This pair of WW 2 aviation (Or Motorcycle) goggles are marked Willson, USA. Probably made in Reading, Pa. at the Willson plant, or one of the plants w all types of goggles were made. The condition is very good plus condition, excellent for the age. The lens caps screw off for cleaning, and each side has two lenses, the outer lense's are of a hard plastic, and the inner lense's are thick glass, 5/32" thick to be exact. Looking at the first picture in the middle of the goggles, is a metal thumb screw that allows you to detach both sides of the goggles. They also have the original gaskets, both lenses and gaskets are in excellent condition. The frame is made of some sort of Bakelite plastic with metal air screens on each side. The rope or rope design that goes against the face is also in very good condition and is still tight against the frame. Feel free to ask questions. Thanks for viewing my Item.
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