Sunglasses have tons of uses, from making your dog look like a blues musician to making your desktop cactus look like a blues musician. Look as cool as a blues musician with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $37 for any pair of anti-fog, scratch resistant sunglasses (up to a $184 value)
- $79 for a $500 worth of anti-fog, scratch resistant sunglasses<p>
Decorate your face with stylish shades such as the lightweight uni-grip Command model ($119), the aviator-frame Iceman ($90), or the spring-temple Union ($184). The independent, Oregon-based lens-smiths fit each pair with polycarbonate or polarized lenses, each designed with optical centers to eliminate distortion while preventing scratches and blocking every UV ray the sun can throw at you.<p>
EpicWear doesn’t have the outrageously expensive marketing budget of a multinational fashion firm, so the plucky U.S.-based company relies on the quality of their work to speak for itself. Their team of optical engineers kick off the process, building two types of high-tech lenses: a polycarbonate blend that delivers distortion-free depth perception, or a polarized lens with an 8-layer hard finish for extra scratch protection. Both deflect glare and block 100% of UV rays without distorting images on the other side of the sunglass. Next, designers and craftsfolk take over, drawing up a slew of rugged, sleek, or classic frames. So far, their efforts have resulted in everything from a futuristic wraparound Elipse—ideal keeping eyes dust free during biking or beach sports—to a classic Aviator frame that mimics the look of fighter pilots or the lawyers in the Lindbergh trial.