In 1930, before there were ever aviator sunglasses, there were AO flight goggles. By 1935 the U.S. Army Air Corps contracts AO to produce specially designed sunglasses for aviators. Thus the classic aviator shape is born.
By 1961 few men defined style like JFK, and the iconic Saratoga quickly became a legendary style for AO and has never gone out of style. It is now back in production!Learn More
What sets these sunglasses apart is their dedication to quality, performance and comfort. These aviator sunglasses are truly built to last for years if not a lifetime.
Each pair take more than 200 individual operations to make, and every pair are made right here in the USA.
Even better, should you ever need parts they are available to keep your frame in tip top shape.Learn More
Superior Glasses I have always been a RE customer. I will never buy any other kind of sunglasses and like to purchase from John (JetAviator7). Any questions John will email back within hours. Quality service and a fantastic product. Just purchased the polarized grey and liked them so much I just purchased the tan for lower sunlight. I have about 10 pair now for many many years and never had to do any returns or repairs to these solid built products. I do a lot of boating so I purchased the polarized glasses and I can tell you they are what every boater/fisherman need not only see into the water and prevent glare but for maximum eye protection. Take my word, you will not be sorry. Did I mention Real Glass lenses, not plastic.
Great delivery... great sunglasses... great customer service First of all, I placed the order on line late Wednesday evening: I was amazed that the sunglasses arrived on Saturday! These are a fantastic pair of sunglasses... substantial yet not heavy on the face with excellent clarity. I always have paid extra for sunglasses (Oakley SI and Wiley X) with polarizing lenses since I have a bit of light sensitivity, especially with sand and snow. But I wondered why the majority of lens colors offered on the AO Original Pilot Sunglasses were not polarized. John's on-line video cleared it up for me: Cockpit windshields offer some polarization for pilots! I have no problem reading information on my car's info screen; the colors just change a bit. I am pleased with my new sunglasses and happy I ordered them though this website. I'll tell my friends about my positive experience and will be back!
Great Sunglasses and Great Reviews The Aviator I sunglasses that I ordered were sent out very promptly by Priority Mail and are now in service, along with the earlier sunglasses - Randolph Sportsman - that I bought from Aviator-Sunglassess.net, which gave me outstanding service for these two sunglasses orders. These Randolph sunglasses are the highest quality frames and lenses that I have ever had, including my past favorites made by Bausch & Lomb.
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