Persol 714 Steve McQueen Sunglasses

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

If you’re looking for a solid pair of shades for the summer season, then look no further than the iconic Persol 714 sunglasses.

Quite possibly the best men’s sunglasses ever designed, these things were originally designed over 50 years ago, and became overnight superstars on the men’s fashion scene when the the king of cool himself began wearing them. Since then, they have become more commonly referred to as the Steve McQueen shades. Handmade in Italy, each pair is equipped with a durable plastic frame, non-polarized anti-reflective lenses, and comes in a handful of colors to suit anyone’s summer season needs. The shades start at about $180 and can get well above $300 depending on your colorway selection. The ones pictured are limited edition ($509), are currently sold out. [Purchase]

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