Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Vintage Square "Robinette" Designer Sunglasses Orange Bronze

These square sunglasses inspired by designer styles are highly fashionable and within budget. The translucent orange frame is gorgeous and fades to a darker color in the center. Wearing these classic sunglasses will give you a flashback. You will look great in any setting wearing them. The lenses are bronze gradient and also provide 100 percent UV400 protection. Measures 59mm tall, 155mm long, and 136mm wide.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Triangle Steampunk Sunglasses Round Lenses Blue

If ever there were a unique looking pair of shades, these are them. They fall into the steampunk genre of fashion and are more than interesting. They have triangle shaped metal frames with round lenses suspended in them. The soft adjustable nose pads ensure a comfortable fit. They have a blue frame and lenses, which also exceed ANSI UV protection standards. Measures 40 mm tall, 157 mm long, and 140 mm wide.

Professor Gizmo Wacky Rodeo Clown Sunglasses White Black

If you are looking for something completely wild and crazy, you have found it. Inspired by the One of Kind, One Man Band, Professor Gizmo, AKA Rick Elmore, these glasses will give you the attention of the masses. The glasses feature one of the lenses turned 90 degrees, and an exclamation mark and question mark on each of the lenses. These glasses can be worn for fun, or if you want to attract a crowd to your show. The frame is white and black and the grey lenses also provide 100 percent UV400 protection. Measures 62mm tall, 146mm long, and 133mm wide.

Lady Fingers Blooming Hand Translucent Sunglasses Green

These are vibrantly colored sunglasses in the shape of a lady’s hands. Wear them if you want to make a point, or if you have some higher purpose. You can wear them just for fun too. Bring them to a party and give your friends a laugh. The frame is a translucent green and has a blooming pattern. The lenses are green and provide 100 percent UV400 protection. Measures 101mm tall, 154mm long, and 140mm wide.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Star of David Mirror Lens Metal Sunglasses Blue Silver

The Star of David was named after King David of ancient Israel. Its earliest known usage was in the Middle Ages. It has several meanings for different cultures and religions, but it is famous as a Jewish symbol, which signifies the number seven, referring to the six points and the center, which has religious significance in Judaism for several reasons. No matter how the Star of David has significance to you, these sunglasses are a great accessory to your life. They are made of high quality materials and they are comfortable, thanks to adjustable nose pads. The lens has a silver mirror coat with the Star of David interweaved in blue. The lenses provide 100 percent UV 400 protection. Measures 65mm tall, 153mm long, and 131mm wide.

Treble Clef Music Novelty Glasses Black

Are you a music fan, or do you know someone that loves to compose? These glasses can help you to show off your love of music or creating music. These are treble clef-shaped glasses and are great for music parties or recitals. In music, When the G clef is placed on the second line of the staff, it is called the “treble clef”, and it is the most common clef used today. Measures 123mm tall, 146mm long, and 128mm wide.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

2010 Glitter Party New Year Graduation Glasses Silver

Celebrate the New Year and a new decade with these unique sunglasses that are in the shape of the number 2010. Have a blast handing them out at a 2010 high school or college graduation party. Your 2010 graduate will thank you for them. The fun does not stop there though; maybe 2010 will be a significant year for you, maybe you will get married or have a baby in 2010. Perhaps the number 2010 has some special meaning to you. Either way, these 2010 glasses are a treat. Features a silver glitter frame with gray lenses. Also provides 100 percent UV protection. Measures 64mm tall, 140mm long, and 121mm wide.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Binolux Military Compact Binoculars Black 10 x 25

These black Binolux hand-held binoculars are small enough to take anywhere and come with a black zipper carrying case. They are rubber covered for extra protection. They have a field of view of 388 feet at 1000 yards. They meet the objective for outdoor use. Great for bird watching, tourist attractions, hunting, theater shows, the Opera, etc. It has a magnification of 10x and the objective lens is 35mm in diameter. The lenses have a coating to prevent air-to-glass surfaces, which eliminates the loss of light transmitted. A cord is attached so that you can hang your binoculars from your neck. Measures 111mm long and 102mm wide when unfolded.

Military Binoculars Camouflage Porro Prism 10 x 50

These Binolux hand-held binoculars are army style with a camouflage pattern and come with a camouflage carrying case with a shoulder strap. They are rubber covered for extra protection. They have a field of view of 367 feet at 1000 yards. They meet the objective for outdoor use. Great for bird watching, tourist attractions, hunting, theater shows, the Opera, etc. It has a magnification of 10x and the objective lens is 50mm in diameter. The wider the objective lens, the brighter your image will be. These binoculars have a dioptric correction function to adjust to the varying visual acuity of the human eye. The porro prism system allows for excellent depth perception. The lenses have a coating to prevent air-to-glass surfaces, which eliminates the loss of light transmitted. These binoculars are ergonomically designed and have indents for your thumbs on the bottom.

Binolux Military Style Binoculars Black Porro Prism 7 x 35

These black Binolux hand-held binoculars are army style and come with a black carrying case with a shoulder strap. They are rubber covered for extra protection. They have a field of view of 167 meters at 1000 meters. They meet the objective for outdoor use. Great for bird watching, tourist attractions, hunting, theater shows, the Opera, etc. It has a magnification of 7x and the objective lens is 35mm in diameter. The wider the objective lens, the brighter your image will be. These binoculars have a dioptric correction function to adjust to the varying visual acuity of the human eye. The porro prism system allows for excellent depth perception. The lenses have a coating to prevent air-to-glass surfaces, which eliminates the loss of light transmitted. They can also be focused with a single finger.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

10 Weird Sunglasses

I have searched the Internet high and low for sunglasses that are weird or stand out because it is interesting to see just how far designers will go. I spent several weeks compiling all these pictures of sunglasses and it was really hard to narrow my list down to 10. These are the glasses that never get appreciated for their weirdness and that is why I have created this list.

The glasses that never fog up!

If you have any weird or funky glasses that you would like to submit to our list just send an email to with the photo and link.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009



Winter is finally arriving, and many are hitting the slopes. Whether skiing, snowboarding, or riding a snow mobile, it is important to have the proper eye protection. There are many kinds of ski goggles on the market. The most expensive pair might not be the best goggle, and the cheapest pair might not be the worst. You should decide what you want in a goggle and buy the one that best suits you.

The lens should be made of a polycarbonate material and have a UV 400 protection rating. Red lenses are good on cloudy days. These lenses enhance contrast making it more likely to see hazards on the slope. Clear lenses are for riding a snowmobile at night. For the bright sunny days, a dark tint is great. Polarized lenses reduce glare and make images look sharp. Mirrored lenses are a cosmetic coating and really does not reduce glare. If one is on the snow frequently, they might want to consider buying more than one pair for different conditions.

First things first, how do they fit? They should form a good, tight seal around your face. This will protect the face form the blistering cold winds. The padding needs to be enough to pad your face in case of an accident. It is a good idea to wear your helmet or hat when trying on ski goggles and make sure they are compatible. It is wise to check your peripheral vision when trying on goggles. One should be able to see about 180 degrees form side to side. Make sure that the strap adjusts easily and that the buckle does not dig into your scalp. Wide straps tend to be more comfortable than narrow straps.

If you wear prescription glasses, you need to choose a goggle that will fit comfortably over them. Some goggles have prescription inserts that can have prescription lenses put into them, and they attach to the inside of the goggle behind the lens. Some opticians will replace lenses on a goggle with prescriptions. However, it is wise to make sure that you have a goggle that your optician can work with. Some goggles have more of a curved lens cannot be replaced with a prescription.

No one likes fogged up goggles. One tip to cure this is using hand soap. The glycerin in hand soap is the same ingredient found in most expensive anti fog cleaning solutions you buy at eyeglass stores. Some hand soaps have a higher amount of glycerin than others do, but almost any hand soap will work well. To apply the soap, first clean the goggles and then rub a small amount of soap onto the lens with your finger. Then use a soft cloth to wipe the lens until all traces of the soap is gone. Foam padding with vents in it will also help reduce fogging. Never wear your goggles on your forehead. Body heat coming out of your head will increase fogging. Do not wipe snow onto your goggles. Knock out the snow and then dry the goggles with a soft cloth.

Try not to buy your goggles at a ski resort. They usually have limited selection and are overpriced. Go shopping before your trip, try on as many as you can, and take your time. Good eye protection can make for a great day in the snow



Summer is finally over and for many this is a real bummer. It is time to put away the shorts and swimsuits and bring out the coats and sweaters. Some people believe that sunglasses are no longer necessary because bright hot sunny days are over for the winter. However, that is not the case. The sun is out 365 days a year. With it come those damaging UV rays. One should protect their eyes from the sun all year long.

Some sunglasses such as Aviators and Wayfarers are timeless and never go out of style. Round shaped lenses like John Lennon’s glasses were a hit this summer and likely to be good for winter. This year, fashion experts say when it comes to sunglasses big is back and better for this winter. Oversized frames with designs and jeweled accents are the hit of this season. Bold, dramatic, and retro designs will help a woman stand out in the crowd. Although black and brown are the most popular colors, all dark bold colors are also fashionable this season.

One might consider wearing a lighter lens tint for winter. This makes it easier to see clearly on cloudy winter days. However, the lens needs to have UV 400 protection. The tint of a lens does not affect UV protection. Wide plastic arms or wraparound sunglasses help protect the side of the eye better than thin wire frames.

Lets all have a great winter. Ladies when choosing your winter sunglasses remember… go big, go bold, get wild, and be extravagant!

Friday, October 23, 2009

GogglesandGlasses has a new mascot!

Goggle Boy was just an average, everyday alien visitor when the harsh Earth environment forced him to adapt.  He gained several amazing abilities and used them to protect the citizens of the planet. He has the ability to defend against harsh wind and debris. Fog is no match for Goggle Boy and not a single hint of glare from the sun can penetrate his defenses. He can even fly, almost!
Above all, he’s a trusted friend to all in need of practical, inexpensive eyewear.

Friday, October 9, 2009

Shopping for Kids Sunglasses by Andrea Morrison

We all do everything in our power to protect our children. We bundle them up in the cold, and bathe them in sunscreen when they are at the beach or pool. It is just as important to protect your child’s eyes as well. Studies show that in the first 2 years of life, a child’s eyes are in a rapid phase of growth and are more susceptible to sun damage. During the first 10 years of a child’s life, the eye lens is very clear. The clarity of the lens allows greater sun penetration and filters out less of the suns damaging Ultra Violet rays.

Studies also indicate the 80% of sun damage can occur during the first 18 years of life. In addition, some doctors believe that prolonged exposure to damaging rays of the sun can increase the risk of a person forming cataracts later in life. UV 400 is the highest protection available and recommended by all ophthalmologists. The color or tint of the lens does not affect UV protection. Polarized lenses help block glare and make objects look very clear. Glasses that wrap will help block the suns rays from the side.

There are many different types of children’s sunglasses available. Most children like sunglasses with bright colors. The most popular kids’ sunglasses are smaller versions of adult sunglasses such as aviators and wayfarers. A child will usually love to wear sunglasses if he/she believes they are fashionable and comfortable. If they are not comfortable, the child will not want to wear them. Although smaller in size, a good pair of children’s sunglasses should cost about the same as a good pair of adult glasses Sunglasses sold in the toy section should be considered toys and not relied upon for eye protection.

Some glasses are more resistant to breakage than others are. Thin metal frames tend to bend easily. If a child bends them out of shape, they may bend back into proper fit. Thick plastic frames will not bend and are more durable. Polycarbonate lenses are less likely to scratch than acrylic lenses.

Sunglass cords attach to both arms and allow the glasses to hang from the neck. This accessory will help keep your child’s glasses from falling to the ground and getting lost or broken. Hard shell cases are another great accessory that will help keep your child’s glasses in good shape. Micro fiber cleaning cloths are great for cleaning sunglasses. This material will not scratch the lenses. Once you find a pair of sunglasses your child loves, it may be a good idea to buy a second pair for backup. After all, we all know that kids play tough and things will get broken.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Halloween 2009 Costumes with Sunglasses

Everyone is asking what costume is going to be hot for this Halloween, well I have a few personal suggestions.

1. You all know who Lady Gaga is and we all know we can never get enough of her. Why not get some Lady Gaga glasses to complete your costume? Great for women or men!

2. Michael Joseph Jackson (August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009) known as the "King of Pop"! He was also infamous for wearing aviator sunglasses. MJ costumes are going to be HOT!!!

3. With the release of the new film Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Harry Potter costumes are a must this Halloween. Become Harry Potter and help him defeat Lord Voldemort with these Harry Potter glasses.

4. A jester, fool, or buffoon is a person who fools around and acts like a clown. It originated in medieval times when kings had personal jesters for entertainment. If you are planning on going with a Renaissance themed costume you need a pair of these Jester Hat glasses. Perfect for a fun goofy costume!

5. Masquerade masks are perfect for Halloween parties! Simple costume for those of you who might not want to put a lot of time or money into this years costume. Also great for Masquerade balls.

6. The king hasn't released a new recording since 1977 and yet still to this day he's as popular as ever among all age groups. If you love Elvis, and who doesn't love Elvis, it's the costume to be this Halloween. Add these elvis glasses to your costume and take a trip back to the 1950's!

7. And last, but not least the most popular costume of all the Nerd costume. This is by far the hottest costume for Halloween 2009! The one accesory this costume can't live without is the nerd wayfarer glasses.

So whether you dress up as your favorite movie character, your favorite pop star, or your favorite celebrity, you can not go wrong with these costumes! Other costumes that will be hot this year include superhero costumes, Transformers, The 80's, and Hannah Montana. Have a safe and happy Halloween!

Lady Gaga Flip Up Glasses

These glasses are very stylish and could easily pass for vintage. You can flip up the dark lenses whenever you are inside and flip them down when you are out in the sun. Get that funky mad scientist look going on with ease. These sunglasses feature a hand polished black frame with clear lenses, attached gold rimmed super dark lenses flip up for old school style transitions. There are chrome accents on the front of the frame as well as on the arms. Metal hinges 48mm tall x 130mm wide x 140mm long

Social Identity Ornaments by Jeremy Graham

It’s often the work of Hollywood, or another mainstream media provider, that sets the bar and the stereotypes of the various cliques and social groups of people. With our “monkey see, monkey do” instincts permanently ingrained in our primate DNA, we can’t help but take societal stereotyping as concrete truth. The individuals in these social cliques are marked with ornaments; common traits or accessories that visually identify an entire group of people.

When it’s all laid out, it’s easy to see how backward it all seems, but that is what makes it all the more interesting to emulate. Conventions built by these mainstream media companies are helpful, in a way. Our brains interpret the world as simply as possible and creating labels is simply a way of organization. It’s neither natively meant to offend, nor does it usually accurately describe the wider scope. Yes, there do exist in the world people that are living stereotypes: a rich Texan oil tycoon with a pasture full of cattle, or a jock with the IQ of a butterfly, but generally these labels are simply that: labels. It’s almost like describing a mythical creature or spirit. They may or may not exist but that won’t stop the masses from portraying them as if they were as real as rain.

For this reason, it’s perfectly acceptable to dress up as a nerd or a jock for Halloween or a party. You won’t offend anybody by wearing nerd glasses with a pocket protector. You can take it further and wear your fake glasses regularly to give yourself an identity, or label, with which others can quickly identify you. Ironically, this is something that can be learned from the mainstream media. Some big television stars bear identity ornaments that define their appearance. For example, Drew Carrey and Adam Savage of Mythbusters have famous appearances thanks to their nerdy black wayfarer glasses. Drew Carrey even underwent laser eye surgery to correct his vision, and yet he continues to wear fake glasses to retain his visual identity.

Hollywood is often criticized for the social conventions they create, but if anything, it should be thanked for creating a repertoire of lovable fictional characters that the average Joe can quickly identify. Social identity ornaments are simply a way to bring individuality to members of a six billion strong community.

Thursday, October 1, 2009



Eye protection is very important for motorcycle riders. You never know when another vehicle will throw a rock, or a bug flies into your face. Windshields block some debris, but do not fully protect your eyes. In many states, it is a law that all motorcycle riders must wear protective eyewear. This article will provide information for selecting the best protective eyewear for you.

There are many types of protective eyewear made for motorcycle riders. These include goggles, glasses, and convertible glasses. Convertible glasses come with a strap to wear like a goggle, or arms to wear like glasses. Some riding glasses have an attached strap to both arms to prevent slipping. Padding attached to the frame of a goggle or glasses protects the face from severe impacts and provides a wind resistant seal. This wind resistant seal helps keep dirt and wind out of your eyes, and is great for sensitive eyes or those that wear contact lenses.

Always check to make sure the lens is made of polycarbonate shatter resistant material. Some sunglasses are made of acrylic material and will crack or break very easily. UV protection is important for blocking out harmful rays of the sun. I recommend UV 400 protection because it is the highest available. Polarized lenses are great for blocking glare and make objects look crisp and clear. The downfall of polarized lenses is that it makes oil slicks and wet spots harder to see. Lenses come in a variety of colors and there are “kits” for goggles and glasses available that have different colored lenses that can be switched out. Smoke or Amber tinted lenses are great for bright sunny days. Yellow, clear, and blue tinted lenses are great for night driving or very cloudy and hazy days.

Almost every motor cycle rider who wears protective eyewear has experienced a problem with glasses fogging up. Several anti-fog compounds are packaged and marketed for this purpose. They cost quite a bit, some work great but others are a total failure. Virtually all of them have one common component that makes them work: glycerin. Glycerin is a high-percentage ingredient in hand soap. Some soap brands/types tend to be better than others are. Neutrogena has about the highest glycerin content of any soap. It is a bit softer than most soap, but rubbing your finger on it, then smearing it on your eyewear works fine. I take a chunk of it and put it in a clear, plastic 35mm film can. Ivory soap and `Pure Pleasure' glycerin soap work very well also. To apply cut off a piece of hand soap, smear it on your previously cleaned eyeglasses, then, using a clean, cotton cloth, rub the streaked soap all over the lenses to where it's not visible any more. Works fine, lasts a long time and works better in my opinion than any of the stuff you pay a buck or more per half-ounce for.

In my opinion, there is no #1 best for protective eyewear. It is a matter of personal preference. One must find the pair that works best for them. I have several different pairs that I wear for different riding conditions. The most important thing is to be safe and enjoy the ride.


My name is Andrea, and I am an avid biker. I live in Arkansas and love riding the rural scenic roads here. I believe every rider should ride safe and ride for fun. I work for

Friday, September 25, 2009

Global Vision All-Star Interchangeable Smoke Clear Goggle Kit

The Global Vision All-Star kit is a high-quality, interchangeable goggle. The kit comes with grey and clear interchangeable lenses and a microfiber pouch with an American flag design. The double-sided, anti-fog coated lenses are shatterproof and scratch resistant; they meet ANSI Z87.1 standards for safety eyewear. The lenses are very easy change. They also provide 100% UV400 protection. The goggles have a soft airy foam lining for comfort and an exceptionally good fit. They also have a lightweight, flexible frame of thermal plastic rubber. There are ventilation holes in both the bottom and the top of the frame. They fit over small to medium sized, low profile glasses. The adjustable, elastic band can be removed with the push of a button. This goggle also works well for skydiving, flying, ATVs, extreme sports, paintball, or the workplace. Measures 70mm tall and 154mm wide.

Striker JP Sport Aluminum Polarized Sunglasses Spring Hinge Jonathan Paul

The JP Sport Striker is one of a line of extremely stylish aluminum-framed sunglasses from Jonathan Paul. They feature a nose bridge that can adjust to any size nose for a comfortable fit. The temples have soft cushions that fit right behind the ear. The spring hinges ensure maximum comfort. The gunmetal Anodized aluminum alloy frame is sturdy, yet lightweight. The grey lenses are polarized for protection from glare and are impact resistant, meeting ANSI.Z80 standards. Comes with a soft microfiber pouch. Measures 141mm wide, 38mm tall, and 153mm long.

Airfoil 9110 Folding Goggle Kit Black Silver Frame Mirror Lenses

Airfoils are designed to provide maximum protection against sun, wind, and glare while motorcycling, bicycling, jogging, skiing, and engaging in other sporting activities. The goggles are can fold for storage and the lenses have a mirror coating. The polycarbonate UV 400 lenses are super strong, exceeding ANSI Z87.1 industrial standards for impact resistance and meeting ANSI Z80.3 Special Purpose UV requirements. Features a black frame with silver temples. An elastic band keeps them snugly on your face. It also comes with a cleaning cloth for the lenses and a carrying case. They also float in water! Measures 50 mm tall and 143mm wide.

MX1 Bobster Eyewear Beginner Off-Road Goggle Pink

The Bobster beginner MX1 off road goggle lets you tear it up in the dirt, while offering the protection and clarity that you need. The pink frame is lined with comfortable open cell foam and an air flow system using frame vents, which reduces fogging of the lenses. The adjustable strap has silicone non-slip strips to keep your goggles in place for those rough rides. They are perfect for kids and beginners who are just starting out. These goggles are compatible with tear-off strips. Measures 98mm tall and 175mm wide.

Tattoo Shades Vintage Style Sunglasses Rhinestone Heart Crossbones Grey Gradient Lens Black and Blue Frame

Body art and vision meet in an inksplosion of fashion. L.A. Ink, Miami Ink and London Ink have made the vintage tattoo popular and highly desirable! Inspired by some of the most popular romantic vintage flash art available. These tattoo-imprinted shades are quickly becoming the #1 fashion accessory in the nation! The vivid colors of the tattoos create a feast for the eyes, while the unisex frames wear well on any skull. Polycarbonate lenses provide 100% UV400 protection. Heart Crossbones, Grey Lens, Black and Blue Frame, Red Rhinestones, P8756TTRH. 134mm wide, 51mm tall, 154mm long. Micro-fiber case included.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Elegant Butterfly Sunglasses Bronze

Butterfly shaped lenses with spots of glitter all over both lens. The tint is bronze with 400 UV protection. Straight out of the seventies, like no other pair of glasses. Want to stand out and look great? Here's your chance! Our butterfly glasses will be the hit at any party! Unique and hard to find, these glasses are sure to turn heads!

Six Pack Assorted Plastic Reading Glasses

You choose the power, we pick the assortment. For a special discounted price, you can get six assorted Plastic reading glasses. Cheap, economical reading glasses for those on a budget. Less than $2.00 per pair. This is a great deal if you just want a pair of reading glasses in every room of your home, car or if you want to give some to others as gifts. This is a pack of reading glasses with 1.25 magnification power. Your assortment may vary in style and color from the image. $11.99!

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Mystery Box Sunglasses Bargain Pack

What’s inside the mystery box? This bargain pack comes with an assortment of glasses weighing one pound (1 lb). This usually adds up to about twelve glasses. Each of the glasses in the pack may have slight defects, like micro scratches, or they may be manufacturer’s samples we’ve accumulated. The glasses will vary from the picture, but we will try to make it a varied assortment, with little or no repeats. This is an excellent bargain for this many glasses.$12.00!!!

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

DG Snow Ski Goggles Yellow Black Orange

DG Snow ski goggles combine design with functionality. They have a fresh, modern look and a revolutionary low profile dual-pane lens system with anti-scratch protection. The face foam molds to your face for a comfortable fit. It is enhanced with a ventilation system in the top and bottom to reduce fogging of the lens. The adjustable strap allows for a fit for most sizes of heads. The frame is yellow and black with an orange lens that has 100 percent UVA and UVB protection. Measures 82mm tall and 153mm wide.

X Loop Sunglasses X2 Blue Blue Mirror

X Loop Sunglasses are built for high speed. This is the widest model of X Loop and can fit large heads. They’re sporty, trendy, and perfect for your active lifestyle. They have an artful frame design with a wrap around style that protects from dust, wind, and reflections. The frame is a gradient from black to blue and the lenses are a blue mirror and provide 100 percent UV400 protection. Measures 41mm tall, 160mm long, and 140mm wide.

X Loop Snow Ski Goggles XSG1 Carbon Fiber Grey

The X Loop XSG1 snow Ski goggle combines design with functionality. It has a modern contoured look and a revolutionary low profile dual-pane lens system with anti-scratch protection. The face foam molds to your face for a comfortable fit. It is enhanced with a ventilation system in the top and bottom to reduce fogging of the lens. The adjustable strap allows for a fit for most sizes of heads and is helmet compatible. The frame is carbon fiber with a grey lens that has 100 percent UVA and UVB protection. Measures 97mm tall and 153mm wide.

Friday, September 11, 2009

Biohazard Sunglasses Toxin 3D White Black Signature

The name alone says it all, Biohazard sunglasses are non-toxic, but extremely contagious. The Toxin is one of the more unique models. They will attract attention because the wide temples are transparent, with the Biohazard signature logo scattered in front of a white background. The result is a very interesting, almost 3D look that will stand out. They make anyone wearing them look amazing. It has a wrap-around design, which other than looking sleek, helps you to see more in your peripheral vision while blocking dust, wind, and reflections. They feature a white frame with grey lenses that provide 100 percent UV400 protection. Measures 44mm tall, 151mm long, and 133mm wide.

Adjustable Swim Goggles Blue

Have some fun on your next summer swim with these vibrant swim goggles. These are your basic swim goggles at an economical price. Their small size allows for reduced drag in the water. They’re made for speed and won’t hold you back whether you are a professional swimmer, or a casual dog-paddler. Both the strap and the nose bridge are adjustable, so they will fit most sizes, from children to adults. They have clear lenses and a pink silicone elastic strap. The lenses are 42mm tall and 65mm wide each.

Vibrant Colors Hard Sunglass Case Red

This is the hardest, most secure sunglasses case you can buy. This is a clamshell design glasses case, which snaps open and shut with a spring hinge. It is lined with a soft felt on the inside, and a hard outer covering to protect whatever you put inside. It is also quite large, most glasses and sunglasses will fit inside. They come in a variety of vibrant colors to fit your life style. This one is red. The inside measures 154mm wide, 64mm long, and 64mm tall.

Masquerade Party Face Mask Green

Masquerade masks were once used to conceal the identity of its wearer during a ball. Since everybody wore a mask, nobody knew who they were dancing with. The ball was like a guessing game, where people tried to guess others’ identities and often suitors tried to steal a kiss from a lady who had caught their eye. Masquerade balls are still hosted today, and if you are planning on attending one of these events or if you just want to have some crazy fun, this mask is for you. It has a drawstring, so it will adjust to the size of any head. The mask is a durable green plastic and it’s highly customizable. You can swap out the drawstring for the fastener of your choice or decorate the mask further for more flair. Measures 70mm tall and 153mm wide.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Retro Art Deco Hippie Women’s Sunglasses Oriental Grey

You probably thought you couldn’t afford a pair of high fashion glasses, but you owe it to yourself, and now they are surprisingly affordable. Join the small handful of people who look like the person you are meant to be. These sunglasses are for the young modern woman with a taste for the arts. The wide arms are artfully inspired and designed with a vibrant oriental pattern. They are sleek, contoured, luxurious, and a little unorthodox. They’re meticulously hand-crafted and invitingly priced. They’re as beautiful as they are practical, faithful in every detail, and made for women with impeccable taste. They have a single lens design and because the silver metal frame is behind the lens, they have a rimless look while remaining extremely durable. They are of designer quality at mass market prices; this is an outrageous deal! They provide full coverage of the eyes, so that you’ll never be blinded by the flickering rays of the sun. The grey lenses also offer 100% UV400 protection. The soft, adjustable nose pieces add extra comfort to an already smart buy. Comes with a microfiber pouch. Measures 54mm tall, 153mm long, and 130mm wide.