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Sunglasses

Japanese Self-Defense Sunglasses

Japanese Self-Defense Sunglasses

Endorsed by the Japanese military, these glasses can handle some serious impact. While not quite bulletproof, they resist shatters with as much as a 0.3″ diameter object striking the lens at 106mph.

Project No.8 Redgreen Glasses

Project No.8 Redgreen Glasses

Useful for viewing stereoscopic 3D images, but are you actually going to buy them for that? They’re quirky and looks good – it’s that simple. We love how the colors are cast on the wearer’s face.

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Mykita for Japan Sunglasses

Mykita for Japan Sunglasses

Make a statement while supporting relief efforts in Japan. These white lacquered stainless steel glasses have red mirrored lenses, and all proceeds (minus VAT) go to the Japanese Red Cross.

Trussardi 1911 Camo Glasses

Trussardi 1911 Camo Glasses

Created to celebrate the Italian luxury brand’s 100th anniversary, these glasses have handmade Carl Zeiss Vision sunlenses printed with a camouflage pattern. Available this June for $850.

413 Fairfax Sunglasses

413 Fairfax Sunglasses

Inspired by skater Chad Muska, these bold, impact-resistant shades from 413’s CDXIII line send a clear message: you’ve got everything under control, and you look like a real bad-ass.

Shwood Ashland Sunglasses

Shwood Ashland Sunglasses

The new Ashland is as stylish as they come, but the 3-ply frame and 2-ply temple construction makes it especially sturdy. A maple and walnut hardcase can also be purchased for added protection.

Porsche Design P’8478 Aviators

Porsche Design P’8478 Aviators

The P’8478 has lightweight anti-corrosive titanium frames, as well as two pairs of lightweight unbreakable lenses – one reflective and one solid. The aviator’s frames come in four colors.

Maybach Sunglasses

Maybach Sunglasses

Assuming you can’t afford the german luxury auto’s $400k+ pricetag, these similarly swanky shades made from fine materials let you own the Maybach name at an, um, slightly lower cost.

Cutler & Gross 0772 Sunglasses

Cutler & Gross 0772 Sunglasses

The dark lens and black brow, bridge and temple of Cutler & Gross’ 0772 sunglasses are nicely contrasted by the clear undereye, creating an eye-catching look. Handmade in Italy.

Nooka Mercury Sunglasses

Nooka Mercury Sunglasses

The polymer injected frames make these Nooka Mercury sunglasses lightweight, yet durable with a matching rubber nosepiece and ear guards for added comfort. Available in 6 colors.

Dita Grandmaster Three

Dita Grandmaster Three

Whether you’re going out for a drink or already nursing a hangover, you can’t go wrong with the Grandmaster Three, with its 18K gold accents, titanium hinges and anti-reflective lens coating.

Anarchy Artist Sunglass Series

Anarchy Artist Sunglass Series

Brian Ewing’s style is the first to be released in Anarchy Eyewear’s limited edition Artist Series of sunglasses. The 4 participating artists were chosen for their influence and connection to action sports.

9five Sunglasses

9five Sunglasses

9five Eyewear’s Spring and Summer 2010 unisex collection includes four styles with handmade premium acetate frames and high quality CR-39 lenses. Available in multiple colors in May.

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Tom Ford Pablo Sunglasses

Tom Ford Pablo Sunglasses

Pablo Escobar or Pablo Cruise? Channel any Pablo you want to be, when wearing these super-cool shades from Tom Ford. Your eyes will thank you too, thanks to 100% UV protective lenses.

Oakley Split Jacket Sunglasses

Oakley Split Jacket Sunglasses

Perfect for split decisions, Oakley’s Split Jacket sports Switchlock tech to easily change its hydrophobic/oleophobic lenses; also: O Matter frame and Unobtainium nose pads and stem sleeves.

Oakley Crosshair 2.0

Oakley Crosshair 2.0

Oakley’s Crosshair 2.0 shades mix classic aviator design with a two-part modern toric shield lens; it also sports a lightweight C-5 alloy metal frame and hydrophilic Unobtainium earsocks.

SUPER Spring/Summer 2010

SUPER Spring/Summer 2010

SUPER returns to its minimalist roots with its Spring/Summer 2010 line of frames; new lightweight silhouettes include the Andrea, the Lucia, the W, and our favorite, the People.

Night Merge Sunglasses

Night Merge Sunglasses

Cheap Monday’s Night Merge/The Tau shades boast a harder, skeletal look: too-skinny but sturdy metal legs get paired with CM’s vintage horn-rimmed Classic Night frames.

Dita Landmark Sunglasses

Dita Landmark Sunglasses

Dita follows up on its aviator-style Ambassador frames; the equally large Landmark shades eschew curves for a squared, bolder profile with a Titanium frame and zyl acetate temples.

Vestal Vision

Vestal Vision

Vestal Vision is the brand’s first foray into eyewear; all six styles can be previewed online now, and feature Vestal’s own unisex take on classics such as the Aviator and Wayfarer.

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Super & Chocolate Shades

Super & Chocolate Shades

Chocolate Skateboards celebrates its 15th anniversary with Super by releasing 333 pairs of sunglasses; they’re based on the Classic but use both translucent red and grey acetate.

Oakley Scalpel Sunglasses

Oakley Scalpel Sunglasses

Stay sharp and active with Oakley’s Scalpel sunglasses; the impact resistant 8.75 base lenses also enhance peripheral vision while nose pads and stem sleeves get grippier with perspiration.

Nike Defiant Sunglasses

Nike Defiant Sunglasses

Lightweight yet durable, Nike’s Defiant polarized sunglasses do double time for snow and water sports; they feature scratch- and impact-resistant lenses and a ventilated nose bridge.

KR3W X Shades

KR3W X Shades

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 Probation Sunglasses

Oakley Probation Sunglasses

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.

Oakley TACA Fuel Cell

Oakley TACA Fuel Cell

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.

Oakley X SQUARED

Oakley X SQUARED

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.

Craft Outdoorsman Aviators

Craft Outdoorsman Aviators

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.

Lancier by Dita

Lancier by Dita

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.

Oakley x Koston Frogskins

Oakley x Koston Frogskins

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.

Indivijual Eyewear

Indivijual Eyewear

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.

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