If you’re lacking in the shade department, we have a solution sure to get your eyewear steez back on track: Warby Parker’s new Field Series sunglasses.
It isn’t just another group of fresh silhouettes from the industry-changing eyewear brand. The limited-edition range is as reliable as those might be. Instead, the Field Series displays a new concept for crafting sunglasses, one that focuses on multilayered construction. Think of it like a sandwich of eye-saving UV protection and streamlined design, but instead of bread and turkey, we’re talking premium cellulose acetate and Japanese titanium.
Two frames that should appeal to every style-minded man’s tastes and face shape: the Reed, which is a sleek triple-layer-built round frame in matte black or jade green (green spruce, to be exact) with monochromatic lenses, and the Grady, a two-layer frame in tortoise or crystal acetate featuring an uncommon cutout detail along the brow line. Either is sure to bring your frame game to A-level status, and in true Warby fashion, they’re a steal.