Spiderman: Far From Home Glasses are Super-Cool and Available to Buy (Kinda)


It's the same frame, at least.

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In Spiderman: Far From Home, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) is an every-man character that spends part of his day chasing criminals, and part of his day dealing with regular life.

The sunglasses he wears tread this line particularly well. They manage to look like a regular—albeit super cool—pair of shades, while also being a useful tool in his mission. If you want to know more about the Spiderman: Far From Home glasses, including where you can buy them, then read on.

Spiderman: Far From Home Sunglasses

Columbia Pictures

The glasses Peter Parker (Tom Holland) wears in Spiderman: Far From Home are Dita Eyewear Dita Flight 006 sunglasses. The frame is the grey/black colorway. While the ones in the movie have custom clear lens that light up, Dita has released a version with light blue lenses that look similar.

These shades are a typical aviator sunglasses shape, but have several features that make them stand out. First is the acetate and titanium combined build. We really like the contrast between the frame around the lens and the metal bridge and there are also some really intricate engravings around the hinges.

Dita says the glasses are a tribute to the bravery WW2 pilots, and that they take the classic shape but construct them in a “muscular, modern materials for a new look.” We think modern and muscular sums up the shades pretty well.

This glasses come at a price, however—they are quite expensive. You can check them out at Dita’s official website or on Amazon by clicking here. There are also plenty of knockoff’s available on Amazon, although we obviously can’t vouch for the quality.


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Duncan Elder

Duncan is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Boardwalk. He's spent the last 15 years developing his own sense of style, which lies at the cross-section of mid-noughties indie and Uniqlo-inspired minimalism.

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