6 of the Best Men’s Sunglasses for Summer

We’re in June now and we can realistically hope for sunny weather for the next few months so we’re on the hunt for new sunglasses here at Coolector HQ. The guys at Huckberry have a pretty impressive line up of eyewear and for any man on the hunt for a new pair for their accessories line up this summer, they would be one of our first ports of call.

Check out our pick of 6 of the best men’s sunglasses for summer below:

Sunski Seacliffs Sunglasses – $58

Great value and style, it’s hard not to love the Sunski Seacliffs Sunglasses ($58) which are exclusive to Huckberry. They boast a classic wayfarer design in an adventure ready aesthetic that will keep pace wherever you find yourself this summer. The polarised lenses deliver 100% full-spectrum UV protection, including UVA, UVB and UV400 wavelengths and a lightweight construction with flexible arms for a snug fit and all day comfort. Sunski is a member of 1% for the Planet, which means that they donate one percent of sales to environmental non-profits so this is a pair of sunglasses that you can feel good about wearing this summer. ($58)

Huckberry Weekender Sunglasses – $35

The hardy construction of these Huckberry Weekender Sunglasses ($35) allows them to take a beating and easily bounce back on the other side. They are a lightweight, contemporary version of the classic Wayfarer design and this pair is exclusively available at Huckberry. Their polarised lenses help to reduce eye strain, glare, and reflections while enhancing clarity and colours on all your outdoor adventures over the summer months. They boast a proper, snug fit which means they sit comfortably on the face without falling off and each pair is branded with Huckberry’s trademark tree logo and “See You Out There” slogan. ($35)

Ombraz Armless Sunglasses – $140

Boasting an innovative aesthetic, the Ombraz Armless Sunglasses ($140) have a unique design which allows the frames to remain comfortably in place with the assistance of a built-in, adjustable cord. They grey polarised lenses are perfectly suited for everyday conditions and reduce eye strain, glare, and reflections while improving the clarity and colour of your day to day adventures throughout the summer months. The custom-woven, soft polyester cord removes the need for temples and potential breaking and they are incredibly robust, handmade frames which flex when under pressure. For every pair of sunglasses sold, Ombraz plants 20 trees to aid in environmental restoration. ($140)

Garret Wilson 49 Sunglasses – $390

With striking frames which have designed in sunny Venice Beach and made for years of shady adventures, these great looking Garrett Wilson 49 Sunglasses ($390) are right up our street here at Coolector HQ. They have scratch-resistant and smudge-resistant lenses which can handle the stress of daily use and a stainless steel frames provide internal durability and the tortoise shell cellulose acetate temples provide exquisite styling that will elevate your style considerably this summer. ($390)

Raen Optics Rollo Sunglasses – $175

Laid back vibes abound with these Raen Optics Rollo Sunglasses ($175) and they have frames which are constructed from a high-quality cellulose acetate crafted from renewable wood pulp and cotton. Boasting a classic round shape with a thinner nose bridge, these great looking sunglasses from Raen Optics have five barrel hinges with a wire core for strength and durability. The oval shape of the Rollo Sunglasses compliments a variety of face shapes and brings polarised clarity to the bright days ahead. ($175)

Shwood Kennedy Sunglasses – $134

Impeccably well crafted, each pair of these Shwood Kennedy Sunglasses ($134) takes over 65 steps and over 3 hours to make and this tangible sense of quality certainly shines through in the finished product. The materials have been sourced from all over the globe and only selected for top-tier quality. The Kennedy Sunglasses have premium CR39 polarised lenses which provide unparalleled glare reduction and eye protection. Each pair has genuine wood inlays sourced from the Pacific Northwest and comes in a a travel case with a microfibre cleaning cloth. ($134)

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