Ball and Buck x Randolph Angler Sunglasses

Jun 6, 2017

Category: Style

If you are going to be standing in or on the side of a river for hours at a time while fishing, you better believe you’re going to want a pair of shades on. So why not pick up this pair from Ball and Buck x Randolph Angler?

Not only will these smart sunglasses keep your eyes protected from the harsh sun (they have a hefty 98-100% UV protection), but they’ll imbue you with some old-school cool. Made in Randolph, Massachusetts, these sunglasses are inspired in part by the old aviator style sun-blockers worn by generals and pilots. Catch a big one while you’re out on the river? The sunglasses feature a cigarette holder in between the brow and the nose so you can focus on bringing that fish in without putting your smoke out. Or, alternatively, you could just not smoke in the first place and save yourself the trouble of looking like a cancerous unicorn. Your call.

Purchase: $268

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