We Review the 5 Best Men’s Polarized Sunglasses

We are bringing you the best men’s polarized sunglasses review of the year.  Polarized lenses are incredibly beneficial when you want to keep your eyes free of glare and UV rays.  All sunglasses should be polarized because you’re taking a big chance with the health of your eyes over time, when you don’t protect against UVA or UVB rays.

Carrera Speedway Navigator Sunglasses

These lightweight, stylish sunglasses are perfect for a variety of activities.  You can play on the beach, fish along the shore, or head out onto the water in your favorite boat.  They’ll stay firmly in place while you’re enjoying all your favorite activities.

Features

  • Case included
  • Rx-enabled lenses
  • Wide lenses
  • Durable materials

Frame Colors

  • Black crystal silver – non-polarized
  • Blah striated frame – polarized
  • Blush havana striated – non-polarized
  • Brown crystal – non-polarized
  • Violet crystal – non-polarized

Even though there are many non-polarized lenses, they still come with 100% UV400 protection.

Lenses

Not all versions of these sunglasses are polarized, so make sure you pick a pair that is polarized.  The polarized lenses are made from composite, with a slight gradient for looking at the horizon or things closer.  The lenses are Rx-enabled, so you can use them for driving once the lenses are replaced with your subscription.

Check out our full review 


Costa Del Mar Blackfin Polarized Sunglasses

These polarized sunglasses are made from lightweight, durable materials that are impact and scratch resistant.  When you’re reeling in that big catch, these sunglasses won’t slip from your face and splash into the water.

Features

  • Non-slip frames
  • Dozens of colored frames
  • Scratch-resistant lenses
  • Durable bio-resin material
  • Lightweight

Frame Colors and Materials

With 36 colors, we couldn’t possibly list them all here, but we’ll include a few that we love:

  • Ashwood
  • Crystal bronze
  • Matte gray
  • Gunstock
  • Tortoise

Lenses

These sunglasses come with all the colors you’ll need for your outdoor adventures.  You’ll have to decide if you want a gray that can be used in most situations, or ones such as yellow or blue, that have specific uses.  You can purchase blue, green, gray, silver, copper, or silver sunrise.

Check out our full review


Duduma TR 62 Polarized Sunglasses

Polarized sunglasses need to protect your eyes from harsh glare as well as harmful UV rays.  The Duduma brand of sunglasses will do both, and they’re great for use as cycling sunglasses since they’re wraparound frames.

Features

  • Flexible frames
  • Durable materials
  • Polarized lenses
  • Lightweight

Frame Colors and Materials

  • Black matte
  • Black
  • Gray matte
  • Red
  • Silver

The frames are made from a lightweight composite that is completely bendable.  You’ll never have to worry about breaking the arms or the frame around the lenses.

Lenses

With these sunglasses, you’re able to get many different colors, and choose based on the activity you’d enjoy most.  There are black, blue, red mirror, and yellow lenses.

Check out our full review


Ray-Ban Unisex Wayfarer Polarized Sunglasses

If you were a fan of the old Wayfarer design popular back in the 90’s, you’ll love the improved Wayfarers.  Ray-Ban has been making these sunglasses for a long time, so they’ve perfected and improved the design.  They’re polarized and stylish for any activity you might want to enjoy in the sun.

Features

  • Classic, yet improved design
  • Lightweight
  • Polarized lenses
  • Case and cleaning cloth included

Frame Colors and Materials

The frame is made of acetate, which is a plastic made from plants, which makes them eco-friendly as well as stylish. They’re lightweight, but substantial, so you won’t feel like they’re flimsy, or poorly constructed.

  • Black
  • Havana
  • Matte black
  • Tortoise

Lenses

The lenses come in blue and green, but they have a light tint of gray that should make them perfect for many activities.  You won’t be able to pick the color that best suits your particular adventure, but the colors will work for all adventures equally.

Check out our full review


RIVBOS 801 Polarized Sport Interchangeable Sunglasses

We saved our favorites for last in this review of the best polarized sunglasses.  These sunglasses are fashionable and stylish for any activity.  You don’t have to worry about the right lens color to purchase, because these sunglasses come with interchangeable lenses.  They’re lightweight, and it’s easy to change the color of your lenses on the fly.

Features

  • Multiple lens colors
  • Lightweight and stylish
  • Unbreakable frames
  • Shatterproof lenses

Frame Colors and Materials

The frames come in a few colors: black, TR black, and TR white.  The TR 90 frame is made from a durable polymer that can withstand repeated twisting and movement to change the frames.  They’re lightweight but incredibly durable. They’re impact-resistant and unbreakable.

Lenses

Each color lens has a different use.  The black ones are the only ones that are polarized, so those should be used in situations where there will be glare, such as cycling on city streets or driving.  The yellow ones are great for low light situations, the clear ones are good for high winds to protect the eyes, and the blue ones are perfect for the beach.

Check out our full review


Always choose a pair of polarized sunglasses when you’re going to spend the day out in the sun.  They’ll protect your eyes, but they also help you see better in the harsh glare of the sun.  That’s extremely important when you’re taking part in activities that could be potentially dangerous.

Jeanette Kierstead

About the Author

Jeanette Kierstead