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Von Zipper Rocco
Wondering which sunglass design will become the icon of the decade? You’re looking at it.
The space-age Sonix wears like a sunglass but performs like a goggle (in good weather). It comes with three different lenses and a removable sweatband.
The venerable French company that was huge in 1985 is back, and its new Extreme line features glass lenses and understated styles.
By tapering the lens thickness from the center out, these wraparounds block peripheral sun and glare with negligible distortion.
Kaenon Polarized Jack
Not only are Kaenon’s polarized lenses some of the most optically correct on the market, but you can also customize them: Choose your level of light transmission and lens shade.
The lenses on these Flock of Seagulls spin-offs are 6-base, which means they’re curved just right for optimal coverage and protection.
Don’t be fooled by the chunky looks; in case you face-plant, the Reverb’s polycarbonate lenses are shatterproof.