You don't need a screen in front of your eye to make your glasses smart. Tzukuri Eyewear does it by embedding a beacon inside each pair that links to your iPhone, letting you know if you're about to forget your glasses — or if you're about to walk away from your phone. Developed using 3D analysis to look good on more faces, with a result of six designs in three sizes, each pair is handcrafted in Japan and features high-quality polarized, anti-scratch lenses that offer 100% UV protection.
Celebrate the return of baseball — and keep your eyes protected at the ballpark — with these Shwood Louisville Slugger Sunglasses. Handcrafted from Louisville Slugger Ash wood in Portland, OR, these unique shades are available in two silhouettes, both of which are available in two distinct styles: the Select, which features two-tone, paint-dipped stems and a leather travel case, and the Original, which features a flame-tempered finish that brings out the natural woodgrain and a baseball-inspired carrying pouch. No matter which one you choose, you'll get a custom, hand-made wooden display box, a branded display bat, a custom trading card, and compliments from baseball aficionados everywhere.
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.