Aviators beamed at the word in the 1930s and remained glistening ever since. RayBan, were visionaries—or correctly put—creators of the ‘aviator’ style. Starting with military pilots sporting the accessory, its traveled decades to sit remarkably on loads of nose bridges—especially [eyewear] fashionistas. The designers today manufacturing aviators are plentiful. But we know, only a few, makes the cut for producing spectacular frames.

Austrian label Carrera is cutting deep with some stylish yet affordable frames (starts at $130). Known for using enduring materials and unique processing, the fifty-five-year-old label has kept up with the joneses (other labels) just fine. I heard wind the brand’s currently preparing to rollout an exclusive collection for eyewear emporium Solstice. Mr. MSR’s eagerly excited about the collaboration.

To add, Carrera in the past partnered with aerospace giant Boeing and luxurious carmaker Ferrari to produce lethal aviators. Presently, the brand manufactures eyewear for several categories (i.e. beach sportswear, car racing). The popular sellers are definitely their supreme-crafted aviators.


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gladitsnight.com said...

Interesting! I don't think I am brave enough to wear an argyle suit though...