They're uncommon and people take notice. Do these sunglasses have anything to do with weather patterns circulating the Pacific? Absolutely not, but when you hear the words "The El Niño," you know a storm is a-brewin'. They're mirrored, so when people stare, they'll be the ones feeling awkward when they see themselves in your reflection. But you won't give a shit because you're looking.
Speaking of the mirrored finish, that's the only thing we'd change. We'd put the mirror on the inside of the lenses. Why? Because when you look this fuggin' good, you want to see yourself, and no one looks better.
They're ANSI z87+ rated, which means they've been approved by the American National Standards Institute for high-velocity impact resistance. Their shatter-resistant polycarbonate lenses and polycarbonate frames are perfect for when El Niño's winds kick up some fierce debris and deposit it on your face.