It is very nice when I hear from Customers about how much they like their new Randolph Aviator Sunglasses.
Today I had an interesting conversation with one of my Customers, Lennie.
Lennie received his pair of Randolph Aviator sunglasses from me (a pair of AF054 55mm 23K Gold Plated Frame with Skull Temples) today and could not wait to talk to me.
This morning I received a telephone call from Lennie excited and let me know how pleased he was with the sunglasses.
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One of the most important assets that pilots have are their eyes which makes aviator shades an essential piece of equipment.
What Are The Best Aviator Sunglasses For Pilots?
I have been flying airplanes for most of my life and during that time I have purchased a lot of aviator sunglasses. Fortunately, there are a lot of good choices out there to choose from. Below is a list of the very best aviator sunglasses I wear:
- Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses
- Randolph Engineering Concorde Sunglasses
- Serengeti Large Aviator Sunglasses
- AO Eyewear Original Pilot Sunglasses
- Scheyden C-130 Sunglasses For Pilots
It is unfortunate but sometimes pilots choose sunglasses based on how they look without considering what really matters.
There are more important things to consider than how they look on you.
Randolph Engineering Aviator sunglasses come with a number of different options when it comes to sunglasses lenses.
Gray or smoke colored lenses are considered the best for everyday use; however, when you are in haze, low light or snowy conditions tan (or brown) lenses provide better contrast making them a great choice for a second pair of sunglasses.
As a pilot I always carry two pair of sunglasses because over the period of a flight I normally encounter different lighting conditions making it imperative that I be prepared and can see everything clearly. Read more
How do polarized aviator sunglasses work, and are they right for you? Read more