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About Ashbury

Ashbury combines a deep affection for snowboarding and skate culture with an abiding respect for top-quality materials and construction. Founded in 2007 in Los Angeles, this eyewear and apparel label designs sunglasses and snow goggles that vary from classic to unabashedly modern, and graphic tees and hoodies perfect for hanging out on any sloping surface (either natural or man-made). If your personal clothing style is more “rock star” than “Shaun White,” Ashbury's brown tortoise Slide Machine shades or black Day Tripper sunglasses should suit your needs; both feature Carl Zeiss lenses and UVA/UVB protection to prevent glare and headaches caused by the sun or paparazzi flashbulbs.

Past Sales Featuring Ashbury

Sale Ended July 27, 2011

Ashbury Sunglasses

The eyewear specialists at Ashbury have only been around since 1997, but you’d never guess it from looking at their effortlessly cool sunglasses. Our debut collection from the brand runs the gamut from timeless classics to modern updates with a twist, and everything is crafted with an old hand’s confidence and ability. Just the thing you need to see out the summer in style.

Sale Ended January 28, 2013

Sunglasses: Featuring Emporio Armani

While you may not be hanging out in Clooney’s villa on Lake Como, the shades from this legendary Italian fashion house offer a bit of that European luxury. From the aviators that seem be worn by every stylish man in Florence to circular metal and rectangular frames and more, these glasses are less “Jersey Shore” and more Stylish Italian Gentleman.

Sale Ended October 14, 2013

Sunglasses Feat. Crap Eyewear

Classic-cool shades from the SoCal brand.

Sale Ended June 21, 2012

Surf's Up

Now that summer's here, it's the perfect time to incorporate some easygoing surf style into your everyday look. Luckily for you, we've got everything you need to do just that in this sale — even if you're staying on dry land. And if you're planning on hitting the beach instead? Well, all the better.