If you’re looking for vintage cool, we offer a range of retro and classic looks. From horn-rimmed sunglasses and Buddy Holly shades to aviator glasses and more, we have men’s vintage-style prescription sunglasses for any disposition.
But rest assured, these may be yesterday’s styles, but they’re made with today’s highest-tech materials — all at incredible prices. Now that’s winning style.
Aviator sunglasses are one of the hottest — and most enduring — eyewear trends. Originally created to protect the eyes of those hardcore early pilots (open-top planes, anyone?), they can’t be beat for attitude. Available in metal, plastic or acetate.
John Lennon-style hippie shades are a lasting trend among vintage prescription sunglasses for men. Look for little round sunglasses in traditional metal, or go for updated looks in plastic or acetate.
Browline and Horn-Rimmed Sunglasses
Other stylish options for men’s vintage prescription sunglasses are browline or horn-rimmed frames, guaranteed to bring some high-brow class to any outfit. Look for chunky frames in acetate or plastic, or a hybrid frame with a metal lower half to create a faux-rimless look underneath.
Customize Your Vintage Prescription Sunglasses for Men
Old-School Mirrored Lenses
Complete your men’s vintage aviator sunglasses with old-school mirrored lenses, or add mirrors to any frames to give them a vintage vibe. Available in amber rose, silver or blue. Just click “Select Lenses” next to frames you like to see how they’ll look.
Go Gradient or Colored
Gradient lenses can accentuate the retro look of your men’s vintage prescription sunglasses. Colored lenses will give them a vintage, hippie edge. Or combine the two: Why not try aviator shades with gradient green lenses? Route 66, here you come.
There’s nothing like combining fashion with function. Add polarization to your men’s vintage prescription sunglasses lenses, so you can see clearly even in the brightest glare.
Men’s Vintage Prescription Sunglasses Without the Vintage Prices
Once upon a time, prescription sunglasses meant a hefty price-tag and styles that made you want to stay indoors. But these days, you can get vintage prescription sunglasses for men in any number of styles — without the retro prices.