AO Original Pilot Sunglasses – Sky Master Glass Lenses – Bayonet Temple – Polarized


AO Original Pilot Sunglasses – Sky Master Glass Lenses – Bayonet Temple – Polarized

 13,490.00  10,790.00

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  • The Original Pilot has been a favorite of U.S. military pilots since 1958 and continues to be AO’s most popular style. Expect uncompromising quality – engineered to rigid military specifications.
  • Since 1833, American Optical has been revolutionizing eyewear manufacturing. We’re proud to continue that tradition with every AO Frame Made in USA
  • Bayonet temple style with clear acetate temple tips, offering a sleek and vintage look not readily available on the market that allow you to take frames on and off without removing a helmet.
  • Monoblock hinge designed for strength and style. A streamlined hinge system both opens and closes temples while locking the lens in place, without the need for a rim-lock. This hinge design translates to a sleek look that keeps your field of vision open. Expect smooth closure
  • Domestically plated 23K Gold, hypoallergenic metal frame
  • SkyMaster™ Glass lenses offer superior clarity and scratch resistance. Filter Category 3 lens
  • Chromatically tuned Calobar™ Green tint provides true color perception for natural vision.Polarized to eliminate glare, provide better contrast, and increase visual clarity. AO Polarized
  • Oleophobic coating & anti-reflective backside coating
  • Lens width: 57 millimeters
  • Bridge: 20 millimeters
  • Lens height: 48 mm / Bridge width: 20 mm / Temple length: 140 mm
  • Lenses offer 100% UVA/UVB protection and are impact-resistant (ANSI Z80.3)
  • Click-in nosepad arms engineered for stronger soldering and less chance of breakage. Designed to incorporate a vintage AO mark of authenticity. High quality PVC nosepads are supplied by German manufacturer, Frey Winkler. A click-in style allows for easy replacement.
  • There is no machine in the world as valuable as a skilled craftsman. Every AO frame is handcrafted in our Illinois factory. Our process blends machining and handwork to create the highest quality frames. Contact us to schedule a tour.