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.
Prepare thyself for an (even larger) onslaught of smartwatches, all thanks to Android Wear — a new version of Android that's designed for wearables. Or more specifically, watches. And the Motorola Moto 360 Watch is leading the way. Unlike most smartwatches, this one features a high-res round screen that allows it to look like a normal watch most of the time, but spring to colorful life when you tap it or when a notification arrives. It's available in a variety of styles, but we're partial to the ones that keep it looking like a normal watch.