Dirty Dog Prescription Sunglasses
A blend of advanced technology and fashionionable designs. Comfortable, good-looking and durable sunglasses made from tough, lightweight materials. Dirty Dog sunglasses are designed to last; designed to let you get dirty. Serious eyewear for seriously dirty people.
Founded in 1988 in New Zealand, Dirty Dog is a brand with pedigree in the extreme sports market, making tried and tested products for use by mountain bikers, road cyclists, surfers, paragliders and yachters - to name but a few!
Dirty Dog frames come in a range of shapes from flatter fashion designs to shades perfect for sport. Standard, polarised or photochromic prescription lenses offer custom-made coverage for a range of conditions and events.
Dirty Dog eyewear is a combination of integrated design, superior materials and ergonomic engineering.
Dirty Dog Eyewear's advanced designs provide purebred performance transforming your vision into a crystal clear experience.
A Dirty Dog best-seller. People keep coming back for Clank's sleek wrapped shape and comfortable fit.CLANK
Timeless sunglass design with an easygoing squared shape suiting any face shape. Made for the beach!MONZA
Halfrim sports frame designed to be versatile for a range of sports from cycling to golf and much more!SPORT ECCO
Moulded from Grilamid, Dirty Dog TR90 sunglass frames are lightweight, flexible and durable with complete shape memory to eliminate warping.
Dirty Dog's injection-moulded TR90 frames are lightweight for prolonged wearing comfort throughout the day.
TR90 is extremely flexible with 100% memory, meaning these frames will fit comfortably with no long-term warping.
Specialist sports and wetglass frames were made by Dirty Dog to give that extra edge of performance, designed to excel no matter how hard you push.
Rubber non-slip nose pads provide a secure fit on Dirty Dog Sport frames, while hinges are intrinsically designed into the frame for a streamlined look.
Wetglasses have 'Water Escape' vents and channels in the frame to allow water to flow away from your lenses and eyes keeping them as dry as possible.