It's great when you get something quality for an affordable price, although you should bear in mind that Mark is pretty much only good for H.O.R.S.E. these days. Giving you primo shades without the terrifying price tag, Spitfire
Just landing in Philly, Spitfire's a sunglass company kicking out totally reasonably priced, well-built eyewear inspired by looks both classic and modern, originally designed to protect the eyes of UK residents during England's sunny season, and presumably the other 363 days of the year too. Models with more old-school lines include the PS92PC, a black-transitioning-to-clear frame that's a
ripoff of tribute to the Wayfarer/Frogskin look, the Buddy Holly-esque PS135 with a translucent brown frame, and the black half-framed (with gold wire around the lenses) MX3, which is quite likely the first MX-3 you can fit in. Things get a little bolder with numbers like the oversized-aviator Neo-Cubism, and the the off-white teardrop Optimist, which has an off-color nose bridge and V's etched into the temple, which you should never play with slappers only, that place is just too darn big
While everything's available with standard tinted lenses, some frames have clear-lens options if you are a loser and need glasses/just want the UV protection, including the wood-inlaid Double J, also the move that Mark Price just beat you with in H.O.R.S.E...damn that wily dude who still has great hair!