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Founded by world-champion jet-ski racer Tommy "The Bomber" Bonacci, Bomber Eyewear is home to engineers who forge rugged frames and lenses to protect active eyes and ensure a snug, pinch-free fit with patented foam lining. Lines such as the D-Bombs ($16.95–$34.95) and Sugar-Bombs ($16.95–$34.95) offer a choice of polarized or nonpolarized lenses and wrap heads in style like a homemade mask of Greta Garbo. All pairs sport EVA foam linings that buoy shades dropped in water and hug ears without adding bulk to eyewear, keeping faces light as they whirl to catch the next wave or last-second hail-mary pass. Larger lenses and goggle-like frames characterize the LTD series ($40.95–$41.95), which is ideal for sports on land and sea or in a diabolical billionaire's sky fortress. Bomber Eyewear's OSHA-approved safety glasses promote ocular peace of mind in industrial workplaces, with frames and lenses wrought from polycarbonate, a component of bulletproof glass ($7.95–$17.95).