11 Sunglasses Just in Time for Summertime Cruising

Ray-Ban, Costa and even Porsche made our sunglasses list.

  • The sun is shining and it's time for some cruising in style. Do you have prefer a classic look like the Ray-Ban Wayfarer, or are you an active yachtsman looking for something like the Maui Jim Waterman? Here are 11 options for new on-the-water eyewear this season.

  • Downing by Warby Parker
    Downing by Warby ParkerCourtesy Warby Parker
  • These stylish rounded frames from Warby Parker look a whole lot more expensive than their entry-level price point belies.

  • 714 Series by Persol
    714 Series by PersolCourtesy Persol
  • Full-acetate frames give a firm backbone to these seriously stylish shades from Persol.

  • Aviators by Ray-Ban
    Aviators by Ray-BanCourtesy Ray-Ban
  • Dial up your inner Top Gun pilot with the always-in-style Aviators by Ray-Ban.

  • Wayfarers by Ray-Ban
    Wayfarers by Ray-BanCourtesy Ray-Ban
  • Does it get more classic than these unisex Wayfarers, also from Ray-Ban? Our vote is no.

  • Sams by J. Crew
    Sams by J. CrewCourtesy J. Crew
  • The unisex Sams are a best seller for high-low fashion powerhouse J. Crew.

  • Cordovas by Illesteva
    Cordovas by IllestevaCourtesy Illesteva
  • Acetate frames and UV400 lenses lend these handmade Italian occhiali da sole some serious bona fides.

  • Waterman by Maui Jim
    Waterman by Maui JimCourtesy Maui Jim
  • These titanium-framed shades from Maui Jim are serious on-the-water sunglasses. And that complimentary neckstrap makes sure they stay stuck to your head during all your adventures.

  • Byron Bay by Maui Jim
    Byron Bay by Maui JimCourtesy Maui Jim
  • Named for the famous Australian surf town, these chilled-out sunglasses come in a variety of frames, including one super-durable pair in matte-black rubber.

  • Jacob Aviators by Tom Ford
    Jacob Aviators by Tom FordCourtesy Tom Ford
  • Want to look absolutely scorching at your next yacht party? There's no better way to do it than to channel fashion legend Tom Ford with these flashy aviators.

  • Whitetips by Costa
    Whitetips by CostaCourtesy Costa
  • Named for the formidable pelagic predator, these fishing-centric sunglasses will help transform you into quite the pelagic predator yourself.

  • Golden Eyewear Outline by Porsche Design
    Golden Eyewear Outline by Porsche DesignCourtesy Porsche
  • Porsche doesn't just design cars. These sunglasses were dreamed up by the famous German company and were constructed using real gold.