One of the things that makes eyewear so tricky is finding a frame that matches not just your face, but your style. Frameri Interchangeable Eyewear makes this a little easier by allowing you to switch frames as easily as you change shoes. Designed in Cincinnati and crafted by hand in Italy from adjustable acetate, each frame has its own unique style, yet shares a common shape and size with other frames in the collection. This lets you swap lenses — whether they be prescription or just regular sunblockers — between them with ease, or use two different sets of lenses with the same frame. Available in a wide variety of styles, shapes, and sizes, you're sure to find a few that match your personal preferences.
The best products are built to solve a problem. And that's exactly how the Electric Stacker Sunglasses became a reality. The problem was finding a pair of sunglasses that not only look good, but are equipped to handle any outdoor adventure you encounter. Each pair starts with a stylish aviator frame that's tough, lightweight and durable. The lens is polarized, impact-resistant, and prepared to resist water, dirt, and just about any other gunk you might encounter on a bike trail. They'll also stay attached to your face throughout thanks to an anti-slip nose and ear grips that are hidden into the frame. And after a long day on the trails or slopes, just remove the eye mask and these bad boys quickly become your everyday sunglasses.
Up until now, one of the only cycling accessories that Rapha didn't offer was a pair of great sunglasses. But with the release of the Rapha Pro Team Flyweight Cycling Glasses — you can check that off the list. The first performance cycling sunglasses from the brand are made from polycarbonate — making them some of the lightest on the market. Optical guru Carl Zeiss took the lead on the lens, which features oleophobic and hydrophobic coating on front and back, 100% protection from UV rays, and a mirrored effect to reduce glare and reflections during your next ride. All that comes standard, but you can choose from four other lens options available separately as well.
With frames made from recycled material, Karun x Bureo Recycled Fishing Net Sunglasses are the rare pair of shades you can wear to the beach while helping to keep it clean. Called Net Positiva, Bureo's signature material is made from 100% recycled/recyclable nylon fishing net, which accounts for up to 10% of the plastic in the ocean. The frames are made in Italy using the Earth-friendly plastic, and are paired with premium Carl Zeiss Polarized lenses by Karun in Chile.
It's difficult to make any changes to iconic glasses like the Clubmaster from Ray-Ban. But the Clubmaster Wood is an iteration we can get behind. The frames are treated and then lined so they remain comfortable and flexible. The full rim wooden frames are available in walnut, maple, or cherry versions — each one providing an updated yet classic look from one of the best sunglass manufacturers on the planet.
Mixing pieces of Clubmaster and Round styles, Ray-Ban Clubround Sunglasses forge a new identity that's no less appealing. The tortoise and black frames are made from acetate with metal on the rims, bridge, pad arms, accents, and hinges, while the protective glass lenses come in your choice of classic green or brown shades, each offering 100% protection from UV rays and outstanding optical clarity.