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Four Spectacular Sunglass Brands That Aren't Ray-Ban, Persol or Oliver Peoples

Get These, Be Different.

By Geoff Rynex ·
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These four sunglass labels greatly reduce the risk of being one of 23 guys at a barbecue wearing Wayfarers. Browse safely.

Barton Perreira
Hand-crafted Japanese-made frames from an LA-based designer. These guys create their sunglasses in small batches, and you could make an argument for using a few pair as mantelpieces when you're not wearing them. 

Eyevan 7285
Made in Japan since 1972. You might have a temple piece inspired by a 1940s French Fork, or a washers inspired by vintage flight jacket zippers. They go deep. 

SALT.
A California-based label with lines inspired by three of the four elements (the sun itself takes care of fire). Handmade by third-generation Japanese artisans. Sensing a pattern?

Karen Walker Monumental
Just launched last week. This is her first menswear collection (though Lebron has long been a fan), and this first go-round is inspired by frames from the '30s and '50s. 

Geoff Rynex is the only person named Geoff Rynex in the history of mankind. He would rather have the best burger than the best steak, likes hearing bartender stories and spends too much money on clothes.

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