Adventure Sunglasses: Revant Optics

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Revant Optics is disrupting the eyewear industry once again. The first time around it was creating replacement lenses for your favorite glasses. This time they are rethinking the sunglass all together. I got to test these new shades out in Sedona, AZ a few weeks ago. I can assure you they don’t disappoint!

I’ve tried a bunch of different sunglasses from the top manufacturers over the years, and I’ve never been as impressed as I am with these new offerings from Revant. Check out all the details and get in early on the Kickstarter for some great pricing on these quality new shades.

You can read my full story about the iconic White Line Mtn Bike Trail in Sedona and my review of the new Revant Optics Sunglasses HERE.
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PS: This is not a paid or sponsored post. I just got early access to these products and am really stoked on the design philosophy, for performance, longevity and the environment. I have other top manufacturer sunglasses, but these just seem to be better.
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Peneumbra2

Badger Wrangler
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There are lots of terrific sunglasses out there (although the prices on the good ones seem to go up every year, but what else is new?)
I use Ray-Ban Shooters (62 mm) in the standard G15 gray-green lens color. They're not polarized, which is a plus for me: when I'm out searching for some lost assh--- excuse me, visitor - I need to be able to see a flash from a mirror or some other object that the search subject will possibly (hopefully) be waving around to attract attention.

Professional pilots generally are advised not to wear polarized glasses while flying, for the same reason: you want to see something that's sending back a visual signature in hopes of maybe avoiding it. A lot of pilots like the Russell sunglasses, also in that G15 color.
 
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There are lots of terrific sunglasses out there (although the prices on the good ones seem to go up every year, but what else is new?)
I use Ray-Ban Shooters (62 mm) in the standard G15 gray-green lens color. They're not polarized, which is a plus for me: when I'm out searching for some lost assh--- excuse me, visitor - I need to be able to see a flash from a mirror or some other object that the search subject will possibly (hopefully) be waving around to attract attention.

Professional pilots generally are advised not to wear polarized glasses while flying, for the same reason: you want to see something that's sending back a visual signature in hopes of maybe avoiding it. A lot of pilots like the Russell sunglasses, also in that G15 color.

Russells or Randolphs?
 

Hilldweller

SE Expedition Society
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There are lots of terrific sunglasses out there (although the prices on the good ones seem to go up every year, but what else is new?)
I use Ray-Ban Shooters (62 mm) in the standard G15 gray-green lens color. They're not polarized, which is a plus for me: when I'm out searching for some lost assh--- excuse me, visitor - I need to be able to see a flash from a mirror or some other object that the search subject will possibly (hopefully) be waving around to attract attention.

Professional pilots generally are advised not to wear polarized glasses while flying, for the same reason: you want to see something that's sending back a visual signature in hopes of maybe avoiding it. A lot of pilots like the Russell sunglasses, also in that G15 color.
I have Serengeti Velocity Pilots. https://www.amazon.com/Serengeti-Ve...id=1526147540&sr=8-7&keywords=serengeti+pilot