are fashion inspired eyewear for that modern eloquent look of today’s sporty men. From the collection born out of the high end inspiration of the Jaguar luxury car, Jaguar Eyewear and Jaguar Sunglasses were the brain child of the fourth generation German designer Eberhard Müller-Menrad which invigorates the founding of the Eastern States Eyewear in 1938 by Benjamin Shyer with corporate headquarters in Elmont, New York.
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The classic yet youthful edgy designs of Jaguar Sunglasses include a spectrum of variant colors engraved with the world famous leaping feline insignia – the jaguar on all its stylish sporty frame designs made iconic by celebrities who chose to wear them over decades of trust in the quality of Jaguar Sunglasses. A multitude of celebrities who trust the frame quality made by Jaguar Sunglasses include superstar singer Stevie Wonder, the late pop icon Michael Jackson, Jay Z, Will Smith, Wil I Am, Randy Jackson, Rick Ross, Tim Nordwind, Amare Stoudemire, Fergie, Paul Pierce, Sammy Davis Jr., Gwen Stefanie, Run DMC, Sean Combs, Brad Pitt and Rhianna.
Wearing Jaguar Sunglasses can made you look like a stud in a speed off signature Jaguar brand shades. The Jaguar Sunglasses are meticulously coated with powerful anti-reflective Polarized lenses that reject and bounced off glare away from your eyes. Selective models carry prescription able lenses to serve users with fitting lenses for their respective corrective vision.
For more than 75 years, Jaguar Sunglasses are distributed worldwide by the eyewear brand counterpart of the world’s most renowned luxurious car – the Jaguar. A brand not only synonymous to luxury and quality but a functional eyewear brand that can make you see a lot better and feel expressively cool and fashionable. Heavyglare.com carries a wide model variety of this uniquely classic, fashionable and fast selling eyewear for all occasion. Our eyewear specialists are waiting for a live chat to take your orders of your choice of the Jaguar Sunglasses.