Dubbed "Monster Dog" and "RE375", most sunglasses' names leave you with no idea whether you're supposed to rock them during a company softball game, or a bleak, android-intensive future. Clear things up, with Sabre.
From two self-proclaimed Cali anarchists, Sabre makes high-quality, 70s-90s-retro acetate shades explicitly named for whatever mood/purpose they evoke. Options include the just-dropped "Madness", a pair of shiny/matte handmade frames with detachable, customizable arms (for the unheard-of craziness of letting you choose your own sunglassing adventure), and the black/black-white "Sunday" -- big-ass, wide-lensed, blessedly dark shades crucial during the skull-crackingly harsh Mornings of our Lord. Also available are the aviator-inspired "Crue" (black/white, black/blue), which look exactly like the 80s shades Mick Mars used to mask his hideous monsterface; the "Die Hippy" (tortoise, red, white), a vintage gold, metal/gradient fade lensed pair Dolemite might've rocked karate-kicking his way through a horde of John Lennon-loving peaceniks; and the "Poolside" -- like BluBlockers, only they're called "Poolside".
For those rare occasions when sunglasses are inappropriate, Sabre's also got five colors worth of psychedelic human skull sculptures to rest your shades on. Enjoy your softball, because in the future, androids will use the real thing.