From partying too hard to jumping off lake house docks, sunglasses have a tendency to slip into the void. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the best men’s sunglasses under $100 you can buy right now.
Shades can be expensive and sometimes the price is justified. A high-dollar pair to have on reserve for the right occasion is a worthwhile purchase. But for everyday use, a less costly pair is more practical.
Here is our curation of the best shades for guys under $100.
Best Men’s Sunglasses Under $100
1. MVMT Ingram
MVMT made their name in the watch arena. They are a millennial company specializing in quality watches without the premium prices. They’ve done a great job transitioning into the sunglasses market, and the MVMT Ingram’s are a prime example. Their vintage look takes shape through their round lenses and keyhole nose bridge. The polarized lenses offer 100% UV protection, and the frame is secured with Akulon-coated German screws for suitable tension and durability. MVMT offers a two-year guarantee on these sunglasses. At $98 they near the high point of our list, yet are still economical and the quality speaks for itself.
54 mm Lens width
18 mm bridge
The Lacoste L602snd’s are a premium pair of men’s sunglasses without the premium price. Their tortoise shell color is dubbed Blonde Havana and the lenses are cool shade of blue. You can wear these to keep a casual vibe going at a low-key party, or dress to impress at a more formal occasion. Originally founded in Troyes, France in 1933, Lacoste is a brand that has staying power. If there is any one on this planet that knows fashion, it’s the French. The L602snd’s feature the Lacoste logo subtly positioned on the right lens. The arms show the piqué pattern adding an element of unique customization not seen in many other pairs their equal.
51 mm Lens width
19 mm bridge
Toroe is a lesser-known brand compared to some of the heavier hitters on this list. That does not mean they should be overlooked. This brand is reputable having been in business since 2018. They are headquartered in Los Angeles. The lenses are Polarized UV 400, scratch resistant, and waterproof. Even cooler, the lenses are glazed with hydrophobic material that truly protects them from water. As soon as contact is made, the water rolls right off. No need to wipe your lenses after the glasses are worn in the pool, lake, or ocean. Toroe also backs their sunglasses with a lifetime warranty. This covers defects, general damage, lost or broken occurrences. Note that lost or broken claims are limited to two replacements.
55 mm Lens width
17 mm bridge
Polo is a worldwide iconic fashion brand. Their PH4153 sunglasses are an excellent pair of shades for the man that enjoys the finer things. At $95, they are one of the more expensive pairs on the list, but the name brand sells itself. The lenses are scratch resistant with coated 100% ultraviolet protection to fight harmful UV rays. These sunglasses blend the iconic Polo style with a modern acetate construction. Each pair of Ralph Lauren sunglasses come with a case and cleaning cloth.
58 mm Lens width
17 mm bridge
These are the most affordable pair of sunglasses on our list. But don’t let that fool you into thinking they cut corners on quality. Despite being so inexpensive, the Nieppa polarized sunglasses are built well. The lenses are anti-reflective and block UVA / UVB rays. If you’re an avid water or snow sport enthusiast, these shades do a good job reducing glare caused by water or snow. For peace of mind, Nieppa offers a 30-day moneyback guarantee. Aside form the sunglasses, your order will come a glasses box, cleaning cloth, and a convenient storage bag.
62 mm Lens width
15 mm bridge
6. Goodr OG’s
The Goodr OG’s are perfect for running, working out, partying, or fishing. Or whatever the hell you want to do while wearing them. They don’t slip off your face and they’re comfortable.
Equally important, this particular style of OG’s is called Whiskey Shots with Satan, so take that however you want.
On a serious note, Goodr puts a lot of effort into their product. That is evident from their 9-layer lenses. They start out with a scratch-resistant layer, then a clear-coated layer. The third layer is a polarized filter, then the base color lens. After that, another clear-coated layer, then another scratch-resistant. The final three lens layers are UV400 protective, a reflective color finish, and finally, the anti-scratch/anti-salt water coating. It’s a lot packed into a tiny lens.
53 mm Lens width
12 mm bridge
These are just 6 examples of the best men’s sunglasses under $100. You don’t have to spend $200 plus to have a nice pair of sunglasses. Depending on what you’re after, you can stay in the range of $25 to $100, and find a well-made, stylish set.
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