Cat Eyes Sunglasses With Silver Reflective Lens
CAT EYES SUNGLASSES WITH SILVER REFLECTIVE LENS by Element Jeans Co. are quite the craze. There are three distinct styles that fall under the cat-eye umbrella: the traditional ’50s swoop and a wider, the softer ’80s iteration to the ultra thin and sharp ’90s.
- Mirrored lens.
- Lens width: 2 inches.
- Classic and Comfortable design – Aviators provide a classic look that’s always in style and compliments all face shapes and sizes. So, Lenses and frames are perfect for both men and women.
- One size fit most – Multi packs sunglasses are great for 8+ old kids, teens, adult.
- 100％ Ultraviolet protection – Ultraviolet Level 3, strong sunlight, blocks 100% Ultraviolet A/B rays, provide optimum level of optical clarity and complete sun protection.
- PARTY FAVOR SUPPLIES – Multi colors choices perfect for daily use and gifting. Excellent for parties favors, birthday party, corporate giveaway, bachelor party, wedding photo booths, bridal parties, team pride events.
CUSTOMER SERVICE – 100% satisfaction and 30-day money – back guarantee for any reason; However, if there are any problems with the purchase, please feel free to contact us.
Our sunglasses were designed for comfort and style.
Stylle thin but sturdy frames are a retro classic piece. Watch as people check you out with our colored mirrored lenses.
You won’t feel the need to put your sunglasses down, since they are super comfortable to wear. They give your glasses a more secure fit and make wearing them more comfortable.
A Little Background of product:
Aviator style sunglasses intended to be worn under headgear are characterized by dark, sometimes reflective lenses and thin metal alloys, steel or titanium metal frames with double or triple bridge and bayonet earpieces or flexible cable temples that hook more securely behind the ears. Therefore, the large lenses are not flat but slightly convex. So, The design attempts to cover the entire field of vision of the human eye and significantly reduce the amount of transmitted visible light. and therefore, to prevent infrared and ultraviolet radiation from entering the eye from any angle. However, the first aviator style sunglasses contracted by the US military in 1935 were the U.S. Army Air Corps D-1 Sunglasses made by American Optical.