Garrett Leight Co. Sunglasses

Brooks 47 by Garrett Leight Co.

Here’s a pair of polarized shades we like to keep the glare out on the water. In eight years of business, Garrett Leight Co.’s applied their Venice heritage to the sunglass industry and has gained worldwide appreciation. The Brooks 47 breaks the wayfarer mold and brings noticeable quality. The Brooks 47 comes in three colors. But our personal fave is the butter scotch frame with polar green lens.

GLC is independently owned, was founded in Venice Beach in 2010, and the company’s design studio is in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles. Each design incorporates the easy-going philosophy of California culture and is stamped with VC/CA 90291 as a reminder of their Venice roots. 

Buy a pair now from our friends at Huckberry.

Vuarnet Featured

Vuarnet 1709s

Don’t call it a comeback. Vuarnet is still at it, with these modern, yet old school Ice 1709s. Designed to work as well on the water as they do on ice, this collection offers removable side shields for maximum protection. Choose from a full range of Mineral Lenses, from $340.

Barton Perreira Joe 007 Sunglasses

Barton Perreira’s 007 Sunglasses

Move over Daniel Craig. Pre-order your 007 sunglasses and get your James Bond on while on deck. These Barton Perreira’s Joe sunglasses will be worn by James Bond in the up coming No Time To Die blockbuster film. The glasses are handmade in Japan with glass lenses and zylonite frames with 007 tastefully inscribed on the temple. Each pair comes with a limited edition 007 box, case and proof of authenticity card.

Might as well try them on. Word is this is Craig’s last Bond film, and you could be next.

Priced at $440.

Leather Sunglass Straps

These schmancy new leather sunglass straps from Clayton and Crume are just the thing for dressing up your eyewear. They’re made of premium full-grain leather and are guaranteed to offer years of service, while looking better and better as they wear. They have rubber tubing ends which “fits every pair of sunglasses we’ve ever seen”, they say.

Get yours here for $32 USD with free three-letter monogramming. Handcrafted in Louisville, Kentucky.

Tod's Sunglasses

Sunglasses by Tod’s

Sunglasses are a must on board. The challenge is finding a pair that has both style and function. We think these sweet shades from Tod’s do the trick. They feature acetate with metal and woven leather detailing on the temples. They protect your eyes, and simply make you debonair at the helm.

Order a pair for $499.

Persol 714 sunglasses

Persol 714 Limited Edition Sunglasses

We simply love the bright yellow and light blue — colors that evoke a sunny coastline.  Which is fitting, because a yacht’s the perfect place to don these Persol 714 Limited Edition Sunglasses.  An online exclusive, their classic silhouette folds down for easy carry, and with a production run of just 100 units, it’s only a question of when, not if, they sell out.

So hurry and get your pair at Persol.



Porche 40Y Limited Edition Sunglasses

Porsche P’8478 – 40 Year Limited Edition

In 1978, Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche designed the first sunglasses with interchangeable lenses called the P’8478.  For the 40-year anniversary, Porsche Design presents the legendary shades in a special “40Y” edition.  They are limited to 1,978 pairs and feature a unique matte-black titanium frame with gold accents on the characteristic bridge, lens holders and nose pads.  The new style comes in an exclusive travel box and with four additional sets of colored lenses.

The frame is manufactured from high quality lightweight titanium.  The lenses are made of scratch-resistant polycarbonate and offer 100% UV A & B protection.  The 5 interchangeable glass colors are grey gradient, blue gradi, blue/green mirror, mercury and brown.

You can order yours from Porsche Design for $500.
Porsche Sunglasses

Ombraz – "Armless" Sunglasses

Ombraz – “Armless” Sunglasses

These new shades from Ombraz are designed for action, with an adjustable cord that replaces traditional temple arms. They features Premium Carl Zeiss polyamide lenses designed to reduce reflection, in handcrafted frames made of cellulose acetate.

Are armless sunglasses the future? They very well may be. Decide for yourself at Ombraz.



Costa Del Mar sunglasses (Men's)

When it comes to eye wear on the water. Go Costa.

We like Costa mainly for the clarity and eye protection their lens technology offers.  But their comfort, durability, and vast style and sizing options are bonuses too.

Costa Del Mar was founded in 1983 in Daytona Beach, Florida by Ray Ferguson. Ferguson started the company by providing the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration with a pair of specially designed sunglasses. The glasses were such a hit that they were later endorsed by the government agency.

In 1986, Ferguson got his foot in the door at the Stars and Stripes, America’s Cup Challenge. Australian team captain, Dennis Connor wrote to Ferguson asking him to stock his team with Costa Del Mar sunglasses because they reveled in how well the glasses protected and shielded their eyes from glare and UV rays.

The Technology: Costa Del Mar sunglasses are made with 1 millimeter thin Lightweave glass polycarbonate lens, covered in a premium glare anti-reflecting absorbent coating. A scratch-proof encapsulated lens provides 100% UV protection and the entire line of Costa Del Mar sunglasses come in no fade lens colors.

While a bit more, we recommend paying up for their newest 580G technology.  It offers the finest in clarity and eye protection and the G (Glass) is scratch resistant.