For both evaporative dry eye and aqueous tear deficiency, wrap-around glasses help to keep wind and dry air out, and moisture in. Some glasses include inserts to keep air out and moisture in. Some come with sponges that can be moistened and secured inside the glasses. The sponges increase humidity inside the chamber.
You can find inexpensive, non-prescription sunglasses with wide legs in department stores, drug stores, and even discount stores. The glasses can keep wind out, but do not retain moisture.
7eye manufactures glasses with foam shields around the eyes that keep air out.
Eye Eco manufactures sunglasses with moisture release chambers.
WileyX manufactures glasses with removable foam seals.