Actually not designed to shield your retinas from casually dispensed pepper spray, Activist Eyewear is a tech-forward line created for those who spend their lives in "pursuit of activity". Crafted in Japan, every lens is fitted with an ultra-thin film polarization filter layer at its core, which is then cast in a ballistic-grade hybrid polymer, and finished in a vacuum chamber with an anti-reflective coating (you know, the usual way); meanwhile, head-gripping force is evenly distributed through forked "Split-Fit" temples, which have come a long way since their days as places where Jews got in shape via agonizing groin stretches. Check out some styles, keeping in mind that there are only 718 of each made:
The Walkabout: Like rounded Aviators for a Navy that allowed self-expression, the stainless steel frame features a delicate filigree on the bridge and eyewire, obviously in keeping with this model's mantra, the "journey is the destination" -- though being greeted with Open Arms during every second of your travels might get a little old.
The Summit: Coming in Polished Silver, Gold/Matte Black, and Warm Gunmetal, this squarer-bottomed Walkabout's "a bit more officers' club than flight deck", so look forward to a steez that says "My wife doesn't want me to go to the Officer's Club tonight, but I'M GOING TO THE OFFICER'S CLUB."
The Old Styles: Their original drop's models range from a hingeless take on the Wayfarer to a Lennon-esque joint, a signal that others should give peace a chance, and save the Pepper for their…Sergeant.