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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.
Using 3D modeling and printing, Protos Eyewear makes sunglasses that fit your face perfectly. The glasses are made from a durable and flexible composite material. Stock 3D printed frames are also available. Fitting demo here.
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.
As the company did with its Aviator model, Ray-Ban updates the Wayfarer with a frame made of Liteforce, a thermoplastic resin that is more lightweight, flexible, durable and comfortable than metal frames.
Similar to Ch00f’s hand-made Kanye glasses, DropShades have a bulit-in microphone and a signal processor. They cause the electroluminescent strips on the shades to light up in sync with the sound around you.
Cheap square aviators, or as we like to call them, Terry Richardsons. They’re definitely not for everyone, but if you have an equally large noggin these are great accessories. Available in black and tortoiseshell.
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.
The packaging of these licensed G.I. Joe sunglasses from Look/See will appeal to your inner child, while the tasteful designs of the frames will satisfy your refined tastes. Limited to only 100 pairs per design.
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.
Bespoke Post’s latest box of goodies includes a luxurious linen beach towel that rolls up thin, but is big enough for two, a pair of folding sunglasses and a set dominoes for leisurely beachside gameplay.