Way back in the 1930s, Ray Ban was developed
to protect the US Army pilots from the
brutal glare of the Sun. The world famous
'Aviators' have, since then been inseparable
part of the world history seeing action in REAL
as well as REEL life. The new blockbuster
Pearl Harbor now recreates a pivotal part
of history with heroes of our time re-enacting
the heroism of the true heroes of 1941, the common
factor being the legendary Aviators. Celebrating
the theme of 'Protecting Heroes since 1937', Ray
Ban recently unveiled 6 new variants of the classic
Aviators in line with the launch of movie -Pearl
new variants, while preserving the original shape
and design of perhaps the most celebrated eyewear
model, come with a number of design quality improvements.
The Aviator now also comes in a number of lens
colours enabling the Aviator fan to seek his own
individuality in this classic piece.
What is new in the Aviators?
Performed bridge and brace for better curvature
and lens compatibility.
Pre-curved softer pad arms for better adjustability
of nose pads
New Plating Chemistry for improved corrosion resistance
New Chemical hardening Process to ensure distortion
Pearl Harbor is The Movie of 2001... an epic,
romantic drama set against the background of a
pivotal moment in the history of World War II,
of which the Aviator has been an separable part.
The stars are Ben Affleck, Alec Baldwin, Josh
Harnett, Kate Beckinsale and Cuba Gooding Jr.,
and of course the new models of the Aviators namely
Large Metal Aviator and Aviator Outdoorsman. Infact,
to preserve the authentic Ray Ban look of the
era the sunglasses used in Peral Harbor were specially
treated and rubbed to achieve the realistic look
of the originals.