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Thursday, June 25, 2020

Styles Of Aviator Sunglasses To Consider

The Aviator style sunglasses are made for the macho guy, with the large teardrop-shaped lenses that hug the cheeks, and we’ve all seen Tom Cruise sporting Aviators, not to mention a whole host of other Hollywood A-Listers. If you are on the hunt for a few pairs of stylish and functional Aviator style shades, here are a few variations to consider.


Mirrored Lenses
The very first Aviators made by Bausch & Lomb were mirrored, to help the US fighter pilots who were doing battle with German and Japanese bombers and escorts. The tight fit over the cheeks is no accident, indeed, this was conceived to make sure the pilot could see his gauges when he looked down, and the teardrop shape enables peripheral vision without glare. Mirrored lenses come in various finishes and definitely add an air of mystery, which people find appealing.

Choice of Metal
Classic Aviator frames are made with a brass or silver finish, keeping the sleek, distinguished look.  It might surprise you to learn that the original Aviators of WWII were made from 12k gold, which is hard enough for the task. Check out the fantastic selection at one of the online shades boutiques, where they have the brand names at affordable prices, including polarized Aviator sunglasses in stylish metal frames.

Plastic Frames
If you prefer the thicker, chunkier look of composite plastics, you won’t be disappointed, and with just about every colour imaginable, you are literally spoiled for choice. Thick black frames with mirrored lenses really does make a statement, and the latest composites are virtually unbreakable, making them very durable and long-lasting.

Tinted Lenses
Again, an assortment that is endless, with yellows, pinks, oranges and even multi-shade tints, for that way-out look. If you want to view a selection of top-rated Aviator polarized sunglasses, a simple Google search will take you to a designer sunglasses website and then you can view a wide selection of top-notch sunglasses of all styles. There are subtle tints and lenses that automatically darken in sunlight, which is great for outdoor activities.

Lens Colour
Aside from any tint, lenses come in a range of colours, from completely clear to very dark, and everything in between. Brown is popular, as it makes things clearer and in greater detail, plus brown can be worn in the early mornings and evenings.

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This style has been used as base for many sunglasses manufacturers, and the best way to view a wide selection is to Google and find a leading online retailer. The great thing about online shopping is you can compare prices in no time at all, making sure you get the best deal. The online supplier is generally 15-20% cheaper than a traditional bricks and mortar retail outlet, and you’re getting the same products and guarantees, but not paying for the venue’s upkeep.

Most online designer sunglasses retailers have special deals, which could save you as much as 30%, especially if they are clearing an old line. With so many designs to choose from, finding the right shades is easy.
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