Top 5 Huckberry Finds: Sunglasses

Sunglasses are an essential accessory for any man during the summer months but finding the perfect pair for your style needs and face shape isn’t always a straightforward undertaking. Fortunately, however, there are some brands out there like Huckberry who offer an extensive range from which to pick which always ensures that you’re never short of options when it comes to finding your next pair of sunglasses.

Whether you’re after something with a hint of old school cool or would rather a pair with a bit more contemporary styling, you’ll find the ideal pair of sunglasses with Huckberry. Check out our top 5 picks below:

Electric Nashville XL Sunglasses – $150

Handcrafted in Italy, these Nashville XL Sunglasses from Electric on Huckberry ($150) are about as cool as it gets this summer. The top quality shades from the guys at independently owner Electric have been perched on the noses of some of the most iconic figures in art, music, skate and snow. Their sunglasses are designed in Southern California and are a fine representation of the rich arts, sports, and customization culture present in their hometown. Made in Italy of the finest quality materials possible, these superb Nashville XL Sunglasses are backed up by a lifetime guarantee against defects in the materials and craftsmanship. ($155)

Sunski Yubas Sunglasses – $45

These super cool Sunski Yuba Sunglasses are inspired by nature, built for adventure and exclusive to Huckberry. Boasting lenses which are polarised and tuned for the perfect optical clarity, treated with scratchproof thermal hardcoat for max durability, these sunglasses aren’t going to let you down regardless of which wilderness adventures you head on this summer. They have a lightweight look and feel and 100% full-spectrum UV protection, including UVA, UVB and UV400 wavelengths. Crafted from polycarbonate frames they are durable, equipped with lock-tight steel hinges and feature FDA-approved impact-resistant lenses for the ultimate in performance. ($45)

District Vision Keiichi Standard – Running Sunglasses – $130

District Vision’s Keiichi Standard Running Sunglasses are a popular choice for those on the go and a real favourite of ours at Coolector HQ. This performance eyewear system was developed by District Vision over a two-year technical testing period involving New York City athletes and Japanese engineering. Boasting features and design which are conceived to protect your eyes when running, and finished with stylish aesthetics that blow most running shades out of the water, these will become your go-to glasses to throw on when heading out the door for a run, whether it’s a jog through the park or an no-hold-barred go at besting a PR. ($130)

Shuron Escapades Sunglasses – $165

Shuron are a much loved American made brand who have been crafting eye-catching sunglasses since 1865 and these awesome looking Escapades Sunglasses ($165) on Huckberry are no exception. Shuron’s storied history includes having manufactured frames for WWII US Army Troops and their superb looking accessories have also appeared in countless movies for their retro styling. They’ve been worn by everyone from Matt Damon to Malcom X, and Shuron are still creating the most sought after frame styles that have virtually remained unchanged for 140 years. The Escapades Sunglasses from Shuron are the classic Ronsir frame with sunglass lenses and will ramp up your style significantly this summer. ($165)

Smith Optics Lowdown 2 Sunglasses – $169

These wonderfully lightweight, crystal clear Smith Optics Lowdown 2 Sunglasses on Huckberry ($169) are going to make you stand out from the crowd this summer. Smith Optics have been providing leading athletes with optics for years now and seeing snowboarders pulling off insane moves in the X-games, Smith’s should be on the radar of any adrenaline enthusiasts out there. These brilliant looking Lowdown 2 Sunglasses are an updated version of one of Smith’s most popular frames that brings performance and lifestyle together in a sleek, functional, and lightweight frame. ($169)

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.