The 8 best sunglasses of 2019
We have hundreds of glasses available on sale, all meeting the European standards for UV protection and classified according to their light transmittance level going from 0 to 4. The closer to 0, the lighter the lens (suited for cloudy or dark conditions), the closer to 4 the darker the lens (suited for bright light conditions). But knowing what lens category you need won't help you much to choose from our super wide selection, especially if you have no clue about where to start right?
Maui Jim Hookipa
The Hookipa belong to the MJ Sports range, dedicated to...sports. Suitable for watersports, fishing, surfing, yachting, these sporty shades deliver unparalleled clarity and visual acuity as well as top notch comfort. Their Grilamid frame is extremely resilient and the rubber nose pads and rubber temple tips offer a good grip to keep the glasses in place.
The Hookipa are best suited for medium to wide faces and for anybody who wants to practice his favourite sports with high-end shades on.
Suitable for driving
Suitable for golfing
Suitable for fishing
Maui Jim Cook PinesSame brand, different style. The Cook Pines from Maui Jim are again, high-end sunglasses that deliver the best possible protection your eyes could get from shades. Recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation, these aviator-syle sunglasses will not only block the UV from getting to your eyes but they also protect efficiently the soft skin that's around them.
The lenses featured on this model are called Blue Hawaii, no need to question why, and they deliver stunning contrasts, poppy colours and a perfect visual clarity. The silver frame is made of pure titanium, a strong material, and the temples and nose pads let the spectacles sit comfortably on any face.
Yet, we think thoses glasses are best suited for wide faces, or for anybody who wants good old classic aviator style shades with state-of-the-art technologies packed in them.
Blue Hawaii lenses