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It was important that they spend the daylight period to hunt and gather food for the coming long, dark winter, so protecting their eyes and making it easier to see their prey was essential.
I can imagine an Inuit wife getting frustrated at her husband complaining about red, sore eyes and being tired after hunting and gathering all day long and telling her husband to “fix it”! Well, using what was available an early Inuit sliced a cross section of a walrus tusk, flattened it and then made slits in the material. The earliest form of aviator sunglasses were made by the American Optical Company (c.
In the 1960s American Optical introduced the current rectangular shape (sometimes called “Navigators”) commonly worn by military pilots.
To get to the start we need to go way back in history to the early days when Inuit peoples were hunter/gatherers in the northern part of the North America Continent.
The number of new aircraft and aircraft improvements exploded during this time period, and the lure of flying captchured the imagination of the public.
These early pilots quickly discovered how difficult it was to see other aircraft when flying, oil flew back into their eyes from the engines and their eyes were red and sore after each exhausting flight.
During this period they were worn by numerous flying, driving and motorcycling aces including D’Annunzio, De Pinedo, Ferrarin, Chiron, Nazzaro, Fangio, Opessi, Bolognini and Ghersi to name but a few of their most famous users.
As the popularity of the Protector aviator glasses grew Ratti formed Persol which remains to this day as an Italian luxury eyewear company.