Free 2-Day Shipping on Orders Over $50* - Limited Time Only

Refine Results

Face Size

Free 2-Day Shipping

On orders over $50

Some exclusions apply
See details >

/the-north-face/marmot/icebreaker/prana/exofficio
Forehand Sunglasses - Women's

Oakley Forehand Sunglasses - Women's

$120.00 - $130.00

4 5

  • black
  • brown
  • pink
  • yellow
  • purple
  • more
Compare
Given Sunglasses - Women's

Oakley Given Sunglasses - Women's

$150.00

5

  • brown
  • gray
  • purple
  • more
Compare
Marmot Train for the Adventure
Questa Sunglasses - Women's

Smith Questa Sunglasses - Women's

$89.00

5 5

  • green
  • black
  • gray
  • red
  • brown
Compare
RPM Squared Sunglasses - Women's

Oakley RPM Squared Sunglasses - Women's

$150.00

5

  • purple
  • blue
  • brown
  • black
  • more
Compare

Page

What's Different About Women's Sunglasses?

Guide

Size

Apart from size, the other main difference between men's and women's sunglasses is obviously the design. In general, women's sunglasses tend to have more rounded shapes, curvier designs, and feminine touches. Glamorous oversized lenses and wider arms are also popular.

Polarized & Photochromic

High-tech polarized lenses reduce glare from reflective surfaces such as water and snow to improve definition and reduce eye fatigue. Even more advanced photochromic lenses change tint in response to changing light conditions, so your sunglasses are always just as dark as you need them to be.

Interchangeable

Some sunglasses have interchangeable lenses, meaning you can replace lenses for those of a different tint when lighting conditions change, when you've damaged a lens, or when you feel like switching up your look a little. Most styles come with a second set of lenses to give you a couple of options right out of the box.