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About Blinde Eyewear

Making sunglasses for action heroes is a niche market, but someone’s got to fill it. Enter Blinde Eyewear, the label that has designed shades for everyone from Angelina Jolie in <i>Lara Croft: Tomb Raider</i> to Keanu Reeves and his posse in <i>The Matrix</i> — not to mention the many off-duty superheroes lurking about Hollywood. Blinde Eyewear’s collection isn’t solely reserved for big-screen brawny types, however: modern-retro styles like the In Cahoots and the Bagel are super-stylish yet accessible, while many frames feature streamlined, subtle shapes. Founded by Richard Walker and Troy Schmidt, Blinde makes its glasses and sunglasses by hand; features such as beta-titanium core wire and seven-barrel, six-pin stainless steel hinges give each pair superior flexibility and durability. You might not be an action hero (yet), but that doesn't mean you shouldn't see the world through an action hero's specs.

Past Sales Featuring Blinde Eyewear

Sale Ended May 05, 2013

Blinde Eyewear

Some take their sunglass inspiration from Tom Cruise in Risky Business, while others’ tastes skew toward Keanu Reeves in The Matrix. This sale is for those in the latter category—literally. The guys behind Blinde have designed shades for a slew of action heroes, including Neo himself. This sale features a stylish selection of over-sized aviators, wrap around frames, and more.

Sale Ended March 28, 2011

Blinde Eyewear

A favorite among Hollywood and fashion insiders, Blinde Eyewear’s collection offers myriad of-the-moment styles—both sunglasses and prescription-ready frames are in the mix. In our sale: 70 pairs of glasses that run the gamut from nerd-chic to downtown cool-kid. The vintage-feeling Road to Ruins and Lights Out sunglasses in tortoiseshell and black, respectively, are two of our favorites.

Sale Ended June 06, 2011

Accessories

Once in a great while, we wind up with a few items that don’t find their way to a good home. It’s tragic, we know. But no need to worry: There’s a silver lining. Now we’re offering them to you—at steeper-than-ever discounts—so we can make way for new gear. There are only a few of each item left, so you’d better move fast.

Sale Ended October 31, 2011

Sunglass Shop

The sun doesn’t stop shining just because the temperature has dipped below “day at the beach” levels. So get your eyewear game in order with this massive collection of sunglasses and optical frames. Grab a classic pair of wire-framed aviators, or change it up with a bold acetate model. Either way, you’re golden.