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Shwood Fifty/Fifty Titanium Sunglasses

Shwood's original Fifty/Fifty glasses offered a great mix of acetate and wood, so it only makes sense that these Shwood Fifty/Fifty Titanium Sunglasses mix premium hardwoods with vacuum-plated titanium. While the hardwoods form the end of the stems, the titanium at the front is cut from a single sheet of titanium for maximum flexibility and weight reduction. Of course, sunglasses are only worthwhile if they allow you to see, which is why each pair sports Optics by Carl Zeiss Vision lenses.

  • Randolph Aviator Sunglasses

    Sure, Ray-Ban's version might be better known, but they sure as hell aren't as tough. Randolph Aviator Sunglasses ($99) were designed for the U.S. Military, and feature unique bayonet temples made to fit underneath headgear, lifetime-warranted solder joints, a variety of available non-polarized and polarized glass or polycarbonate lens options, including prescriptions, five different frame colors, and an included hard case and maintenance kit. If they're good enough for NASA, they're good enough for us.

  • Shwood Fifty/Fifty Sunglasses

    Shwood is rightfully known for its sustainably-sourced wood-framed sunglasses. But their talents aren't tied in a single material. The new Shwood Fifty/Fifty Sunglasses are a perfect example. As the name suggests, these shades are a stylish mixture of Mazzucchelli acetate — plant-based and renewable — and fine wood inlays. And while looks are important, so is the ability to actually see out of them, which is why they sport optics from Carl Zeiss.