Are you searching online for western aviator sunglasses?
The Gidgee Eyes Equator sunglass range are designed to sit in place and enhance the functionality of the aviator sunglasses style for practical use for horse riders.
Made with high strength alloy frames, our western aviator sunglasses come in a range of fashionable colours and styles. Features include adjustable and replaceable rubber nose grips and extended rubber grip on the temple arms.
Our western aviator sunglasses are constructed with high strength allow frames and TR90 temple arms. A variety of lens are also available that include Injection polarised in natural brown tint (LT10), grey tint (LT20) and gradient polarised (LT13-20).
Our Western Aviator Sunglasses are lightweight and can be worn comfortably all day.
- Equestrian Sunglasses
- ADJUSTABLE NOSE GRIPS (Adjustable to suit personal nose profile)
- Silver Chrome Alloy wire frame with Smoke temples with Black rubber grips
- Grey Gradient tint on Injection Polarised lens
- Lens Category 3 – AS/NZS 1067.1, 2016
- Replaceable Black Nose Pads with spare set included
- Protective case and microfiber cleaning pouch included
Will Aviator Sunglasses suit my face shape?
Western Aviator Sunglasses are best known for their sleek design and large lens and suit most face shapes. Aviators are also unisex sunglasses that look great on both men and women. They also provide greater protection from harmful UV rays because of their large sized lenses.
Why do Aviator Sunglasses look so cool?
There is no specific science that explains why Aviator sunglasses look so cool. Perhaps it had something with some of the coolest people in the world wearing them first. Robert de Niro and Michael Jackson were often seen wearing them. Tom Cruise wore them in Top Gun. Brad Pit and lots of other celebrities with the “cool factor” are often seen wearing Aviators.
How did this style of sunglasses get the name aviators?
Aviators were originally designed for American fighter pilot and military personal. The main characterises being large and teardrop lenses that protected the pilot’s eyes when flying in the bright sky.