for prescription lenses.
These sunglasses have extremely malleable temples and nose pieces, so you can adjust how they fit, fold the glasses for storage and more. They’re also modular, allowing you to mix and match lenses and temples.
Like Hand Eye Supply’s offerings, Restoration Hardware’s horn-rimmed safety glasses are stylish alternatives to the workshop staple. It has polycarbonate lenses, adjustable steel temples and removable perforated side shields.
Shades with a unique stainless steel hinge that let you swap their temples within seconds and without using tools. They’ll launch with 12 frames and 12 temple designs. Each pair of sunglasses will come with with two pairs of temples.
Turn yourself into a meme and tell the sun to deal with it with this silly pair of sunglasses. CNC-Design replicated the pixelated shades used in the famous meme using laser-cut and engraved smoked acrylic.
Sunpocket makes foldable shades for people who love sports and the outdoors. The sunglasses have an unbreakable polycarbonate lenses with 100% UV protection. The lenses and frames come in a variety of designs and colors.
Get your Nite Owl steeze on with this awesome pair of sunglasses. The Mallory is part of the Mylon line of sports sunglasses, which are lightweight yet durable. It also has Mykita’s patented screw-less hinge mechanism.
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.
Tzukuri are sunglasses with a Bluetooth chip that alerts you via a mobile app if you’ve forgotten them. A small solar cell on the frame charges the chip. Coming soon in six stylish designs. Sign up to be reminded when they’re available.
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.
Leather’s worming its way back into everything. As the great Jalen Anthony Rose loves to say, you “got to give the people what they want.” You can now get the versatile Wayfarer in brown or black calf leather.
They did it with the Aviator and with the Wayfarer. Now Ray-Ban has released a foldable variant of its Clubmaster sunglasses. The Folding Clubmaster has six hinges, including hidden ones on the bridge. Available in four designs.
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.
A hip collection of glasses from Cynthia Rowley’s Mr. Powers. They offer a diverse array of urban looks, our faves being Nos. 24 in gold, 97 in green horn, and 41 in black. They’re well priced and available w/prescription lenses.
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.
Neon Nightlife offers sunglasses outlined with electroluminescent wire. They have a small battery pack that uses 2 AA batteries and lasts between 12 to 24 hours. Available in different styles and light colors. Videos here.