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About Crap Eyewear

The guys at Crap Eyewear approach their vocation — creating “wild sunglasses for wild people” – with irony and irreverence. Styles like “the Juan Jovi” (rectangular black frames) and “the Beach Party” (wayfarers) come in off-beat colors or feature <i> Matrix</i>-y reflective lenses in bright blues and purples. Los Angeles-based designers Peter Nussbaum and Nick Potash founded Crap Eyewear in 2009 after creating bold sunglasses for their friends and family members. The duo released a line of glasses to the wider public and soon found their wares being sold in Australia and other faraway lands. Today, Crap Eyewear’s retro-modern products can be found on famous (Lil Wayne is a fan) and fashionable faces the world over.

Past Sales Featuring Crap Eyewear & more

Sale Ended August 23, 2012

Summer Sunglasses Blowout

Summer's still going strong, which means it's the perfect time to invest in a pair of great sunglasses. Luckily for you we’ve compiled this collection of shades by Garrett Leight, Oliver Peoples, Triwa, and a host of others. Stock up, and embrace the season in style.

Sale Ended September 21, 2012

Mobile Exclusive: Wallets & Sunglasses

Whether you’re looking to keep your cash in order or shield your eyes from the midday sun, we’ve got what you need to do it in this sale. Look out stylish picks from Oliver Peoples, Jack Spade, Desanto Italia, and more.

Sale Ended October 23, 2012

Sunglasses, Backpacks & Messengers

We’ve got everything you need to hit the streets in style in this sale — from backpacks and messengers that’ll keep your essentials safe to sunglasses that’ll keep the glare out of your eyes. Take your pick from a host of top brands like John Varvatos, Property Of, Jack Spade, and much more.

Sale Ended June 17, 2012

Best Bets Under $50

Our roundup of great picks under $50 is all about elevating your style without devastating your wallet. So whether you're looking to fill a gap in your wardrobe or to rebuild it entirely, we’ve got what you need to do it without breaking the bank.