Tom Cruise's Top Gun Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses / $163
Director Tony Scott wanted the original Top Gun to be as realistic as possible, so he worked with the U.S. Navy to film real jets doing real things in the air. It was only right, then, that leading man Tom Cruise wore authentic pilot sunglasses. Created for U.S. aviators in 1937, the Aviator Classic has stood the test of time, seeing a massive boost in popularity with the release of both the original film and this year's sequel, Top Gun: Maverick. Made with polished gold-finished metal frames, they have Green Classic G-15 lenses, and clear temple tips. They arrive in a snap-closure carrying case with a cleaning cloth for giving them that camera-ready shine.
Lens Height: 50.1 mm / Bridge Width: 14 mm / Temple Length: 135 mm