Sunglasses that literally stop traffic, as wearers are often stopped on the street for compliments.
Attractive and durable. Dark enough for a sunny day, but not too dark for passing clouds. Hinges at nose and mid-stem allow glasses to fold up. 100% UVA and UVB protection. Polarized and non-polarized options. Compliments most face shapes.
Glasses are a little heavy and can slide down the nose.
Thicker frames give a decidedly masculine look. And the price for the non-polarized option is a steal!
Durable, larger frame. Complements oval and round faces. Lenses provide UVA and UVB protection. Polarized and non-polarized options.
Style is too big for smaller faces. Stems don't fold.
Fashion-forward with an intriguing frame color pattern. Smaller framed, potentially unisex option.
Lightweight and comfortable. Great for casual wear, driving. Complements oval and square faces. Lenses offer UVA and UVB protection. Polarized and non-polarized options.
Style is best for smaller faces. Stems don't fold.
Bolder frames make a compliment magnet with this pair of sunnies.
Thicker frame is masculine and provides durability. Unique keyhole bridge. Complements oval and square faces. Crystal lenses with UVA and UVB protection. Polarized and non-polarized options.
Too big for smaller faces. Stems don't fold.
One of the few metal frame glasses in this collection. Only available with polarized lenses, which can mean a higher price tag.
Classic aviator style that's light and comfortable on the face. Complements oval, heart and round faces. Polarized crystal lenses give UVA and UVB protection. Clear adjustable nose pads.
Silhouette doesn't look good on full faces. Stems don't fold.
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Show some Italian style in iconic Persol sunglasses — a favorite of movie stars (the 714 was worn by Steve McQueen in “The Thomas Crown Affair”) and a staple of Vogue. It’s no wonder Persol epitomizes chic — the brand started in Turin in 1917, when photographer Giuseppe Ratti, owner of Berry Opticians, realized that the invention of the motor car and airplane called for a new kind of eye protection for sports drivers and pilots. His goal of style and comfort with optimum vision continues, with classic Persol sunglass designs staying true to their design heritage while offering modern updates like UVA/UVB protection in both polarized and non-polarized versions.