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    Women holding Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses in the lens color Rose Gold
    Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses

    1. Ray-Ban
    The Ray-Ban Aviator sunglasses made their debut back in the 1930s as airline flights became more popular, and pilots were the legends of the time. They actually provided sunglasses to military aviators in the early years of aviation. This Italian based company offers polarized lenses that help protect eyes from glare. These glasses gained popularity in the 1980s with the release of such movies as “Top Gun” and “Risky Business.” Offering glasses for both men and women, Ray-Ban glasses run around a $150 to $200 a pair.


    Oakley Sunglasses in the lens color Glacier
    Oakley Sunglasses
    2. Oakley, Inc.

      Founded in California, Oakley specializes in lifestyle and sports equipment. This company started pushing sunglasses to the younger generation in the 1990s as a competitor of Ray-Ban. Their style of sunglasses appears rugged and flexible for use outdoors in any kind of weather. With sunglasses for both women and men, Oakley, Inc. sunglasses range in price from $75 to $300.


      Blue Hawaii sunglasses from Maui Jim
      Blue Hawaii from Maui Jim. Image from szemuvegvilag.com

      3. Maui Jim

      Maui Jim sunglasses made their debut by hotel pools in Maui, Hawaii in the early 1980s. By 1988, they were just beginning to be seen on the mainland. These sunglasses are designed for both men and women. They feature a Hawaiian, day at the beach feel in their styling. Many of the styles feature polarized lenses of various colors that help protect against the glare of sunlight. These glasses range in price from $100 to $200.


      Prada Sunglasses with sunglasses case
      Prada Sunglasses. Photo from Pinterest

      4. Prada Eyewear

        Prada sunglasses are brought to you from one of the most luxurious fashion houses in Italy. These sunglasses are known for their fresh and quirky styles that come in a variety of colors and shapes on the armbands. They are made for both men and women. By the 1990s, these were a household name in luxury sunglasses. You can expect a pair of these sunglasses to cost between $100 to $600.


        Persol Sunglasses
        Persol Sunglasses. Photo from Pinterest

        5. Persol

          Begun in 1917, this Italian luxury eyewear company began making eyewear for pilots and racecar drivers. The name, Persol, translates to “per il sol” in Italian that means “for the sun” in English. Most of the sunglasses feature a silver arrow for its trademarked, Supreme Arrow. Most of their sunglasses are made for men and women who participate in outdoor sports and activities. These sunglasses typically cost around $100 to $250 a pair.


          Tom Ford Sunglasses
          Tom Ford Sunglasses. Photo from Tomford.com

          6. Tom Ford

            Tom Ford is a multitalented American known for his fashion design and film director career. He was instrumental in turning Gucci around at one time. These sunglasses feature a wide variety of styles from frames that look like the number eight to thicker style frames in a variety of colors. Since 2006, when he launched his own fashion line in the United States, Tom Ford sunglasses have grown in popularity. You can expect to pay between $150 to $300 a pair.


            Gucci glasses
            Gucci Sunglasses

            7. Gucci

              Gucci is an Italian based company known for its fashion and leather accessories. The company first started making sunglasses in the 1990s and sales were slow to grow. Today, they are one of the best brands in sunglasses. From aviator shades to square lenses, these sunglasses offer many styles and colors for both men and women. In some styles, the arms of the sunglasses feature an ornate style or other fun details. When buying a pair, you can pay as little as a $150 and as much as $400 for a pair.


              EMPORIO ARMANI sunglasses
              Emporio Armani Sunglasses. Photo fromfashionsstreetsmag.blogspot.com

              8. Emporio Armani

              Emporio Armani is a spin-off label of Armani, which is a high-end fashion label in Italy. This line makes a name for itself as presenting a more modern and trendy fashion look, including their line of sunglasses. The line has its own logo of a “G” curving into the Armani “A.” This label offers aviator and square sunglasses along with the latest trends in men and women’s sunglasses. Their sunglasses sell from around $75 a pair all the way up to $250 a pair.


              Versace Sunglasses with sunglasses case
              Versace Sunglasses. Photo fromzalando.co.uk

              9. Versace

                Started in 1978, this Italian fashion house made its debut in Milan, Italy. Known for its ornate, female-centered logo, Versace sunglasses are popular in their wrap around and aviator styles. To protect your eyes, most of the lenses come polarized. Some of the styles for women feature ornate and extravagant details. These glasses cost between $100 and $200 a pair.


                Dolce & Gabbana sunglasses
                Dolce & Gabbana Sunglasses. Photo from Macy.com

                10. Dolce & Gabbana

                  Dolce & Gabbana is another hot Italian fashion house known for its luxurious, upscale styles. With wide rims and the well known interlaced “D” and “G” logo, these sunglasses come in a variety of colors and lenses colors. Many of the pairs offer wrap around or over-sized lenses. Sunglasses made for both men and women average around $200 a pair. Here at Fuse Lenses, we sell replacement lenses for all of these name brands of sunglasses (and more!) in a variety of colors. Almost all of our lenses have a polarized option for minimal glare and increased eye comfort. In addition, every single one of our lenses offers 100% percent UV protection for your eye health and safety. It's as easy as selecting the brand and model to find your replacement lenses.


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