Arm yourself with high-quality men’s sunglasses combining old-school retro charm and modern technology, without the need to fork out on a designer pair
The height of summer style with ultimate eye protection
Make a subtle statement in a pair of trendy polarised sunglasses. Featuring reflective lenses, polarised sunglasses come in a range of eyecatching shades from lilac to amber, while offering UPF50+ protection to shield your eyes from the sun’s harmful rays.
Designed in the 1930s to replace flight goggles, aviator sunglasses were originally commissioned by the US military. With their oversized convex lenses and slender frames, aviator sunglasses provide superior coverage to the eye area while suiting most face shapes. Immortalised in Hollywood history by Tom Cruise in Top Gun, aviators are now considered a wardrobe icon.
If you are looking to stand out from the crowd, a pair of vintage-inspired round sunglasses could be the perfect style for you. Whether you opt for chunky tortoiseshell frames or imitate John Lennon with circular shades, this statement option best complements those with square jawlines.
One of the most popular men’s sunglasses shapes, classic rectangular shades add structure and definition to round face shapes. First made popular in the 1950s and 1960s by Ray-Ban’s ‘wayfarers’, rectangular sunglasses have enjoyed a recent resurgence as seen on David Beckham and Jude Law.
Not just practical, sporty shades are making a major fashion comeback thanks to millennial and generation Z’s nostalgia for all things Nineties and Noughties. Check out these directional silver sunglasses with mirrored lenses to tap into the trend, safe in the knowledge that today’s designs come with enhanced Sun Smart technology, making them ideal for festivals or long summer days at the park.
Ideal for surfing, rock climbing or skiing, wraparound sunglasses are, in essence, sports sunglasses designed for adventure, thanks to the wide lenses and secure face-hugging arms. Consider them the ultimate choice for an active lifestyle or an adrenaline-filled holiday.
Words: Dulcie Emerson