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Sunglasses are more than just a stylish accessory they're essential for protecting your eyes from the sun's harmful UV rays. But with so many options available, choosing the right pair can feel overwhelming. This guide will walk you through the key factors to consider, explore popular brands, and help you find sunglasses that fit your style and budget.

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  • Popular Sunglass Brands:


  • Oakley
  • Known for its sporty designs, impact-resistant lenses, and advanced optical technologies.

  • Raen
  • Offers high-quality, handcrafted sunglasses with a focus on timeless aesthetics.

  • Smith
  • Popular for outdoor enthusiasts, Smith sunglasses prioritize performance and durability.


  • Spy
  • Offers a range of trendy and functional sunglasses for active lifestyles.

  • Electric
  • Edgy designs and bold colors, perfect for those who want to make a statement.

  • Dragon
  • Known for its collaborations with athletes and artists, Dragon sunglasses cater to a fashion-forward crowd.

  • Ashbury
  • Offers classic and vintage-inspired sunglasses with a focus on quality and craftsmanship.

    Our Tips by Sport:

    Sunglasses for Skateboarding:

    Lens Color: Brown or gray lenses are great for everyday skateboarding as they maintain natural color perception.

    Style: Wraparound or shield-style sunglasses provide good peripheral vision and extra protection for your eyes from dust, dirt, or kicked-up debris.

    Sunglasses for Snowboarding:

    Lens Color: For bright snowy conditions, consider polarized lenses to reduce glare and eye strain. Yellow or amber lenses enhance contrast and improve depth perception in low-light conditions common during snowboarding.

    UV Protection: Especially important at high altitudes, ensure your sunglasses block 100% of UVA and UVB rays.

    Ventilation: Look for sunglasses with vents to prevent fogging up, especially on warmer days or during exertion.