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Pilot Flex Progressive No Line Reading Sunglasses

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These aviator inspired sunglasses feature a contour design suspended on a semi-rimless chassis. Micro-thin spring hinges add to your comfort and value.
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Size and fit

Fits and looks best on faces that are Average in width.

Frames front view
Frame Width 146mm or 5 3/4 inNose Bridge15mm or 5/8 inHorizontial Lens 56mm or 2 1/4 in
Frames side view
Temple Arm 140mm or 5 1/2 inVertical Lens 45mm or 1 7/8 in

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Reviews

Rating of this product is 4.3333 out of 5
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Based on 3 reviews
  • Rating of this product is 5 out of 5
    5
    Anonymous July 25, 2013

    Review Pilot Sunglasses

    Very nicely packagd with holder. These fit my face well. Very happy with purchase. And I rec'd very quick.
  • Rating of this product is 3 out of 5
    3
    Nelson Media, PA June 20, 2013

    PILOT FLEX

    Have worn progressive lens all for last 20 years but these lenses are distorted at the bottom due to the extended aviator style. Like the quality otherwise; do the job of driving and reading inside the car.
  • Rating of this product is 5 out of 5
    5
    Richard Friedman New York City June 15, 2013

    great bargain

    The glasses are excellent quality. Perhaps its just some oddity in the angle of how I view things but the reading correction, which is fine in indoor reading glasses, is one degree too weak.

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