Aviator sunglasses usually bring us thoughts of the summer, sitting in the sun, maybe on a beach or boat, enjoying the warm breeze and soaking in the rays. But the truth is, sunglasses are needed all year round, especially in the winter where fresh snow reflects up to 80 percent of sunlight. Thus, our favorite iconic silhouette is a perennial necessity, and today we present to you our most popular sunglasses in the aviator style to help you select the perfect frame for 2013!

Mosley Tribes Aviatrix Sunglasses

Mosley Tribes Aviatrix sunglasses are a favorite for their interesting appearance – a more rectangular version of the aviator frame featuring beautiful blue sapphire gradient lenses set in silver. Gray silicone over the ears makes this style totally comfortable.

MYKITA Franz sunglasses

Emerald may be Pantone’s color of the year, but cobalt is a seriously close second for us. You’ll see this bold blue all over the place throughout the spring and summer, so why not add a major pop of color to your wardrobe with MYKITA Franz sunglasses? This super modern aviator features screw-less hinge technology and mirror lenses for a fashion-forward look.

Maui Jim Pilot aviator sunglasses

Maui Jim Pilot aviator sunglasses are one of our most popular models in this style, thanks to its simple silver, straight-bridged frame and neutral gray polarized lenses. We love the subtle signature logo that appears on the temples, too. Chic and casual is the way to go for the perfect year-round shades.

Ray Ban Large Metal Aviator 3025 sunglasses

You knew this was coming – the quintessential aviator, the iconic Ray Ban 3025 sunglasses, remains our number one most popular aviator style. Available in multiple colors and lens choices, there is always a way to fit the Large Metal Aviator into your wardrobe. The above gold and green combo is a classic, and for those who need a more petite version, there are Ray Ban Aviator Small 3044 sunglasses.

 

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