Polarized Sunglasses


Polarized sunglasses for men have always been a key accessory for out on the water, but do you really know the best polarized lenses for city strolling? The best pair of sunglasses for parks and urban adventures are the ones that reduce glare from the sun and improve visibility without causing eye strain. 

A good pair of polarized sunglasses use linear polarized lenses that cut glare, have nose pads, avoid eye fatigue and don’t reduce visibility. 


Good Value 


Some brands like Ray-Ban, may use circular polarized lenses that cut glare and also protect your eyes from UV rays however other brands use both linear and circular polarized lenses to maximize protection from UV rays. These sunglasses are the most effective and also the most expensive, but it’s still possible to find some of the best frame shapes under $100, and even some great wooden frames for under $50.




If you’re looking for great style at a value, our Bearspaw, polarized lens reflects light and includes uv protection under $60 USD. Out stylish Wayfair, packs a punch and is the perfect performance frame for seasonal transitions whether you’re on the trail, on the water or exploring the city on your bike. The Bearspaw, rectangular lense are considered a regular fit and are perfect for men with regular to larger faces, and naturally we think they look good one anyone including Adam.


How To Wear


Our Bearspaw work on most face shapes, but not on everyone. Often, it isn’t actually due to the shape, but more so the color and size of the sunglasses in contrast to your skin tone and size of your head. When it comes to face shapes, they particularly work well on oblong, oval and round face shapes. To find the best sunglasses for your face and skin tone, shop for men’s sunglasses online at Vigor Eyewear and get 15% off on your first order.

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