The sun is out and you're soaking it up more and more, so you need a pair of sunglasses that look good, protect you from harmful rays, and can stand up to an active lifestyle. Smith Lowdown Sunglasses fit the bill, featuring a lightweight frame and crystal clear, impact-resistant lenses. But what makes these sunglasses stand out is the technology that filters wavelengths of light that cause color confusion to deliver greater definition, more natural color and clarity. It's called Chromapop, and it means that every set of lenses are tuned to deliver you the ultimate experience, whether you're on a ski slope, a mountainous hike, or driving along the interstate. Live each adventure in more detail with Smith Lowdown Sunglasses and the revolutionary Chromapop lens technology.
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Inspired by the midnight sun of Norway's blue city, the Mahabis Sortland Navy Luxe Slipper stands out with a sculpted navy nubuck leather upper. Part of the Luxe collection, it features the same soft sheepswool lining and matching detachable sole as its beige and black counterparts, as well as the collapsible heel and cushioned insole you'll find on every Mahabis slipper. In other words, it's the ultimate downtime footwear, keeping your feet comfortable both inside and out.
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We spend on average 7.5 hours a day staring at a screen, and our eyes are slowly paying the consequences. Founded by former analysts Felix Gray makes the best of the situation. Available in non-Rx and reading options, their clear lens filters the most harmful wavelengths of blue light and eliminates glare to combat eyestrain and headaches. They offer multiple frames handcrafted from premium Italian acetate to suit all face shapes and personal styles.
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Inspired in part by paper bags and parachutes, the Nikelab ACG.07.KMTR rethinks how you put on your shoes. In place of traditional laces, it uses a draw cord to pull the stretchy water-resistant upper shell around your foot, and a forefoot strap with a magnetic buckle to provide added stabilization. Its rubber outsole has lugs for excellent traction on wet urban streets, and the foam insole gives all-day cushioning without weighing you down.
Common Projects is known for its minimal designs. Moscot, for its classic eyewear. The Moscot x Common Projects Type One Sunglasses merge the two aesthetics in one timeless pair of shades. Matte black Italian acetate is used for the majority of the frame, complemented by high-gloss metal details. G15 glass lenses offer both UVA and UVB protection, and the interior gold printing with unique serial number serve as a callback to Common's popular sneakers. Limited to just 500 examples, they arrive in a fine leather case with custom chamois for cleaning.
One of the rarest Rolex ever to come up for sale, this Rolex Oyster Paul Newman Daytona Gold Watch is one of just three yellow gold with screw down pusher models known to exist. Beyond its rarity, highlights of this reference 6263 — nicknamed "The Legend" — include its "lemon" dial, a far cry from the ivory most commonly seen on stainless Paul Newmans, and its white subdial registers. Manufactured in 1969 and brilliantly preserved, it recently set the record for most expensive Daytona ever sold.