Matte Chrome Frame, Grey Lense, Bayonet Temple
Originally built for the U.S. Military, our flagship Aviator Sunglasses surpass rigid mil-spec standards. Standard issue since 1982, these are battle tested and relevant to the most rigorous and demanding use. Worn by pilots, taste-makers, and those who demand the best.
Made in USA using the finest components found worldwide
Signature bayonet temples designed for military pilots
Lifetime-warranted solder joints
Military Issued: HGU4/P, MIL-S-25948
Mineral crown glass lenses
98-100% UV Protection
Adjustable cushioned silicon nose pads for customized fit
Tour of Duty: Vietnam, Desert Storm, Korea, and Kosovo
Grey Lens provides absolute true color reception.
Size: 52mm (pictured), 55mm, 58mm
Frames: Matte Chrome
Frame Sizing Guidelines
Find the perfect sunglasses size for your face with our easy-to-use sunglasses sizing guide. Looking in a mirror, hold a ruler horizontally across your face. Measure in inches the distance between your left and right temples.
Then use the chart below to convert your measurement to a frame size that may suit your face.
Suggested Frame Size Face Size (temple to temple)
49mm 115mm or 4.5”
52mm 127mm or 5”
54mm 130mm or 5.125″
55mm 135mm or 5.25”
57mm 140mm or 5.5”
58mm 146mm or 5.75”
61mm 152mm or 6”
59mm(Raptor only) 140mm or 5.5”
(Please note: Wrap-style frames fit more snugly).
Find Your Current Frame Size
You may also use a pair of sunglasses you currently own to determine your best size. Frame sizing is typically noted on the inside of either temple (see illustration below). The eye/lens size is usually first, then the bridge size, then temple size. Use the eye/lens size to determine the best frame size.
The eye size is typically going to be the most important size for identifying how a pair of sunglasses will look. The eye size number measures the width of the lens, measured from the bridge, in millimeters. The bridge width is the distance between the lenses in millimeters. And the third number is the length of the temple in millimeters.
Note: If the eye size is not indicated on the temple, look under the bridge.