Roka's sport-ready aviators are now even more affordable

The aviators use a durable new alloy.
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Roka Rio Aviator

One of the finest aviators released in the last couple of years was Roka's titanium-framed models. The frames have now been released in new version that's constructed out of a lightweight and durable alloy that has also brought the price down quite a bit. The frames are available in multiple sizes and shapes with mirror lens tints and polarized lens tints from Carll Zeiss' Ultra line. They also feature hydrophobic and oleophobic lens coatings and their GEKO proprietary elastomer that keeps the frame secure and situated on your face with grippy nose pads and ear pads. 

$160-$200, roka.com

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