We’ve got the eye protection you need in the looks you want. At 39DollarGlasses, we offer a large selection of stylish sunglasses for men, featuring today’s most popular styles. When you’re looking for the latest shades, be sure to choose sunglasses with lenses customized to your prescription. They should provide 100% UV protection. The health of your eyes is vital so choose sunglasses that support clearer, sharper vision even in bright sunlight. We stock an extensive selection of men’s frames in a variety of lightweight materials. We’ll meet your needs whether you want classic black-framed sunglasses, gun metal aviators or rimless glasses crafted from flexible materials. You’ll find must-have frames, durable go-to glasses, professional standouts, and retro designs starting at just $39! Style isn’t the only factor to consider with a pair of prescription sunglasses for men. Your glasses should be durable and suited to your activities. We make it easy to select the perfect pair of ones for your lifestyle. To find a frame faster, you can filter your results by shape, color and more. Also choose your preferred lens tint and see how it pairs up with your favorite frames. 39DollarGlasses is the place to order men’s shades and women’s sunglasses for less. Sport the look you want sooner, when you shop now.
No matter where you live, you need sunglasses to deliver protection for your eyes against harmful ultraviolet rays. Our men’s prescription sunglasses and shades are crafted in the USA to meet your vision needs and style preferences. You’ll get a complete pair of men’s Rx sunglasses that includes the frames and lenses for one low price. That means you can have precision optics with your tint choice framed in a stylish pair of sunglasses. Each pair comes with a complete guarantee of worry-free satisfaction. While you’re ordering the ideal men’s prescription shades online, also browse our eyeglasses for men. With our low prices, you can get your vision needs conveniently covered in one place.
As with our women’s and children’s glasses, 39DollarGlasses has a wide choice of frame widths and temple arm lengths for men’s sunglasses. On average, men’s faces tend to be a bit wider than women’s, so men's sunglasses don’t come in the narrowest width. Although women's glasses can be as thin as 71mm, the narrowest of men's styles measure between 120 and 129 mm, medium width is between 130 and 139mm, wide is 130-139 mm, and extra-wide is at least 150 mm wide. We also provide a measurement for the earpieces, called temple arms. Short temple arms are between 80 and 130 mm, and the longest we have runs 146mm to 180mm. So, no matter what shaped face and head you may have, we have attractive men’s style glasses for you.
The best sunglasses for men fit their style and work for their activities and lifestyle. A good pair of sunglasses, like a good haircut, makes all the difference in a guy’s looks. There was a time when men always completed an outfit with a hat. Today, an attractive pair of men’s sunglasses completes any outfit. For some, an aviator style looks great, but others may want a more professional look and choose classic square-round shapes. Hipsters may like round glasses or brightly colored or clear frames. Men choose different lens colors, too. No matter the style, the fit should be perfect, and the lenses provide eye protection under the harshest conditions. If you wear prescription glasses, your sunglasses should be customized to your prescription and provide 100% UV protection, protecting you from serious eye conditions such as cataracts and photokeratitis. The health of your eyes is vital, so choose sunglasses that support clearer, sharper vision even in bright sunlight. No matter where you live, you need sunglasses to deliver protection for your eyes against harmful ultraviolet rays.
The coolest fashions in men’s sunglasses for this winter and the coming summer have a few throwbacks, some hybrids, and some innovation. The D-shaped frame, an angular, oversized look is coming back. The futuristic style looks best on rounder faces. The wayfarer sunglasses are classics, and the squarer ones are becoming a trend. They are hipster but look good on most men. Metal frames, gold or silver, are traditional and still popular, especially the flat brow style. Aviators are also classic but oversized seems to be the way to go. A twist on aviators is the navigator style. These take the aviator shape and square them up. Another classic style is the clubmaster, and they are currently in vogue. Heavy brow line sunglasses are cool right now, too. You can find some hybrids that combine clubmasters with a heavier brow line. For a cool throwback, look to the vintage round style. They have been cool for a while now and don’t seem to be fading in popularity.
So, to look cool in your new sunglasses, look through the many popular styles to choose from on 39DollarGlasses today. You are sure to find some you like.
Some of the top brands in men’s sunglasses include Persols, Oliver Peoples, Ray-Ban, Oakley, Gucci, Prada, American Optical, Mykita, Randolph, Tom Ford, and Maui Jim. At 39DollarGlasses, we offer a large selection of men's sunglasses in today’s most popular styles.. Whether you want classic, black-framed sunglasses, gunmetal aviators, or rimless glasses crafted from flexible materials, we'll meet your needs. Complete the look with lenses tinted in the color you prefer. If you spend lots of time at the beach or on the water, consider our polarized lenses that give you complete UV protection. 39DollarGlasses is the best place to order men’s shades and women’s sunglasses for less.
Maui Jim sunglasses are considered by many to be the best manufacturer of polarized lenses. The company originated in Hawaii, where sun glare is certainly a factor. Glasses USA and Nooz are two other popular manufacturers of polarized sunglasses. Polarized lenses are treated with a special chemical to allow them to filter reflective light better. With polarized lenses, you can see well under the harshest light conditions.
At 39DollarGlasses, we offer our UltimateView Polarized Lenses for all our standard sunglasses. These highly effective polarized lenses drastically reduce glare, allowing you to see clearly even on the beach or out on the water. This, in turn, helps minimize vision strain and eye fatigue, which are both directly related to glare. From boating to beach fun and other outdoor activities, a pair of our quality polarized sunglasses keeps you protected from harmful glare and UV rays.
Men’s sunglasses should fit well because if they hurt or don’t stay in place, you won’t be happy with them. The fit of men’s sunglasses should always be comfortable, and they should stay in place when you move. One key factor is the nose bridge which provides much of the support for glasses. A too wide bridge on a too narrow nose means glasses are uncomfortable and slip off easily. If the bridge is too narrow, you’re your nose, they will sit too high and not stay on. Make sure your eyes are in the center of the lenses by using the measuring tool on our website. Get lenses large enough, so your eyes are completely covered and protected. Your eyebrows should be above the frames, and your eyelashes should never brush against the lenses. Pay attention to the width when you choose sunglasses; too narrow, and they will pinch and give you headaches. If they are too wide, they won't stay on, especially if you participate in sports. Even glasses that fit well can become uncomfortable to wear if they are too heavy, so look at the weight of the frames, too, when shopping for men's sunglasses.
To buy men’s sunglasses, start by measuring a pair of glasses that fit you well. If you look and there are numbers printed on the inside of the temple arm, the first is the measurement for the lens width, the second is the bridge width, and if there is a third number, it designates the temple arm length. These numbers will help you find sunglasses that fit you best. If you wear prescription glasses, the measurements should be on them but, you can take measurements yourself if the well-fitting glasses you have aren’t marked.
Decide on shapes that might work well for your face and what colors might work well with your coloring. Finally, think about your own fashion sense and lifestyle. One guy might look great in round glasses but not feel comfortable with bright colors. Someone else might avoid red glasses because they clash with red hair. Executives might want sophisticated looks for weekdays and something fun for the weekends.
Next, choose your lens tint. At 39dollarglasses, you can choose from gray, brown, green, blue, rose, orange, or yellow. Different colors offer various advantages. Grey, for example, works well on both cloudy days and sunny and out on the water. Grey is dark enough to give your eyes good protection. The red color within both brown and yellow lenses improves your depth perception. They are not as good on cloudy days with less light, but in bright conditions, amber sunglasses heighten contrast in color. Green glasses provide good contrast, too but a more accurate color interpretation. They protect your eyes from the sun while brightening things in shadow. Blue lenses protect well against glare and sharpen contours you see. Red or rose glasses work well in snowy conditions because they help your eyes adjust to contrast in the all-white landscape.
Then decide on whether you want polarized lenses or not. Polarized lenses have been treated with a special chemical to allow them to filter reflective light. With polarized lenses, you can see well under the harshest light conditions.
Choosing the right men’s sunglasses for you starts with determining your face shape. Different styles of glasses compliment different face shapes. For example, you could have an oval, square, oblong, round, triangular, or heart-shaped face. Women are often more aware of their face shape because they base hairstyles and makeup techniques on them. An oval face looks like an egg, standing on its narrow end, and a round face has the same dimension across the cheekbones as between forehead and chin. A square face is like a round one, but your jawline and forehead are wider and square-shaped. Oblong has round edges like round faces, but the dimension between forehead and chin is longer. Heart-shaped and triangular have wider foreheads and narrow chins. Once you determine your shape, use the filtering tool on 39dollarglasses to see the best frame shapes for you. For example, for round faces, look for glasses slightly wider than your round face to slim your face. For a square face, we suggest oval, round sunglasses or square ones with some rounded edges. Once you decide on a frame shape, ensure they will fit you properly.