Is there anybody cooler than Bradley Cooper? Oh, Clint Eastwood, you say? Yeah, maybe. So when the two coolest men in America teamed up to make a movie about the actual coolest men in America – you know, our troops – which brand of protective eyewear did they choose to use? That’s right, Wiley X, the coolest brand of glasses in America.
Wiley X glasses will be showing up all over the new movie American Sniper, which is directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Bradley Cooper, which will be in theaters this coming winter. But you don’t even have to wait until the movie hits theaters to see them on Bradley Cooper’s multimillion-dollar melon, the glasses are featured in the movie’s trailer, prominently displayed on the top of Bradley’s head at the beginning. The model he has on is called “the Saint” in color CHSAI04.
You can get the Wiley X brand glasses right now at Working Person’s Store, along with many others. Whether it is for work, play, or style, Wiley X is the leading provider of protective eyewear and ballistic products for the U.S. military, outdoor sports enthusiasts, and many others. The company makes great sunglasses, safety glasses, and goggles, for tactical, motorcycle, outdoors, racing, safety and more, even if you want them in your prescription. You will be giving your eyes the defense they need while still looking good.
Wiley X uses shatterproof lenses that have been tested to withstand massive amounts of trauma without failing and other advanced technologies to give a tactical edge to soldiers and hunters who trust their eyesight to Wiley X. Photochromic lenses are available in some options, a great technology that allows lenses to change shading based on the conditions. Soldiers especially appreciate this feature, as they move from indoors to outdoors and can’t be swapping out lenses or sunglasses while in the field. They need proper eye protection at all times while still being able to see.
So, with all this in mind, of course these are the glasses Bradley Cooper and Clint Eastwood chose for the movie. And whether your eyes are looking through a scope, or at the big screen to watch American Sniper, they’ll be protected. Might want to take them off during the film, though. Maybe put them on top of your head, just like Brad.