5 Under $50 Andrew Snavely Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine. 5 Under $50Style Previous articleLive-Action Getup: The Speakeasy Next articleThe Getup: Business Casual Performance Gear TimO This is going to be a thing now, right?…RIGHT? Jonathan I really hope so, this was great. This stuff is very helpful for guys on a budget. Guy Kamealoha Noa Nice work Malaquias I get sunglassses at wholesale price. it’s pretty awesome and they do a lot for my wardrobe. EB III If the Aviators are like the clubmasters from Jcrew Factory in quality, I would highly suggest investing the $50 or $60 (depending on price on Amazon) for American Optics Aviators. The Jcrew Factory clubmaster sunglasses are extremely flimsy and cheap feeling. I wouldn’t drop $ for Ray Bans, but the AO Aviators are amazing for the price point imho. OF will look into it. bhoe The only thing i would add here is that the AO aviators are not for everyone. For guys with larger sized heads or faces they might be a bit snug, to way to small. The $20 option might give you a reference point while saving some dough. I have a somewhat smaller head and the AO’s actually look pretty small on me. No Name Ralph Engineering is another option but higher price point. gamnoparts Randolph Engineering? TJ I’d spend a little extra and get the AO pilots. I got them for under $50 on Amazon. They are going to be sturdier and the lenses are actually glass. And while Cremo isn’t bad, I like my Proraso which I get on Amazon for around $10.