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Aviator Sunglasses

“If you are one of those people who value service more than saving a few dollars then keep reading.”

At Aviator Sunglasses we have a mission to do more than deliver excellent products. We also focus on providing a wide variety of information you need when purchasing aviator sunglasses and shooting eyewear online. We do this through education, inspiration and communication. When you invest in one of our products know that we will stand behind them for as long as you own them.

We know that you have questions; know that we have the answers. Our mission is to provide you with the very best products that will perform better than expected with value you will appreciate.

 

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Randolph Aviator Sunglasses for Men
Randolph Aviator Sunglasses with a Matte Chrome frame, Bayonet Temples and Gray Lenses.

Randolph Aviator Sunglasses

When it comes to handcrafted American made aviator sunglasses Randolph Aviators are hard to beat.

Each pair take over 200 manufacturing operations to make, many of which are done by hand.

One of the nicest things about all Randolph sunglasses is that they all come with a really nice snap-cover leatherette carrying case, a polishing/cleaning cloth, a small maintenance kit (with extra screws, nose-pads and small screw driver) and a lifetime solder joint warranty.

Every 50th frame is twist tested, so you can be sure if your frame ever separates Randolph will repair/replace your frame free of charge!

Preferred by pilots both military and civilian worldwide, Randolph Aviator sunglasses set the standard for beauty, quality and performance.

You don’t have to be a pilot to enjoy these outstanding sunglasses!

Serengeti Aviator Sunglasses

Serengeti Sunglasses are best known for their photochromic lenses which darken in bright sunlight and the lighten in low sunlight.

In 1982 Corning Inc. began making their premium line of sunglasses with their famous “Drivers Gradient” lenses.

But Corning did not find the new line of sunglasses readily accepted by consumers and from 1982 to 1993 struggled with the brand.

In 2000 Bushnell acquired the Serengeti Sunglasses line which has become very popular with eye care specialists, sport enthusiasts and pilots.

The spectral control technology in Serengeti sunglasses selectively filters light similar to the way a camera lens does.

The result is that Serengeti lenses filter out harmful “Blue Light” which reduces retinal glare and enhances contrast.

When it comes to polarized sunglasses it is hard to beat the Serengeti technology that reacts to glare much like a microscopic venetian blind.

The ultra light glass lenses used in Serengeti Sunglasses are tempered to ensure scratch and impact resistance, then ground to a perfect distortion free lens.

And for those who love to drive performance cars the amber colored Drivers Gradient lenses enhance contrast while darkening and lightening as you drive through changing light conditions.

Today Serengeti Sunglasses are considered to be among the very best in the world.

On the right you see a pilot wearing a pair of Brando Serengeti Aviator Sunglasses.

Experience the Serengeti difference today with a functional, fashionable pair of Serengeti sunglasses today!

Serengeti Brando 7887 Satin Black Frame Drivers Gradient Lens Aviator Sunglasses
AO Eyewear Original Pilot Sunglasses

AO Original Pilot sunglasses.

AO Eyewear was formed in 2005 as the American Optical Company was being broken up and sold off in pieces. It remains in Southbridge, MA near the original American Optical plant campus.

American Optical was a prime contractor for the US Department of Defense for many years, and it’s sunglasses were worn by astronauts and even traveled to the moon!

In recent years AO Eyewear has brought production of their sunglasses back to the United States and there has been a dramatic improvement in the quality of their products.

Recently they revised their packaging to include a very nice soft snap-top carrying case.

On the left you can see what a pair of Original Pilot sunglasses look like.