Best Sunglasses for Men in India

Whatever style you choose (classic shapes are good too) it’s not always easy picking a new pair of sunglasses, especially with the myriad new eyewear choices we are presented with every year. Pile that on top of the breadth of choice in lens strengths, colors, and polarisation (glare protection) options, and it can all become rather baffling.

How To Pick A Sunglasses Style

Before delving into this season’s slickest shades, you’ll need a grasp of which frames your mug will show off well. For this, we tapped the expert knowledge of Bhavisha Parmar from eyewear retailer Sunglass Hut who knows everything worth knowing about matching your sunglasses to what mother nature gave you.

1. Persol

Persol is an Italian luxury eyewear brand specializing in the manufacturing of sunglasses and optical frames. It is one of the oldest eyewear companies in the world and is owned by the Luxottica group. The name is derived from the Italian per il sole, meaning “for the sun”. Formed in 1917 by Giuseppe Ratti, Persol originally catered to pilots and sports drivers. Presently, the company markets durable sports sunglasses. The company trademark is a silver arrow.

2. Ray-Ban

Ray-Ban is an American-founded Italian brand of luxury sunglasses and eyeglasses created in 1936 by the American company Bausch & Lomb.

In 1929, US Army Air Corps Colonel John A. Macready worked with Bausch & Lomb, a Rochester, New York-based medical equipment manufacturer, to create aviation sunglasses that would reduce the distraction for pilots caused by the intense blue and white hues of the sky.

Specifically, MacCready was concerned about how pilots’ goggles would fog up, greatly reducing visibility at high altitude.[5] The prototype, created in 1936 and known as “Anti-Glare”, had plastic frames and green lenses that could cut out the glare without obscuring vision.

3. Fastrack

Sunglasses are one of the top preferred accessories for Men & Women. With Fastrack, you get the best range of sunglasses available for everyone & for every occasion. Look your best when pairing your outfit with any of these sunglasses. These shades not only add up to your style but also give you a perfect & complete look when traveling, chilling in a pool, or out on a walk with your partner by the beach.

4. Gucci

Names like Gucci way overpriced, but they are of good quality. It depends on how easily you can afford it and how much you like them. … They are not worth the price they are unless they make you feel good about wearing them, THEN they are worth it.

The house of Gucci, better known as just Gucci, is a luxury fashion brand that was founded in 1906 by Italian businessman and fashion designer Guccio Gucci.

5. Oakley

Oakley, Inc., based in Lake Forest, California, and a subsidiary of Italian corporate giant Luxottica based in Milan, designs, develops, and manufactures sports performance equipment and lifestyle pieces including sunglasses, sports visors, ski/snowboard goggles, watches, apparel, backpacks, shoes, optical frames, and other accessories.


Cool and confident IDEE Eyewear sets the wearer apart from the crowd. IDEE Eyewear is a symbol of social acceptance while retaining a sheen of individualism.

IDEE. IDEE has such a good collection of sunglasses and frames that makes you look nothing less than a trendsetter. … IDEE uses polarized glasses that enhance the image quality. It comes it plastic frames that somehow looks good and costs less.

7. Marks & Spencer

M&S probably isn’t the first place that springs to mind when you think about sunglasses, especially this sporty kind of style. That said, you should never discount them – now and then they produce an excellent value gem for your wardrobe.

Marks and Spencer Group plc (commonly abbreviated as M&S or colloquially Marks and Sparks) is a major British multinational retailer with headquarters in London, England, that specializes in selling clothing, home products, and food products, most of its label. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index, having previously been in the FTSE 100 Index from its creation until 2019.

8. Farenheit

Farenheitis a functional and trendy accessories brand. Incorporating a diverse range of colors and designs, the brand’s sunglasses are a reflection of a cool attitude. Farenheit sunglasses are designed to cater to almost every face shape, and occasion. They are crafted with a protective film to guard your eyes.