Fatheadz sunglasses are designed in bigger, wider sizes to accommodate large heads without pinching or slipping—say goodbye to too-small frames made for tiny heads. Browse sporty sunglasses in a wider range of sizes and find a comfortable fit.
Browse our collection of authentic Fatheadz sunglasses and discover innovative styles with extended temple lengths, eye sizes, and bridge widths for men who need larger sized frames. Finding that standard sized sunglasses were too small and uncomfortable for his large head, founder Rico Elmore developed a line of oversized sunglasses tailored for full-framed men. These designer sunglasses showcase the brand’s dedication to craftsmanship and on-trend frames in styles built to fit any size face.
Enjoy edgy, modern style in our collection of Fatheadz sunglasses for men. Futuristic wraparounds and sleek rectangles offer contemporary silhouettes in standard and extended sizes. Offered in classic and contemporary colors, the sunglasses in this collection satisfy a number of preferences, and the spring hinges and integrated nose pads make them comfortable to wear. Every pair of these Fatheadz designer frames features the brand’s signature ‘F’ logo on the temples, a hallmark of authenticity.
Sun lenses in the Fatheadz Sunglasses collection for men come in a variety of conventional and contemporary colors. Authentic Fatheadz Sunglasses come with scratch-resistant, 100% UV-protective polycarbonate lenses, which resist impact up to 10 times more than other lenses. And the anti-reflective coating on these polarized lenses promises even greater glare reduction. The flash mirror coating on the outside of the lenses decreases the amount of light that passes through them by 10% to 60%. Lenses also include a hydrophobic coating that helps water bead off the surfaceideal for activities on or near the water.
In 2017 Fatheadz founder Rico Elmore decided it was time to bring the manufacturing of his sunglasses back to the United States. Of his decision, Elmore says, “The main focus [was] definitely having Americans building products for the world.” Assembled in Indianapolis with frame components sourced from California, the company’s All-American V2.0 Sunglass Collection can proudly boast that they’re ‘Made in America.’