Ombraz Sunglasses are back again with two new styles—Teton and Viale—bucking the sidearm trend with upgrades to traditional sunglasses, eliminating pinching, temple fatigue, headaches, and breakage.

With the addition of the Teton and Viale, the company offers five sunglass styles. The new frames unlock armless sunglasses made TR-90 Aerospace-grade nylon and equipped with a custom-woven, 100 percent recycled, marine-grade, adjustable cord and Zeiss polyamide optics.

“The Teton & Viale are the perfect balance between elegance and function—lighter and stronger than all their predecessors,” said Jensen Brehm, Ombraz co-founder. “Our most versatile frames to date,  the Viale look especially stunning on ladies, while the Teton blends inspiration from classic styles like the Wayfarer and Clubmaster, unlocking the armless experience for a whole new market of faces.”

Named after the Grand Tetons, the Teton, shown top right, offers a squarer frame is scratch-resistant, with oleophobic optics and built-in mini-visors to block peripheral light. Available in regular and XL.

The contemporary gender-neutral Viale with vintage subtleties shows off a classic keyhole bridge and rounded lenses. Built-in, mini-visors flank premium lenses, reducing peripheral glare. Both the Teton and Viale feature nose pads for comfort and ventilation.

Ombraz offers its customers free shipping, 30-day returns and a lifetime warranty with every pair purchased. For every pair sold, Ombraz plants 20 mangrove trees “sequestering 1383x more carbon than it takes to produce and deliver a single pair. They’re the most carbon-negative sunglasses on the market today,” said Ombraz

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Photos courtesy Ombraz