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From personal experience, we can safely say that finding a decent and compact sunglass case is a very difficult task. That was until we came across this stylish option by Makr, an elegant sleeve that gives you a solid protection for your frames. Beautifully crafted from thick Horween leather, and with an Antique brass button stud for closure, the case is hand sewn, hand painted, and available in several styles.
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Warby Parker have just launched the Circuit Collection, some minimalist summer frames inspired by grand prix motor racing. The newest range of lightweight Japanese titanium sunglasses is inspired by the shapes of Grand Prix tracks and vintage wire frames. These Circuit frames manage to be both modern and classic, with three styles to choose from, and available in a range of colorways.
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Southern-California based brands Aether Apparel and luxury eyewear makers SALT, have teamed up for an exclusive collaboration on a limited-edition line of sunglasses. Both brands have an intense passion for the outdoors, and the collection itself is designed for those drawn to adventure. Two models are available, the Scout, and the Explorer, both motorcycle-inspired styles that feature lightweight, beta-titanium frames, nearly unbreakable temples and titanium nose pads help keep the glasses in place. Both models also feature windshields and an extended frame-top, to reduce air flow and peripheral sunlight. watch the video
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Portland-based eyewear brand Shwood is famous for its genuine wood frames. This time around they have teamed up with another American label, Stanley (a brand known for their rugged and reliable thermos) for another innovative new line of eyewear this Spring/Summer 2015. The limited edition Shwood x Stanley adventure pack includes a Stanley Classic Flask and a pair of Shwood titanium sunglasses - both finished in the classic Stanley "hammertone” texture. You can choose from two models, the Canby, and the Francis.
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Northern Lights is an emerging luxury eyewear brand from Canada, they are re-inventing early mountaineering styles into modern fashion pieces. Originally developed to protect early mountain climbers from the snow and sun´s blinding glare, the Mountaineering sunglasses featured removable side shields, and moderate to dark tinted lenses. The Northern Lights Optic interpretation is a stylish, unisex model available in several styles, outfitted with genuine leather sides, and fitted with Aurora CR39 high quality lenses. Check out their website for the full collection. via watch the video
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Shwood have unveiled their new line of eyewear crafted from reconstructed newspaper! Their newest material experiment named the Newspaper Collection is made using reconstructed newspaper "logs”, resulting in a line of sunglasses completely unique in their appearance. The dense lines, swirling grain, and just a hint of text make each pair, truly stand out. Check the process video after the jump.
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We have to say that we´re really psyched about these F-Bom Goggles from Abom, and you know why? Because they´re gonna eliminate the biggest buzzkill when we´re rippin´ the snow - fogged up goggles! The way it works is very simple and cool; the abom guys placed a heat conductive film, powered by a small and light rechargeable battery, between a two part lens, thus maintaining it warm and preventing the fog to form because there´s no more temperature difference. How ingenious and simple is that? You have two ways to activate it, with a quick tap on the side of the lens you get an immediate power burst that eliminates the fog when you need it. Press the button a little longer and you´ll get a continuous heating delivery for a whole day. With the more economical power mode you can get up to a week of battery life. They also feature high-grade a Carl Zeiss polycarbonate lens, with anti-scratching coating, the possibility of changing the lens easily, and the ability to adjust to the light conditions. watch the video
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Shwood first made a name for themselves with their beautifully handcrafted wooden sunglasses, now the Portland-based brand have released the Shwood RX Collection specifically designed for prescription use. The collection features many of their familiar styles, but also brand-new silhouettes, equipped with premium polycarbonate lenses with full optical treatment. To see the whole collection, head over to their website. watch the video
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Zeal Optics have completely redesigned their popular HD Camera Goggle. The new Zeal HD2 Camera Goggle features a 170-degree wide angle camera lens that wirelessly connects and transfers 1080p & 720p HD quality video, and 12 megapixel HD photos directly to your phone allowing you to have easy access to everything you shoot instantly. All is controlled by glove-ready buttons on the side of the frame. It includes a 8GB Micro SD Card and is available now in four styles. watch the video

Learn more from Zeal Optics, or purchase now from Amazon
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Woodzee is a company committed to promoting a healthier relationship between humankind and nature, their cool sunglasses are created from natural renewable resources, such as repurposed maple wood skateboard decks. Each frame is finished with a wax coating and stainless steel spring loaded hinges. Check out their latest Fall 2014 skateboard collection at their website.

Learn more from Woodzee, or purchase now from Amazon
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Austrian eyewear label Rolf Spectacles is a small, family-run business that specializes in manufacturing beautiful and elegant eyewear with wood. The hand-made, lightweight wooden eyewear is produced completely without any metal parts or screws, even the innovative hinge is made of wood! Their latest Evolve Collection is produced by hand and combines the existing design excellence, finest natural materials and elaborate finishing. watch the video
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Outdoor gear experts Poler have teamed up with eyewear brand RAEN Optics for a special collection of sunglasses envisioned for the traveler, adventurer and thrill seeker. The collaboration resulted in three distinct models, the Garwood - a wayfarer-esque frame, the Remy - a modern lightweight frame, and the Myer - a bold frame with a squared off outline. All models are fitted with Carl Zeiss lenses to ensure you’re able to keep adventuring for days on end.

Available now from Poler or from Raen
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 Vinylize make eyewear from old, unwanted vinyl records. The company, based in Budapest, Hungary uses a laser cutter to craft old records into some really amazing and unique eyewear, with texture, pattern, and a sense of history. Even the carrying case is made from a folded record fitted with a zipper! They have both a optical glasses and sunglasses collection with a range of styles to choose from. watch the video
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From personal experience, we can safely say that finding a decent and compact eyeglass case is a very difficult task. That was until we came across this stylish option by Tanner Goods. Inspired by the late 1960s-era US Army standard-issue case, the guys have created a simple, functional and elegant case. The leather cases are made to order and are available in a choice of different colors. They also make the Sunglass Case, a slightly larger version.
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Portland-based eyewear company Shwood have presented their latest addition to the "Wood Original” Collection. The Prescott features a wayfarer-like unisex frame with raised browline and rectangular lenses and is available in a choice of Walnut or dark Walnut finish. You can also choose from their standard Carl Zeiss lenses or Japanese polarized grey lenses.

You can pick up Shwood sunglasses from their website or at Amazon
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Portland-based eyewear company Shwood combines titanium and wood for an innovative new line of eyewear for Spring/Summer 2014. The Titanium collection combines Shwood´s signature hardwood designs with hi-tech and lightweight titanium, and includes three styles in a choice of two different wood options, walnut and dark walnut. You can also choose from two styles of lenses, grey and G15 polarized. Check out the introductory video after the jump.
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Makers of premium goggles and motorbike accessories "100%" have recently presented "The Barstow Google”. Inspired by the legendary hare & hound desert races of the 1970´s, this new goggle pays tribute to this classic era of motorcycling. Designed with vintage moto styling and built with today´s high performance features, the result is a timeless look with next level motocross performance. The Barstow is available in two versions: the Classic, MX specific version and, for those also (or more) café racer-oriented, the Legend version is available.

Learn more from The Barstow website or purchase now from amazon
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If you missed out on the first batch of limited edition Persol Steve McQueen sunglasses, you´ll be happy to know Persol have made the iconic shades available again. The Persol 714 model was first released fifty years ago and was elevated to legendary status by the "King of Cool”, the late Steve McQueen. This is a limited edition, if interested, act fast for a chance to own one of the most classic sunglasses of all time.

You can also pick up the "non limited edition” Persol 714 sunglasses from amazon
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