Most Wanted Men's Sunglasses

JiMarti JM01 Sunglasses - Best Shades for Outdoors

These are one of the most comfortable sunglasses you'll ever wear. They come with a fair price tag, give you perfect UV protection and are unbreakable. If you're into golf, fishing, cycling and running then these shade are made for you.

Oakley 'Bottle Cap' Polarized They are one of the coolest sunglasses you’ll find anywhere. Their distinct feature includes an open-edge design and a lightweight frame material.


Christian Dior

These are kind of sunglasses that would look good on anybody, so you don’t have to worry about your face features. They are polarized which means 99.99% UV Protection, so they are good for your eyes. They are very durable with Grilamid Nylon Frame.


They have 8 Base Wrap Coverage for Smaller Face Shapes and Distortion Free Shatter Resistant Polycarbonate Polarized Lenses with Nickel plus Silver Italian Hinges.



Ray Ban Rectangle Aviator

They are Non traditional Ray Ban Aviator. If you tired of traditional aviator try these.


Ray Ban Classic Aviator

One word for them “SEXY”. Ray Ban Aviator is an ultimate choice for many men. So you don’t have to worry about its quality and features coz it’s the brand of all brands.



Kenneth Cole Reaction Aviators:

Big is the thing these days, these sunglasses are quite elegant and provide you with charm of an aviator.



X-Loop Sunglasses

Low Range but stylish sunglasses.


 

Anarchy Alarm:

Comes with a Silver Frames and Smoky Polarized Lens

 Fendi:

Intended for the inventive and modern man, these frames are a rectangular wraparound style with a fine Fendi logo plaque on the side temple, made from strong and durable ZYL plastic, and come in a variety of different colors like onyx and desert sand etc.

 

Gucci 1727

Matrix fans these are for you people. Tempting to the man whose closet contain sleek black Gucci suits, crisp white Prada shirts, and rows of chunky graphite watches from Bulgari, the 1727s are all about cutting-edge and revolutionary style. Frames are a conscientious metal bar melded with polarized reflective lenses, and come in colors of copper, ruthenium and silver.

 

 Ray-Ban's Predator 4037

If you’re into minimalism and classics, and hate keeping your sunglasses collection revolving every season, then you should go completely well with Ray-Ban’s Predator 4037. This different style is made for couples (see Kirsten Dunst and Jake Gyllenhaal in their matching shades) and is available in black or tortoise-shell plastic frames with polycarbonate lenses.

 

 

 

Ray-Ban Wayfarer

 

Cool 1980s style.

 

Jeep Adventure Eyewear Style #211

These frames have 100 UV protection, non-slip temple tips, and are made from sheet-cut metal sunglass with a rectangular wraparound profile, perfect to shield your eyes from the sun. Ideal for mountain-climber, cyclist, hikers and bikers.

Tommy Hilfiger

Crafted from flash-mirrored lenses, double-injection rubber temple tips, and an embossed logo plaque, these glasses are the sign of elegance.

 

Dolce & Gabbana

Oooo!! Dolce & Gabbana... everything they lay their hands on turns into a major status symbol, especially these awesome frames. These sunglasses have a different futuristic design that is both stylish and modern, but still delicate enough to know it’s a D&G design.

 

 Calvin Klein's 296S

I picked up this pair for my friend and let me tell you, he spends more time with these frames than he does with anyone else! Calvin Klein’s #296S is the personification of cool for the guys who like to look put-together but not TOO-put-together. Throw these on with your mussed hair, loose tie, vintage shirt, and Diesel jeans and you’ll see why they are so good.

 

 Yves Saint Laurent

Johnny Knoxville, can make anything look good, especially those aviators he’s always wearing. Now the classic looking, aviator-type shades are at the top of the IT factor, and no one does them better than Yves Saint Laurent. These white gold framed shades with brown reflective lens makes them casual cool in an expensive way.

 

Nautica's N6520S

4x4 drivers you need Nautica’s N6520S to go with the wheels. Main features are polarized lenses, sophisticated drill mountings, aerodynamic shapes, and lightweight aluminum temples.

 

 

 

Police Sunglasses

Police sunglasses is getting very popular and i think it's a well deserved response. Due to its growing in popularity with its loyal fashionable fans police make it to my list of most wanted.

Police sunglasses are just perfect for your favorite sports and outdoor activities and that not it, you can even wear them almost every where.

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Nakojua 7 years ago

Great Hub! I've been trying to find sunglasses that my boyfriend would love for his upcoming birthday! I'm just so confused on what to get him! any suggestions or favorites that you might have??


E Optics 6 years ago

Check out Reptile sunglasses for a great polarized lens, top quality fashionable frame, and an amazing value.


Lizzy  6 years ago

These are great shades for me. Most people focus on fashion for women, so it's good to some focus on men being fashionable too!


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Sara Algoe 6 years ago from Phoenix, Ariz Author

ya ! and bleave me men look more handsome in cool shades


John 6 years ago

COOooOoOoOOL

Thanks

Sara Algoe


vimickrov 6 years ago

thanks for posting this info


Dnok 6 years ago

Cool .... I am a big fan of aviator...


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JetAviator7 6 years ago from Michigan

A lot of guys love the aviator style of sunglasses, and for pilots they are essential. However, pilots need non-polarized lenses, which are usually more expensive, because they need to be able to see glare off of other aircraft.

I saw an interesting video on YouTube which explained why at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnWfAV2Rgt4.


Vanika 6 years ago

nice


Misty 6 years ago

Awesome List


Ray  6 years ago

Nice list..


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Haris Amin 6 years ago from Mars

Only branded sunglasses that i ever bought are my rayban aviator.

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