Description:We are looking for sunglasses that have the design heavily influenced by Pit Vipers 2000s model. We expect these glasses to be worn by competitive marksmen and sharp shooters.
We would like to heavily borrow inspiration from the design as we are looking for flashy retro ballistic sun glasses. Our company is called Hawk Eyes
Wants:Hawk Eyes is the name of our company, we are looking for glasses that are retro (or patriotic) and flashy, something the 2nd amendment community could really get behind.
For reference these are something we would like our glasses to look similar to
Glasses must be able to meet ANSI z87.1 standards.
We would like a model/ 3D CAD files so we can start the prototyping process ASAP.
Don't Wants:Boring basic sunglasses. Flimsy. Break Easy.
#76 Hawk Eyes glasses model 5.3 by KND_design
#6 Concept 1 of vipers by KND_design
- SolidWorks 2017 — concept glasses 1 assembly
- SolidWorks 2017 — concept glasses part 1
- SolidWorks 2017 — concept glasses 1 part 2
- SolidWorks 2017 — concept glasses 1 part 3
- SolidWorks 2017 — concept glasses 1 part 4
- SolidWorks 2017 — concept glasses 1 part 5
- SolidWorks 2017 — concept glasses 1 part 6
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — classic concept black side
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — classic concept black front
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — concept glasses top
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — white concept iso
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — orange concept front
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — white concept front
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — concept glasses shade 5
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — concept glasses shade 3
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — white concept iso
#7 Concept 1/2 of vipers by KND_design
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — retro concept 1 cyan iso
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — retro concept 1 cyan front
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — retro concept 1 cyan side
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — retro concept 1 cyan back
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — retro concept 1 orange front
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — retro concept 1 orange side
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — retro concept 1 orange back
#8 Ballistic glasses ,friendly version v01 by walxo
#21 Hawk Eyes glasses model 2 by KND_design
- SolidWorks 2017 — hawk eyes model 2 assembly
- SolidWorks 2017 — hawk eyes model 2 part 1
- SolidWorks 2017 — hawk eyes model 2 part 2
- SolidWorks 2017 — hawk eyes model 2 part 3
- SolidWorks 2017 — hawk eyes model 2 part 4 left
- SolidWorks 2017 — hawk eyes model 2 part 4 right
- SolidWorks 2017 — hawk eyes model 2 part 5 left
- SolidWorks 2017 — hawk eyes model 2 part 5 right
- SolidWorks 2017 — hawk eyes model 2 part 6 left
- SolidWorks 2017 — hawk eyes model 2 part 6 right
- SolidWorks 2017 — hawk eyes model 2 part 7
- SolidWorks 2017 — hawk eyes model 2 part 8
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — model 2 shade1 iso
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — model 2 shade1 side
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — model 2 shade1 front
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — model 2 shade1 top
- Luxion KeyShot 9 — model 2 shade1 close up
#39 1st 3D Model Hawk Eyes Glasses by Chaniago
#41 The ballistic friendly version of Pit Vipers Model1 by Hamed1
- Luxion KeyShot — Hawkeyes.438
- Luxion KeyShot — Hawkeyes.439
- Luxion KeyShot — Hawkeyes.440
- Luxion KeyShot — Hawkeyes.441
- Luxion KeyShot — Hawkeyes.442
- Luxion KeyShot — Hawkeyes.443
- Luxion KeyShot — Hawkeyes.444
- Luxion KeyShot — Hawkeyes.445
- Luxion KeyShot — Hawkeyes.446
- Luxion KeyShot — GettyImages3
- STL Modeling — Hawkeyes
#46 #27redesign by walxo
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