Shopping Picks in Sunglasses
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Talk about high-tech: the Oakley Men's Gascan Sunglasses sport lenses that are cut from a single shield and mounted in the frame to maintain a unbroken contour for a truly unique look. I also like that they have 100% UV filtering and XYZ Optics, an innovation that gives clear viewing at all angles.
Take a cue from one of history’s chicest women, and sport these Ray-Ban Women's Jackie OHH II Sunglasses at the beach. Their oversized frames are a trend that will never go out of style, and I like the fact that they offer supreme sun coverage and are prescription-lens ready, so they can be worn for driving as well.
It never fails. Whenever I'm over visiting my mom, she always misplaces her glasses. That's why, this Mother's Day, I'm giving her one of these Vera Bradley Hard Eyeglass Cases. Each structured case is covered with Bradley's signature quilted cotton, which is available in a variety of eye-popping designs. No matter which one you choose, it's sure to catch your mom's eye the next time she loses sight of her eyeglasses.
A stylish pair of sunglasses is essential while on vacation. Ray Ban's Wayfarer-style sunglasses have been around since the 1950's and for good reason: The classic style looks good on just about anyone. This selection of Ray Ban 'Updated Wayfarer' Cat's Eye Sunglasses offers a little different take on the popular frames with a flirty cat's-eye silhouette and ombré-shaded frames. The frame is available in multiple colors to match your style.
The seventies certainly had its fair share of fashion that we'd like to forget (bell-bottoms, anyone?). But we have to admit that the sunglasses styles that came out of that decade were pretty snazzy. This selection of Nike Vintage Sunglasses features various designs that come straight from the seventies. Each pair of glasses sports a retro design, but also provides 100 percent UVA and UVB protection, as well as durable scratch and impact-resistant lenses.... more
Oakley is known for making quality, high-end sunglasses. These stylish, but functional, Oakley Juliet - Iridium Polarized Lens Sunglasses will make the perfect gift for any adrenaline junkie or outdoor enthusiast. The flex couplers make it so that the frames fit snuggly and comfortably around the head. The polarized lenses come with a permanent coating that is smudge-resistant and keep sweat, rain and skin oils from fogging up the lenses.
The hottest celebrities have been sporting these classic shades to keep the sun out of their eyes while still looking fashionable. These Vintage Ray Ban Wayfarer Sunglasses sport a retro look from the 1950's but still look very modern today. The UV protection prevents the sun's harmful rays from damaging your eyes, and the unisex frames can be worn with prescription lenses for those that need a little help to see what's in front... more
It's annoying when sunglasses don't perform their primary purpose and shield your eyes from the sun. If you're still buying cheap sunglasses because you misplace them so frequently, you know by now they sometimes offer minimal sun protection, or add just enough shade that you can't see any details of the world around you. Try a polarized view of the world with these Maui Jim sunglasses, and you won't believe the difference. You'll like... more
A recent news story told of a Hammond, Indiana, boy who, on a dare, licked a metal pole in freezing winter. Yes, it froze there. Now we know you are all too sensible to try such shenanigans, but it's best to keep as much of yourself covered as possible any time you have to head outside. Keep your hands in your pocket with these clever Oakley Razrwire Lens Sunglasses that have the Motorola wireless... more
How to make money off baseball fans, part 126: Take a popular style of sunglasses and add a baseball team's colors. We're not sure if professional baseball players actually wear these Oakley MLB Flak Jacket sunglasses, but the shades will definitely appeal to fans. Each pair uses a specific team's colors ("Red Sox Red" shown here), with a faint team logo laser etched onto the bottom corner of the lens. The sunglasses filter out... more
In honor of the Flying Tigers, a group of volunteer WWII pilots, Oakley created these limited-edition Flying Tigers sunglasses, whose artwork is based on the original Tigers' fuselage designs. The shades have Plutonite lenses that filter out 100% of all UV rays, a 3-point fit for comfort, and impact-resistant frames. And they come in a special collector's box. Although the Oakley site is sold out of them, other online stores still have a few... more
Cole Haan sunglasses are like Cole Haan shoes, belts, and bags: Understated, high quality, timeless, and expensive but worth it. And now Zappos has more than 60 pairs of them, for men and women, in styles ranging from Risky Business to John Lennon to Fashionista (our words, not theirs). Choose plastic or metal frames in a variety of colors. All sunglasses come with protective (sometimes leather) cases. And when you buy... more
According to Wikipedia, Don Ed Hardy "was the first Western tattoo artist to incorporate Japanese tattoo aesthetics and techniques into his work." He's now incorporating it into every single aspect of your wardrobe, thanks to a collaboration with Christian Audigier from Von Dutch. Although we're a little old to get (more) tattoos, we do like Ed Hardy's designs, particularly on these sunglasses. Instead of big letters or logos, the temples have fun tattoo imagery... more
In Thailand, people wear yellow to show their support for their king. In our corner of the world, yellow often symbolizes support for the Lance Armstrong Foundation, which helps cancer survivors. Oakley has just released these special edition Livestrong sunglasses, the Radar (top) and the Flak Jacket. Both styles have interchangeable, polarized lenses that reduce glare, balance bright sunlight, maximize peripheral vision, and resist moisture, oil, and dust. $20 from each sale goes to... more
New from Oakley: Nanowire rimless sunglasses, featuring titanium alloy frames that weigh next to nothing and adapt to fit your face. Available in 3 different styles and several colors, the unisex polarized sunglasses feature Oakley's high-definition optics, anti-reflective and water-repellent coatings, and plutonite lenses that filter out all UV rays. They can also take prescription lenses. They're not cheap, but if you order from Zappos, you get free shipping both ways - but you... more
Why replace your sunglasses when you can simply replace the lenses? Save money with Smith's Interlock sunglasses, which let you change the lenses by simply twisting the temple arms. Twist one way, and the lens pops out. Put in a different lens (for a different sport or a different look), twist the temple arm back, and it snaps into place. Available in several colors, with 14 different replacement lens tints and a lifetime warranty.... more
Like many 1980s fashions, Ray-Ban Wayfarers are trendy again, according to In Style magazine, which shows Mischa Barton, Scarlett Johansson, and Kirsten Dunst all wearing the classic shades. This is one '80s revival we can happily live with (unlike leggings or bubble skirts), because almost anyone looks good in them, and they're more low-key than some big-rhinestone-logos-all-over-the-temples designers we won't mention here. More sunglasses.
As seen on Angelina Jolie and Gwen Stefani: These oversize Whitney sunglasses by Tom Ford (of Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent fame). Made in Italy, the curved plastic frames have a cross-over bridge, gradient lenses, and a cutaway design so that they're open near the temples. They offer 100% UVA/UVB protection and come in several colors, from a pale I'm-looking-at-you champagne to a darker partied-too-hard-at-the-office-holiday-party brown. More Tom Ford sunglasses.
Turn heads this spring with trendy sunglasses with the designer's name emblazoned on the temple. Like Juicy Couture's latest shades, which come in several colors and shapes, offering UVA and UVB protection while still making you "happy and comfy and gorgeous." The "Jackie" sunglasses shown here come in white, black, and tortoise. Browse our sunglasses department for more designers.
There's only so much room behind your ear; we imagine wearing both sunglasses and a wireless phone headset might get a bit uncomfortable. But Oakley has solved this critical problem with the Razrwire, sunglasses with built-in Bluetooth technology. Now you can block the sun and make and receive calls using just one device. If you like the idea of wearable, multitasking electronics, then check out Thumps 1 and 2.