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Pilot Glasses

Pilot glasses are the right match for you if you already love the way you look in pilot sunglasses!

 

You’ll find a range of prescription pilot eyeglasses to fit your every eye need with the option to upgrade the lenses with quality lens coatings. Trust us, your work-from-home look will never be the same after you try blue-light glasses with pilot frames.

 

So, let’s explore pilot glasses and how you can rock them!

 

What are pilot eyeglasses?

You can wear pilot style glasses as sunglasses or eyeglasses with any single vision or multifocal prescription. 

 

And no, they aren’t just for pilots. Anyone can wear pilot eyeglasses. Although pilot or aviator sunglasses were first used to help pilots while flying, the glasses frame has become a sensation among the public. 

 

The glasses have a tear-drop frame shape that provides full eye coverage and does not heavily weigh on your face. They feature a wider upper part that becomes more narrow as it reaches the bottom of the frame. 

 

As time flies by, pilot glasses have been modernized and re-invented with new shape designs. Some pilot eyeglasses have a more round or square shape with bolder frames. Some brands, such as Carrerra eyeglasses, mix and match plastic and metal to change up the classic pilot frame look. 

 

Did you know there’s only one difference between pilot eyeglasses and aviator eyewear? 

 

Are pilot and aviator glasses the same?

Well, if you haven’t guessed it yet, the main difference between aviator and pilot glasses is essentially the name. 

 

Both frames feature the tear-drop shape and can be found as either sunglasses or eyeglasses. Some brands refer to aviator sunglasses as pilot sunglasses since the term aviator is exclusive to Ray-Ban. 

 

It is no surprise that today when referring to aviators, we immediately think of Ray-Ban as the go-to brand for the style. 

 

Despite the brand, both pilot and aviator glasses offer a range of trendy and new designs with a variety of colours and lenses. You will feel spoiled with choices. 

 

Now that you know what pilot glasses are and how they are similar to aviators, let’s explore how they can suit you! 

 

Who suits the pilot glasses frame?

Let’s start by saying that pilot glasses are great for men, women, and children. You can find a range of subtle or bold pilot frames to suit any look and style. 

 

This is also a win because pilot frames suit many face shapes. You can find pilot eyeglasses in different frame styles! Whether they are more round or square, you’re bound to fit the perfect pair. The classic tear-drop shape best suits a more angular face to create contrast with the facial features. With a rounder face shape, a pair of pilot square frames will help break the roundness of the face and make it appear smoother. 

 

If you need a little more convincing, you can use our Virtual Try-On tool to try on a new pair of pilot glasses from the countless options available at SmartBuyGlasses.