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".