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8/28/2012

Barstool Sports


The girls from this post on Barstool Sports love Waviators. Force a mention in order to get the story. Thanks Caroline and Adrienne.

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8/13/2012

Diving board

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8/03/2012

NYCurchin Features Waviators

You know when you’re out on the water surfing, stand up paddling, kayaking, tubing, soo incredibly content, but then it hits you…shit I am going to be FRIED! Yeah the sun is powerful, especially when you’re out on the water. Protect that skin and, more importantly, protect your eyes! Now you don’t have to worry about losing your sunnies in action thanks to Waviators, the sunglasses that float!! read more

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8/03/2012

Sailing with Waviators

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8/02/2012

ChicagoShopping.com

Sink or swim: Did you happen to notice that it’s August already? It’s time to seize the summer and hit the beach or pool with a vengeance. But you don’t want to lose your precious sunnies while you’re enjoying the water read more

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7/23/2012

Thrillist Nation Loves Waviators

Tired of watching their shades sink into the murky depths of various bodies of water (damn you, bath tub!), the crew behind Waviators created colorful, Wayfarer-esque sunnies from a special, ultra-light plastic that makes them literally unsinkable. read more

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6/21/2012

They did not lose their Waviators

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6/21/2012

Waviators intro video

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6/19/2012

We met Brandon Robinson from FlyBoard Flyboard.com the other weekend. He gave us a ride on his FlyBoard, and I am telling all Waviators fans out there that if you get a chance to get on one, please do, it is amazing.

Look for further Waviators and FlyBoard video’s in the future, but for now here is a little taste.

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6/13/2012

Introducing Waviators



After many years dreaming up the perfect pair of shades, we are proud to introduce Waviators Unsinkable Shades. We created Waviators to solve a simple problem. Sunglasses that look good don’t float. We play in water. We wear sunglasses. Our old shades sank too many times.