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Some companies would like you to believe otherwise, but you don’t have to spend a ton of money on sunglasses to get a great pair. We put together a list of some of our favorite pairs you can buy for less than $100.

Take a look to see if any might be right for you before you spend too much on another pair of Ray-Bans that you’ll inevitably lose too soon.

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MVMT Reveler

MVMT Reveler

MVMT

These boxy Revelers offer a classic look reminiscent of “The Blues Brothers” and many other cinematic heroes of coolness. And for just $20 more you can get your lenses polarized, which I would highly recommend splurging for.

MVMT Reveler, $70

Ray-Ban

Ray-Ban

Amazon

I know I took a shot at Ray-Bans in the introduction (I’ve lost a lot of pairs of Ray-Bans), but few sunglasses are as iconic as Ray-Ban’s aviators worn by Maverick and company in “Top Gun.” You don’t have to be a fighter pilot to rock their eyewear with confidence, and as long as you look to buy in the right places, you can pick up your next pair of Ray-Bans without putting to deep of a hole in your wallet.

Ray-Ban Aviators, $91.15

Komono

Komono

Amazon

I have a feeling this rounded look is going to be big this year for guys. At the very least, I know I’ll own a pair. It’s a more adventurous look than the safer rectangular frames you’ll find elsewhere, but if you like to be ahead of the curve, this is my bet.

Komono Clement, $69.95

Le Specs

Le Specs

Amazon

Despite their name, this pair from Le Specs is a supremely smart and safe bet for long days in the sun.

Le Specs Tweedledum, $79

MVMT

MVMT

MVMT

When MVMT started adding sunglasses to its product lineup, this pair immediately caught my eye. They’ve been my most reliable sunglasses since then, with a clubmaster look made just slightly wider.

MVMT Legend, $75

Warby Parker

Warby Parker

Warby Parker

This pair from Warby Parker stands out to me for its two-toned frames. They pop with character without taking a shape so bold you stand out too much.

Warby Parker Topper, $95

Spy Optic

Spy Optic

Amazon

Another simple wayfarer shape that is easy to look good in. This pair is a bit boxier than others on the list, giving it a more distinct look than other pairs with a similar shape.

Spy Optic Discord, $92.32

Oakley

Oakley

Amazon

Oakley offers great options for anyone who loves to run outside. They definitely have a more athletic look, so if you’re looking for a pair of shades that will keep up with your active lifestyle, this might be it.

Oakley Half Jacket, $90

Sunski

Sunski

Huckberry

The tortoise shell frames and purple lenses make for a fun, spirited look in these rounded Dipseas from Sunski. It’s a playful pair of sunglasses I want to wear to the beach and boardwalk.

Sunski Dipseas, $55

Knockaround

Knockaround

Huckberry

If you want a pair of wayfarers sturdier than a pair that you pick up on a street corner or dollar store, but still want to keep things pretty cheap, this $30 pair from Knockaround is perfect for you.

Knockaround Fort Knox, $30

Warby Parker

Warby Parker

Warby Parker

Warby Parker was one of the early brands to make a name for itself by disrupting an industry by cutting out the middleman and passing savings on to customers. Their mission still holds true today, and it’s a great place to look before making any eyewear purchase. This pair is the brand’s take on the wayfarer style that is always in fashion.

Warby Parker Barkley, $95

J.Crew

J.Crew

J.Crew

Another sleek pair of aviators perfect for your sunny-day adventures this year. If you’re into the silhouette aviators provide, J.Crew has a great option for you.

J.Crew Jack, $98

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