Waveborn Sunglasses All of our sunglasses are handcrafted in Milan, Italy and have 100% UV protection, providing both quality and protection for every occasion. Waveborns are essential for those who enjoy outdoor sporting events, boating, hiking, or just cruising down pacific coast highway on bright, sunny days.

Zeiss Lenses

All Waveborn sunglasses provide 100% UV protection and several styles can be polarized and/or mirrored. Waveborn lenses are crafted by Carl Zeiss, a premier manufacturer of high quality lenses. Lenses from Carl Zeiss can be found on a variety of high end cameras along with the Hubble Telescope. In the world of tinted lenses, Zeiss is known for its precise range of tints and technologies. The range of colors available from Zeiss covers special outdoor applications that will provide maximum sun protection and contrast enhanced vision. To learn more visit, http://www.zeiss.com/vision-care/en_us/better-vision/home.html.

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We have 15 models and over 100 styles to guarantee we meet your vision and style needs.

Safety first

Each pair comes with a durable hard case and custom micro-fiber pouch to prevent scratches and frame damage.

With your lifestyle in mind, each purchase includes a one year full warranty that protects against damaged, lost, or stolen sunglasses.

Made with care and purpose

Waveborn frames are carefully hand-crafted by artisans in Milan, Italy – the fashion capital of the world! Our frames offer unsurpassed style and comfort that can be enjoyed during any season. Waveborns are constructed from cellulose propionate which provides enhanced lightweight durability. Feel the difference for yourself.


How Do Polarized Lenses Work?
Ophthalmologist Dr. Mike Korchak Says: Polarized lenses are designed to reduce glare (you know, that annoying blinding effect). Glare can happen for many reasons, but usually it’s caused by the reflection and/or scattering of sunlight off of surfaces like water or glass windshields (e.g., think about hanging out at the beach or driving around with the top down). Non-polarized sunglasses reduce the intensity of all light, but polarized sunglasses can selectively eliminate the light that causes glare. The physics behind it is complicated, but if you must know... here is a simplified way to think about it.


We view the world by interpreting how light bounces off of objects (our eye collects the light and our brain processes it). Light comes from the sun and it is a wave. The physics behind waves is complicated but let’s think of it like this. Essentially, it travels in a squiggly line from point A to point B like this: A ~~~~~~~~~~~~ B. The sum of that wave is essentially a line like this: A ---------> B, but we can’t really ignore the squiggles. The squiggles affect how our eye interprets images and the squiggles are what is meant by “polarization”. To make it more complicated, the squiggles can be rotated around 360 degrees, which changes the wave’s properties even though it is still going in the same direction. We experience more glare when receive light with different orientations of the squiggles (i.e., different amounts of polarization).
Luckily for us, the light from the sun will illuminate objects and send waves in a single polarization (i.e., squiggles all aligned in the same plane) and we will have no glare. BUT, when the light from the sun is also bouncing off other objects (i.e., water or car windshields), the light is no longer perfectly polarized and it causes glare. That is where Waveborn Polarized Sunglasses come in. The polarized sunglasses have a special property that only allow one orientation of squiggly lines through. They block out all the unnecessary light waves that would cause glare!


So what are polarized lenses good for? Everything really, but they're particularly useful on bright sunny days when you’re playing sports, hanging out near the water, or driving around in a sweet pair of shades.

Dr.Korchak and Mike Malloy, Waveborn CEO

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