Our Superdry sunglasses have been designed with the same cool that has seen the Superdry label become one of the global fashion success stories of the 21st century. It's brand presence is hard to miss on the high street, all the more impressive as they're not known for hiring celebrities to endorse the label, with the notable exception of the multi-talented actor Idris Elba, famed for his Luther character and for portraying Nelson Mandela in the film, 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom'. Nevertheless, many celebrities have been spotted sporting the Superdry logo, including David Beckham and Leonardo DiCaprio, which gives further credence to the brands 'cool' tag.
Interestingly, although Japanese characters are used in the logo design, Superdry is a British company - the Japanese design was inspired by a visit that the founders took to Japan! The mixing of styles and cultures is part of the popularity of the brand, representing the positive aspects of globalisation. It's no secret that the founder isn't supportive of Brexit and has helped the campaign for Remain in the UK.
Some of our Superdry sunglasses are also available with prescription or alternative lenses while others are only available with the original manufacturer scratch-resistant, hard-coated, ultra-violet (UV) sun lenses in them.
We think you'll be more than happy if you decide to order your Superdry sunglasses from us. For peace of mind in case you're having doubts about ordering prescription sunglasses or non-prescription sunglasses online, we've had some fantastic reviews on the independent review site, Trustpilot, increasingly recognised as the 'brand-leader' of review sites. What we like about Trustpilot is that we feel it's fair for potential buyers to make a better informed purchasing decision. Most of our reviews are 'verified', which means that the reviewer ordered from us and received an automatic email from Trustpilot asking to review us. We can't choose who gets sent that email! Also, whether the review is good or bad, the review must stay unless there's a very good reason.