It is no coincidence that the Ray-Ban Aviator Classic is one of the most well-known sunglasses in the world.
They were originally designed in 1937 for United States aviators, and have since been manufactured. Find out more about aviator style sunglasses
It is a timeless model that combines an attractive aviator style with quality, comfort and exceptional benefits. The aviator style sunglasses are a model originally designed by Bausch & Lomb, but produced by the well-known Ray Banbrand.
Aviator-style sunglasses consist of two large, teardrop-shaped lenses that touch the cheekbones. They have double bridge, one adapted to the curve of the nose and the other that unites the frame of both lenses of the part superior. The lenses may be completely dark, reflective, mirror or degraded. They cover the eye in its entirety to prevent light from damaging.
With its classic frame, gold-plated, silver or black, and its variety of lenses provide optimum visual clarity and 100% protection against ultraviolet rays.
History Of Aviator Style Sunglasses
The aviator-style Ray Ban glasses originated in World War II times to replace the goggles worn by aviation pilots, members of the Navy and members of the Navy. Hence the origin of his name.
In the 1930s, some Air Force military companies entrusted Bausch & Lomb with designing special goggles that would protect pilots from the glare of sunshine at high altitudes. According to the story, it was the members of the company who designed the glasses and defined the lenses in dark green.
Ray Ban produced the first pair in 1936, although they did not go on sale until 1937. His trade name took the origin of the Ray Ban Aviator. Some attribute his invention to Edwin Herbert Land, an American scientist, developer of the polarizing filter. But others disprove it. Ray Ban began to polarize his models with the invention of Land, but this one was not its creator.
The aviator-style Ray Ban glasses take on popularity in World War II when General Douglas MacArthur arrived on a Philippine beach and was photographed wearing a pair of aviator sunglasses.
Ray Ban Aviator Goggles gained strength in the 80’s with the premiere of several films such as Top Gun, starring Tom Cruise, and Cobra, starring Sylvester Stallone.
They become very early in film glasses!
The RayBan Aviator model has evolved over time. After 85 years, the eyewear has undergone variations and innovations in design and comfort.
For example, the RB3025 112/4T with gold-plated frame has mirrored fuchsia crystals . Years ago, unthinkable.
Or the classic version with black frame and polarized crystals, one of the most desired by gentlemen: RB3025 002/58
It can also be found with degraded crystals, a very seductive and biased. This model with gold frame and degraded brown lenses is ideal for ladies and gentlemen: RB3025 001/51
All are 100% original and are the evolution of the classic classic of all glasses.