From first-time optical collections to tried-and-true sporting accessories, there’s something for everyone in clip-on suns this season. Across the range of possibilities, convenience and style combine for a variety of perfect matches.

Rudy Project

You’ll have an exceptional light-management experience with the Exception Flip Up, which is single vision and progressive friendly, and includes a Golf 100 lens and Racing Red RP Optics lenses. 

(949) 272-2469, 


TC Charton 

Switch gears in a snap — or clip — with this clip-on, made with CR29 lenses, to fit the model Stanley. 

(855) 707-0220,



Say “bonjour” to the Sun Clip-On Collection, created for Vuarnet’s first-ever optical collection. The unisex VL1808 features mineral glass lenses, in pure grey and pure brown, in a titanium clip. 

(914) 495-3701,



Experience a true attraction to this magnetic clip-on made with acetate Mazzucchelli, and designed for a perfect fit over the optical frames.

39 0435 31812,

Price upon request.


Prepare for takeoff with the clip-friendly Airmag frame, model AP6441, made with TR90. 

(800) 372-6372,

$50 (clip)
$125 (clip and frame)

True Vintage Revival 

It’s throwback time, and the TVR516 Crown Panto clip-on delivers true 1930s sensibility with its vintage filigree design.

$120 (clip)
$595 (clip and frame)


Polarized. Polycarbonate. Plenty of fun. That’s the magnetic clip-on that’s custom designed for the model Lexington. 

(800) 986-0010,

$80 (clip)
$195 (clip and frame)


Spring (bridge) is sprung with Glide-Fit SunClips. These easy-on, easy-off clip-ons are ideal for metal or plastic frames. 

(800) 955-67544,


Maui Jim 

Hit the beach with new clip-on collection, which includes four foldable styles and three shapes. The clip-on for Coral Sea is an oval eye shape with HCL bronze lens. 

(866) 666-5905,

Price upon request.

This article originally appeared in the March 2018 edition of INVISION.   


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