MessyWeekend Copenhagen Sunglasses & Goggles

Whilst summer might seem a long time away right now, there is never a bad time to get your hands on a pair of quality sunglasses and, if you happen to be heading to the slopes and find yourself in need of a pair of snow goggles, you can get it all under one digital roof with the awesome wares from MessyWeekend, a Copenhagen based brand with an first class design aesthetic.

MessyWeekend are a Danish start up brand founded as recently as 2018 but they’ve wasted no time whatsoever in delivering an impressive line up of sunglasses and snow googles that any contemporary man will appreciate. If you’ve found yourself in need of either of these ocular accessories of late, you’ll be delighted to hear they’ve got some cracking Black Friday Deals to be taken advantage of – the best of which you can see below:

ALL WEEK 25% OFF EVERYTHING WITH CODE BF25

  • MONDAY: SAVE UP TO 50% on FLOAT GOGGLES WITH THE 2 FOR 1 BUNDLE
  • TUESDAY Deal 1: SAVE 40% ON THIS ULTIMATE GOGGLE DEAL – ON TOP OF THE FLOAT WITH XE2 LENSES, YOU GET OUR BESTSELLING XE1 LENS, AN EXTRA STRAP, AAAAND AND PAIR OF COOL SHADES.
  • TUESDAY Deal 2: SAVE 40% ON THIS ULTIMATE GOGGLE DEAL – ON TOP OF THE FLOAT GOGGES WITH XE2 LENSES, YOU GET AN EXTRA STRAP, AAAAND AND PAIR OF COOL SHADES.  
  • WEDNESDAY: TBA
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  • ALL WEEK: SAVE 25% ON EVERYTHING WITH CODE BF25

Use the links below to get these deals:

MONDAY: https://messyweekend.com/collections/_bundle-2-for-1

TUESDAYhttps://messyweekend.com/collections/_bundles-all-in-pack

WEDNESDAYhttps://messyweekend.com/collections/_bundle-duo

THURSDAYhttps://messyweekend.com/collections/_goggles-plus-lens

We love brands like MessyWeekend here at Coolector HQ that dare to do things differently and focus on giving their customers the best possible prices and deals. And, perhaps best of all, MessyWeekend are even able to donate a part of their revenue to an NGO that clean up waste from the oceans. A real win/win in our book.

Check out some of their best wares below:

Shackleton Sunglasses – €65

The Shackleton Sunglasses from MessyWeekend are a retro round and slight metallic frame (nickel- and lead-free) pair which are encompassed by tortoise polycarbonate. The combination of the slight gradient golden lenses with the tortoise finish gives you a warm look that will look great whenever the sun comes out to play. (€65)

MessyWeekend Float Snow Goggles – €115

The FLOAT is MessyWeekend’s first ever Snow Goggle design and, from what we’ve seen here at Coolector HQ, they’ve hit a home run right off the bat. This year, they’ve tinkered with the design a touch to give their superb snow goggles an even better high contrast lens technology – named the XE2. The lens is available in green (revo-mirror coated) or in silver (mirrored). These goggles comes in a number of different colourways including our favourite – the black frame with black straps and white logo. Additional yellow lenses for overcast snow is included. (€115)

MessyWeekend Jack Sunglasses – €65

The Jack Sunglasses from MessyWeekend (€65) are available in three different colourways – black, grey and tortoise – and regardless which you pick you’ll be hard pressed to find a better pair of sunglasses for a more affordable price. The Jack Sunglasses are squared handmade acetate sunglasses with full UV400 protection. The light and slim frame makes them suitable for most faces and offers a simple yet exclusive look. (€65)

MessyWeekend Makula Polarised Sunglasses – €55

Effortlessly cool and versatile enough to go with any man’s style, we’re loving these MessyWeekend Makalu Polarised Sunglasses (€55) here at Coolector HQ. These Makalu Sunglasses are a sporty version of the Brooklyn from Messy Weekend – and unquestionably no less cool than those. The high-quality blue revo lenses are polarised and gives the sunglasses an extra cool summer vibe perfect for the beach. Get these in now ready for all your sunshine adventures in 2020 and beyond. (€55)

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