The Mag Bay style from Costa is available in four different frame colors, including black, tortoise and wood, but our favorite is this cool sunset fade. This style has an extra-large fit and is available with a variety of polarized lenses in both glass and plastic. $249


The new Stinson frames from Kaenon feature the company’s SR-91 lens. The material is lightweight, resists impact and offers sharp clarity, and you can choose from six different tints to suit your purpose. $209


Do you lose (or “misplace”) your sunglasses often? If yes, you’ll like the price point of Tints sunglasses. Classic style, polarized lenses, bamboo temples — and all for $35.


Maui Jim‘s PureAir series, including the Seven Pools style (shown) of sunglasses combine the company’s ultralight MauiPure lens (a super-clear, non-glass material) technology with a lightweight frame – the result is a pair of sunglasses that you can wear comfortably all day. $

Made for sailing, Ronstan’s Windshift sunglasses have polarized gray lenses that are self darkening — cool! Drop them in the drink? That’s OK — they float. $80

Find yourself juggling reading glasses and sunglasses? Check out the Sense Polarized Bifocals from Gill and leave the readers at home. They’re available in +1.5 and +2.5 strengths, and like all Gill sunglasses, they float! $99

Ocean Racing’s Waypoint sunglasses are suitable for both men and women with a secure fit for a variety of face shapes. The polarized polycarbonate lenses are highly impact resistant, offer broad spectrum UV protection and feature saltwater proof mirror and hydrophobic coatings for superior, long lasting, on the water performance. $60

The Wedge from Hobie is available in five frame colors, including the new satin black wood grain (shown), and three lens colors. The gray lens is recommended for everyday wear, while the copper lens enhances color contrast and is perfect for sailing. $80

Love aviators but need a little more coverage? Revo‘s Windspeed sunglasses are made for larger faces and with the Blue Water lens, they’re made for life on board. $199