One of Our Favorite Motorcycle Gear Brands Just Rolled Out These Cool Sunglasses

Australian motorcycle and lifestyle brand Deus Ex Machina is diving into the sunglasses world with two new styles of shades designed for riding.

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The crew at Australia’s Deus Ex Machina have been cranking out a wide variety of cool motorcycles, riding gear and bike-inspired apparel for a while, but now, they’re branching out into a new realm of gear aimed at those who enjoy life sitting above two wheels and an engine: sunglasses.

Deus Eyewear, as the new line of shades is called, features a selection of classic sunglasses all made in Japan, featuring slightly-oversized frames made of 100% takiron acetate and straight temples that make for an easier fit when wearing a helmet. CR-39 lenses block out huge swaths of UV light while resisting scratching like a champ. In order to make sure your shades stay nice well into that bright future you bought them to wear into, every pair comes with a polishing cloth, an oilskin and leather case and a black steel pop fastener. The company also claims the frames are “ergonomically designed specifically for humans,” so any time-traveling T-800s seeking to cover up their exposed robotic eyes should look elsewhere.

The Deus Eyewear shades currently come in two different styles, dubbed Dunstall and Brockhouse, as well as a variety of different lens shades and frame colors. No matter how you like them, though, the price remains the same: $265.

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