American Optical (AO) - Saratoga Brown Demi
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HOW TO FIND YOUR BOOT SIZE
There is no “normal size”, because there are no “normal feet”. Feet in general are either narrow or wide and are all three-dimensional. Shoes, however, are normally produced only in different lengths, because consumers nowadays demand many colorways and designs, rather than varying fits.
In the 1960’s many shoemakers produced a far smaller number of shoes and then produced them in several widths (example: B, D, E, EE etc). Note: Width is not to be confused with a slimmer shoe silhouette.
Do notice that US producers convert US sizes to EU sizes differently, so it can be a help to focus on CM (centimeters) or USA (US).
Sneakers often have a slimmer silhouette than boots, so many will go down half a size from their sneaker size to their boot size.
Narrow and normal width (D):
All boots, shoes and sneakers.
Wide width (EE):
Red Wing 8111EE or 875EE and all Danner boots, as they are all in width EE.
This document only serves as a general guideline. If possible, stop by and try your new boots on. If not possible, drop us an email at email@example.com
One of the most classic and enduring sunglass styles of all time, the Saratoga hasn't been produced in decades. Now it's back and better than ever, made by American craftsmen using the finest global components.
Among many, it was JFK's favorite sunglasses !
Size : 52-19-145 mm
Frame Color : Brown Demi
Temple Style : Standard
Lens Type : Nylon - AOLite™
Lens Color : Gray - True Color™ Gray
100% UV Protection (Lens Filter Categorie 3)
Conform to CE norms
Sold with case and microfiber cloth
AOLite™ is crafted from high-quality nylon for a lightweight, impact-resistant lens that offers increased comfort without sacrificing on optics.
Gray sun lenses recudes eye fatigue in bright light conditions and are the color of choice for many pilots. True Color™ Gray is chromatically tuned to optimize optics.
100% UVA/UVB Protection
Anti-reflective backside coating
Oleophobic smudge-resistant coating
Scratch-resistant material and hardcoat
Lightweight for comfort
The AO heritage began in 1826, when William Beecher, a Connecticut farm boy, came to Southbridge, after an apprenticeship in Providence, Rhode Island, where he learned the jeweler's trade. This trade he practiced in Southbridge for seven years before his fateful encounter with a pair of typically crude imported spectacles.
"I can do it better," said William Beecher to himself and then he went to work.
The American optical industry was born at that moment. William Beecher fostered an enduring precept for the company that was to grow into the American Optical Company.