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  1. Dario FT817 Sunglasses

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    Dario FT817 Sunglasses

    As low as €250
  2. Holden FT0818 Sunglasses

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    Holden FT0818 Sunglasses

    As low as €350
  3. Pax FT0816 Sunglasses

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    Pax FT0816 Sunglasses

    As low as €250
  4. Dario FT0817 Sunglasses

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    Dario FT0817 Sunglasses

    As low as €250
  5. Anders FT0780 Sunglasses

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    Anders FT0780 Sunglasses

    As low as €345
  6. Smith FT0773 Sunglasses

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    Smith FT0773 Sunglasses

    As low as €285
  7. Smith FT0773 Sunglasses

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    Smith FT0773 Sunglasses

    As low as €285
  8. Jameson FT0752 Sunglasses

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    Jameson FT0752 Sunglasses

    As low as €250
  9. Snowdon FT0237 Sunglasses

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    Snowdon FT0237 Sunglasses

    As low as €270
  10. Marko FT0144 Sunglasses

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    Marko FT0144 Sunglasses

    As low as €315
  11. Brooklyn Sunglasses FT0833

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    Brooklyn Sunglasses FT0833

    As low as €250
  12. Caleb FT0813 Sunglasses

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    Caleb FT0813 Sunglasses

    As low as €450
  13. Caleb FT0813 Sunglasses

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    Caleb FT0813 Sunglasses

    As low as €450
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    Gerrard Sunglasses

    As low as €255
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    Stephenson Sunglasses

    As low as €250
  16. Square sunglasses

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    Square sunglasses

    As low as €285
  17. Square acetate sunglasses

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    Square acetate sunglasses

    As low as €265
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They can be used to hide the gaze, protect your eyes from the sun or even "simply" as an extra touch, but the fact is that men's sunglasses are an essential accessory. Pilots during the Second World War made them popular, but the origin of sunglasses goes back thousands of years. Eskimos used rudimentary sunglasses to protect their eyes from the sun reflecting off the snow, later in the 13th century glasses began to be tinted to protect eyesight and in 15th century China they were used by judges to hide their expressions. It was on the east coast of the United States that they began to be mass produced in 1929 by Sam Foster. Thanks to this evolution, we now have luxury sunglasses to suit all tastes, with lenses in black, brown, gold, grey, pink, blue, yellow and in materials such as plastic, acetate or titanium. Choose your men's sunglasses and give your look that special touch.