Aviator Sunglasses From WW2 Until Now

Aviator type sunglasses are still stir among fashion aficionados, despite the fact that the model was launched in about 70 years ago.

Gender aviator sunglasses were invented specifically for employees of the U.S. military, as you probably have imagined. The model was designed in the years 1929-1930 by Bausch & Lomb U.S. aviation pilots and the company Ray-Ban, who invented the form of sunglasses, has since become one of the greatest spectacles in the world producing. Ray-Ban has signed a contract with the U.S. Air Force to produce these glasses, and scientists employed by the company have worked carefully to create the ideal form of glasses and find the most suitable and durable material for frames. Besides work, you must mention that scientists have used special technology to make the glasses multiple functions: they not only protect your eyes from bright sunlight, but also confers additional clarity of vision.

American General Douglas MacArthur was the one who made the type aviator sunglasses one of the most popular accessories. He coordinated the first U.S. troops during the First World War, which increased his popularity. The general had a very charismatic presence; he quickly became one of the emblematic figures of the time. And that kind aviator sunglasses were “integral part” of MacArthur’s image with which he smoked his pipe, not surprisingly, aviator sunglasses have become a highly sought after accessory and very fashionable. Moreover, the popularity of the model is understandable, since, due to the versatility of form, the model fits everyone and looks as good on any face.