3 Reasons to get Aviators as your prescription glasses
you think of aviators only as sunglasses, but there is an emerging trend of aviator prescription eyeglasses. Their oversized style and wire frames make them perfect for highlighting strong features and big eyes.
Fits most face shapes
Aviators work well with all kinds of face shapes. Even though they are large and distinctive, the narrow frame design makes them very adaptable. If you have a high description it’s a good idea to choose a higher index of lens in the ‘lens option’ section at checkout.
aviator glasses are instantly recognizable. This frame style, as eyeglasses or sunglasses, adds a touch of attitude to any style. Wearing this frame conjures up images of fighter pilots soaring through the skies. Who doesn’t want that vibe?
Customize your lenses for your Aviator Eyeglass Frame
Prescription Lenses that darken in sunlight
Still not sure whether aviator glasses should be tinted or clear, why not both? Our aviators are available with transition lenses that lighten or darken depending on the surrounding light level. To add this feature choose ‘light adjusting’ at checkout for your eyeglasses.
Clear prescription lenses
Our aviator glasses are available with non-prescription lenses. This means that even if you don’t need to wear glasses, you can rock this bold style regardless. Just choose ‘non-prescription’ at the ‘usage’ section when checking out.
Lens coatings for your aviators
If you are outdoors often, UV protection is a great choice of lens coating. It’s totally invisible and great for reducing the long term damage caused by unfiltered sunlight. Due to their large size, adding an anti-reflective coating when choosing your lens is a good idea to eliminate unsightly reflections.
Lightweight frames weigh 15 grams or lighter without the lenses.
Our aviator eyeglasses are handmade using high quality, durable metal. We stock a wide range of modern and classic takes on this timeless style, so why not experiment with our try on feature using the button at the top left of the frame page.