Collection: Clubmaster Sunglasses

These iconic frames have a thick upper part that looks like an extra set of eyebrows, hence the name.

Unlike Aviators or Wayfarers, brownline shades are unique because they are constructed of plastic and metal.

This style was first produced in the late 1940s and was extremely common in the 50s and 60s.

Like all things retro and mid-century, clubmaster/browline sunglasses made a strong comeback in the 2010s.