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The Best Sunglasses for Every Guy’s Style

 The Best Sunglasses for Every Guy’s Style

The best sunglasses for men are warm-weather game-changers. Every year, you go through the same prolonged rigmarole over which sunglasses to buy, and every year you end up putting off the decision only to scoop a subpar pair in a last-minute panic. Well, not this year. This year, friend, you do it right. Retro-leaning clubmasters, ultra-classic aviators, newfangled wayfarers? You name it, we got it. Which means there’s a pair here sure to fit your face shape (no matter how angular) and satisfy your stylistic preferences (no matter how idiosyncratic). 

Whether you want to play it safe with the big-names—the Ray-Bans and Persols and Oakleys of the world—or swerve hard with small-batch sunnies nobody else will have yet, we’ve got you. No matter your taste, no matter your budget, no matter how often you lose your damn sunglasses in the back of a Lyft, we’ve sifted through all the eyewear on the internet to track down the coolest shades available today. Here are 45 of the best sunglasses for men to help you soak up those rays in style.

The All-Time Classics

Overwhelmed by the sheer number of options available? Start here. These are the failsafe buys that’ll always be in style—today, tomorrow, and ten years from now. 

Persol aviator sunglasses (was $260, now 49% off)

$260$132

Amazon

Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses

$154

Amazon

Celine Homme square-frame acetate sunglasses

$500

Mr Porter

Oakley Holbrook sunglasses

Always wanted to look like a hotheaded MLB slugger? Now’s your chance.

$156

Amazon

Ray-Ban Clubmaster sunglasses

When it comes to sheer timelessness, Clubmasters are hard to beat.

$150

Ssense

The Upgraded Classics

If you’re the type of guy whose day is ruined when you see someone else wearing the same thing as you, these sunglasses should be right up your alley. Think of the selection here as a sampler platter of perennial crowd-pleasers, now updated with a little added flavor. 

Cubitts “Hemmingford” D-frame acetate sunglasses

Come for the old-school silhouette, stay for the new-school shade of tonal brown.

$165

Mr Porter

Retrosuperfuture “Augusto” sunglasses

Tortoiseshell frames and green lenses: never not a great look.

$190

Ssense

Oliver Peoples “Cary Grant” round-frame acetate sunglasses

Shades that take their cues from the style the North by Northwest actor made iconic.

$430

Mr Porter

Raen “Remmy” sunglasses

Sunglasses so good, you won’t even mind the steady stream of “orange you glad” puns you’ll hear every time you wear ‘em.

$230

Ssense

Moscot “Lemtosh” sunglasses

A modern-day masterpiece from an NYC eyewear institution.

$310

Moscot

The Total Swerves

Consider yourself a bona fide eyewear authority? Skip the beginner sunnies and head straight for these advanced-level frames. 

Sun Buddies “Wesley” sunglasses

Nothing like a hit of slime green to liven up your look.

$139

End. Clothing

Masahiro Maruyam MM-0029 / #3 titanium sunglasses

Like a stained glass window for your face.

$640

Self Edge

Bottega Veneta sunglasses

MCU supervillain goggles, but make it fashion.

$440

Bottega Veneta

Balenciaga “Neo” sunglasses

We all live in a simulation, anyway. Why not dress like it?

$269

End. Clothing

Vetements x Oakley spikes 200 sunglasses

Don’t get too close.

$965

Ssense

The Budget Buys

The best part about the treasure trove of sunglasses available right now? You no longer need to spend big to snag a pair that’ll make you look like the star of your own summer blockbuster. 

Look Optic “Laurel” sunglasses

Premium UV protection for less than a C-note.

$88

Verishop

Warby Parker “Hatcher” sunglasses

The reigning champ of affordable sunnies returns to claim its crown.

$95

Warby Parker

Le Specs Bad Medicine rectangle sunglasses

Samuel L. levels of cool.

$69

Nordstrom

Sunski “Yuba” polarized sunglasses

Skip the sticker shock and go straight to Sunski.

$58

Nordstrom

Huckberry cruisers sunglasses

Knockaround shades that cost less than it does to get thoroughly sauced on your favorite pinot.

$45

Huckberry

The Splurge-Worthy Shades

Spending half a grand on sunglasses seems a whole lot more reasonable when said shades are painstakingly crafted from some of the choicest materials on the planet—and look like it. 

Mr. Leight “Getty S” sunglasses

Because if you’re going to drop some serious coin on sunglasses, it helps if they’re inlaid with a few key hits of 12K gold.

Native Sons “Boris” square-frame acetate sunglasses

Blue steel.

$495

Mr Porter

Jacques Marie Mage “Walker” tortoiseshell-acetate sunglasses

Extremely big “rock legend groggily stumbling out of the club at 6 in the morning” energy.

$765

Matchesfashion

Matsuda aviator titanium sunglasses

The litmus test for guaranteed sunglass success? If Nicholson would wear ’em courtside, you’re good.

$650

Matchesfashion

Cutler and Gross 1375 sunglasses

Pure pap catnip.

$510

Ssense

The Technicolor Tints

Bright frames and tinted lenses: the quickest way to gift yourself some serious “Wait, is that dude famous?” energy. 

Akila Zed sunglasses

A refreshing hit of lemon-lime to brighten up your vision.

Retrosuperfuture “Andy Warhol” edition sunset sunglasses

Gradients aren’t just for the lenses!

$310

Ssense

Sun Buddies “Serena” sunglasses

Rethink the traditional tortoise shell colorway.

Bonnie Clude Plum Plum sunglasses

Turns out, lavender can be calming and exciting simultaneously.

$128

Bonnie Clyde

Doublet Flame sunglasses

Sepia vision.

$520

Ssense

The Geometry Review 

For certified eyewear experts looking to round out (heh) already extensive collections, consider investing in some distinctly-shaped shades. 

Celine Homme square-frame gold-tone sunglasses

The one obvious exception to “don’t be square.”

$420

Mr Porter

Warby Parker “Corwin” sunglasses

Most aviator-style sunglasses sport a teardrop design, but this one from Warby Parker rounds things out a bit.

$195

Warby Parker

Flatlist Hanky rectangle sunglasses

The other four-sided shape.

$255

Verishop

Ray-Ban oval sunglasses

It’s almost a crime if you don’t wear these ’90s-tinged sunglasses with a leather blazer.$169

Amazon

Saint Laurent SL 68 sunglasses

For an angular vibe, get into a bold pair of cat eye sunnies like these milky white joints.

$365

Ssense

The Sporting Life

Leave it to the tireless churn of the fashion cycle to make the sunglasses you wore warming the bench on your middle school volleyball team look like the coolest thing in the world again. 

Nike Gale Force sunglasses

Specially engineered to help you get off enormous fits.

$89

Nordstrom

Westward Leaning Volt 03 sunglasses

Go West, young man.

$165

Westward Leaning

Givenchy rimless aviator metal sunglasses

Matthew Williams tricks out a sleek pair of Givenchy shades by stripping ’em down to thier core components.$230

Matchesfashion

District Vision “Koharu” polycarbonate and titanium sunglasses

Speed racers.

$250

Mr Porter

Tifosi Alliant sunglasses

Like the wacky protective goggles you threw on before high school shop class, but way sicker.

The Aviators

Cruise in Top Gun. Pacino in Scarface. Smith in Bad Boys. Join ’em in the Big Lens Brigade. 

Lexxola “Tommy” sunglasses

Imbue all your spring outfits with a not-so-subtle dose of louche ’70s decadence.

$225

Lexxola

Barton Perreira Aeronaut titanium gradient aviator sunglasses

Switching on incognito mode never looked so good.

$400

Neiman Marcus

Carrera Eyewear gradient aviator sunglasses

$193

Nordstrom

Randolph Engineering Concorde classic aviator sunglasses

Handcrafted in the USA to the highest-flying standards.

$309

Amazon

Ray-Ban classic aviator sunglasses

$154

Amazon

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