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Vinylize Eyeglasses

You know by now that your favorite album sounds better on vinyl (it's hardly a secret), but because not every record can be a hit, some are destined for a higher purpose — like making Vinylize Eyeglasses ($450). Using a specialized process years in development, they take colorful cellulose acetate and face it with the vinyl from recycled records. They offer a range of styles featuring chunky frames, modern lines, and brightly-colored accents. Each pair comes fitted with demo lenses, is prescription-ready, and includes a carrying case made from a seven-inch single folded and fitted with a zipper.

  • Warby Parker Man of Steel Collection

    It's a bird, it's a plane, it's... you in a pair of glasses from the Warby Parker Man of Steel Collection ($95). They're inspired by the upcoming film of the same name (in theaters June 15). But, even if you're not Clark Kent, you can still kick ass at your nine-to-five in these smartly-stylish frames. A hint of blue or red on the temple gives them that special Superman flare, while the styling is classically-inspired, yet uniquely Warby. And, as usual, with every pair you buy someone in need gets one too — pretty super.

  • Steven Alan Optical

    Finding your next set of spectacles or just a sweet pair of summer shades doesn't need to involve a trip to the mall. The new collection from Steven Alan Optical ($145-$245) includes 20 different frame designs, each available in a variety of colors and finishes, giving you a huge assortment to choose from. In addition, four of the frames are available as sunglasses, and each pair of prescription glasses includes lenses. But the best part is the Home Trial Kit, which lets you select up to six frames to be shipped to you for free so you can try them out for a week and decide which one best suits you before you buy — removing the chance of accidentally ordering a pair that makes you look like a distant cousin of Steve Urkel.