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Randolph Aviator Sunglasses: The Ultimate in Military-Grade Eye Protection
Quick—how many sunglasses styles can you name? If you only came up with two, we bet they’re the cat eye and the aviator. We have nothing against the feline-inspired frames of the 60s, but we’re all pilots here. When it’s time to pick out a new pair of flying shades, the clear answer is a high-quality pair of aviators.
Top Gun® Official Aviation Winter Weather Apparel
Do you feel the need, the need for speed? If so, check out our Top Gun® Official Aviation Winter Weather Apparel.
Casual Aviation Apparel Guide for the [Stylish] Off-Duty Pilot
We know you love being a pilot, but we’re also willing to bet you aren’t wearing your uniform shirt out to dinner or the movies. So how do you keep that aviation vibe going and translate it into stylish casual getups on your days off?
Summer Flying: 7 Pieces of Gear You Need to Beat the Heat in the Cockpit
Sunny summer days look inviting, and it’s true that you can enjoy a cross-country excursion on a warm day, but hot weather flying takes a little extra forethought and preparation. A plane that’s sitting out on the tarmac baking in the sun can quickly become swelteringly hot. The same is true in the air for a low-wing aircraft with lots of windows.
Best Sunglasses for Pilots- Protect Your Vision with Style
The ultimate combination of function and style, sunglasses have been an integral part of a pilot’s image since 1936 when Bausch & Lomb developed the first pair of “aviators.”
Changing Times - Why polarized frames now work in the cockpit
Times are changing, technology has advanced, and you now have the option of choosing a pair of cockpit-friendly, digital-device compatible polarized sunglasses.
The Best Sunglasses for Pilots
Pilots wearing sunglasses is an iconic American image, one that appears often in movies, magazines, history books and more. Those classic images appeal to our shared appreciation for freedom, courage, innovation and exploration.