Vintage Aviator Sunglasses with Cable Wrap Temple and Glass Lens - Viper

Aviators were originally developed in the 30s for the Army Air Corps. This Aviator has the original teardrop-shaped lens designed to shield the full range of your vision. The G15 lens on these blocks about 85% of sunlight without noticeable color distortion. That's why they have been such an appreciated style for all these years. This aviator also features the cable temple ends for comfort and stability. Optical quality nickel silver frame with glass lenses!

New old stock 1990s. Never worn. Perfect condition! 

Country of origin not marked...we believe Taiwan

58mm Eye Size
18mm Nose bridge
145mm Temple/Arm

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Understanding sunglass measurements

The  metric system is the standard measuring system used when measuring sunglasses.  The measurements are always listed in millimeters (mm).  When shopping at the Sunglass Museum you will see a measurement of each style listed in its description in a series of 3 numbers like this 54/18/145.  

The first number is always for the eye size and is measured horizontally from the outside edge to the inside edge of one lens. The second number is always for the distance between the lenses and is the bridge/nose size.  Lastly, the third number always represents the temple or arm length of the sunglasses.