The sun is shining and it’s time for some cruising in style. Do you have prefer a classic look like the Ray-Ban Wayfarer, or are you an active yachtsman looking for something like the Maui Jim Waterman? Here are 11 options for new on-the-water eyewear this season.
Downing by Warby Parker
These stylish rounded frames from Warby Parker look a whole lot more expensive than their entry-level price point belies.
714 Series by Persol
Full-acetate frames give a firm backbone to these seriously stylish shades from Persol.
Aviators by Ray-Ban
Dial up your inner Top Gun pilot with the always-in-style Aviators by Ray-Ban.
Wayfarers by Ray-Ban
Does it get more classic than these unisex Wayfarers, also from Ray-Ban? Our vote is no.
Sams by J. Crew
The unisex Sams are a best seller for high-low fashion powerhouse J. Crew.
Cordovas by Illesteva
Acetate frames and UV400 lenses lend these handmade Italian occhiali da sole some serious bona fides.
Waterman by Maui Jim
These titanium-framed shades from Maui Jim are serious on-the-water sunglasses. And that complimentary neckstrap makes sure they stay stuck to your head during all your adventures.
Byron Bay by Maui Jim
Named for the famous Australian surf town, these chilled-out sunglasses come in a variety of frames, including one super-durable pair in matte-black rubber.
Jacob Aviators by Tom Ford
Want to look absolutely scorching at your next yacht party? There’s no better way to do it than to channel fashion legend Tom Ford with these flashy aviators.
Whitetips by Costa
Named for the formidable pelagic predator, these fishing-centric sunglasses will help transform you into quite the pelagic predator yourself.
Golden Eyewear Outline by Porsche Design
Porsche doesn’t just design cars. These sunglasses were dreamed up by the famous German company and were constructed using real gold.