Skyhook Polarized

Color: Black with Sunburst Polarized Lens

With a sleek look and lightweight design, the Skyhook can be dressed up or taken on an adventure.  Featuring classic Gatorz adjustability, the Skyhook will stay comfortably on your face during any activity.  The thinner frame and full coverage lenses showcase the aviator look, while creating a fit perfect for both men and women.

    Holiday Shipping Schedule

    • Orders purchased after 12/23,12:00 PM PST will ship 12/27-31
    • Shipping will be closed 12/31-1/4
    • Orders purchased during that time will ship 1/5

    Replacement Nosepiece

    Gatorz Features
    Frame Specifications
    Lens Color Guide
    • Lightweight, Durable Aerospace Grade Aluminum
    • Fully Adjustable Frame and Nosepiece
    • Impact Resistant Polycarbonate Lenses
    • Thin Temples; Comfortable Fit Under Helmets and Ear Protection
    • Hassle Free Returns
    • Free Shipping in the US
    • Lifetime Frame Warranty
    • Military, Veteran, and First Responder Discount
    • American Made

    Skyhook Frame Measurements

    A. Hinge to hinge [Frame Width]


    B. Frame Height


    C. Nosepiece Height


    D. Nosepiece width (adjustable)


    E. Temple tip to tip (adjustable)


     Gatorz frames are built from lightweight, durable, aerospace grade aluminum.  The frame and nosepiece are fully adjustable, ensuring a comfortable and secure fit.  Watch the video above for instructions on how to adjust your Gatorz. 

    Please note, adjustments to the frame may cause temple tips to contact the lens.  Be sure to store your eyewear in a protective, microfiber pouch in a way that eliminates temple to lens contact to avoid scratches.



    VLT: 12%

    Heightens true color perception, minimizes glare (especially on the water), reduces eye fatigue;
    Uses: Hiking, jogging, driving, outdoor sports, everyday use


    VLT: 92%

    Heightens contrast in partly cloudy and sunny conditions.
    Uses: Cycling, fishing, hunting, shooting, skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, water sports.


    VLT: 16%

    Heightens contrast in partly cloudy and sunny conditions.
    Uses: Cycling, fishing, hunting, shooting, skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, water sports.


    VLT: 14%

    Blocks high amounts of blue light to heighten contrast and visual acuity. Particularly useful to improve contrast on grass and against blue skies.
    Uses: Winter sports, mountain environments, outdoor activities, on the water.

    OPz Optomized Polarized

    VLT: 16%

    This versatile lens provides the glare reduction of polarized lenses without restricted view of digital screens. See clearly when looking at: digital altimeters, computer screens, police mobile computers, motorcycle windshields, and older phones and smart watches.

    Inferno Photochromic

    VLT: 85% (Clear) to 15% (Dark)

    When used indoors, the inferno lens provides clear eye protection. When exposed to UV light, the tint of the lens automatically darkens. This popular lens keeps your eyes protected in changing environments or weather. This functional offering is a favorite for its versatility both on the job and for personal use. VLT ranges from 85% (Clear) to 15% (Dark) across an approximate 60 second transition time.



    Frame Adjustment

    Temple Adjustment


    Frame Adjustment

    Tighten the Fit
    If your frame feels too wide, begin to bend the frame in small increments. Face the lens towards your chest, and place your thumbs on the edge of where the lens meets the bend in the frame. Firmly but gently, make small pulses to adjust the frame inward. Try them on, and continue to adjust as needed.

    Loosen the Fit
    If the frame feels too tight, again face the lens towards your chest, with your thumbs at the edge of the lens, and pull gently outward in small movements.

    Temple Adjustment

    Loosen the Fit
    After wearing your Gatorz for a few hours, you will notice if the temples are providing a comfortable fit. If they are placing pressure on your head, hold firmly at the base of the temple and pull the end outwards with repetitive pulses. After adjusting both sides, try them on and determine if you need to make any more adjustments. You may need to wear them for several hours to determine if you’ve found the right fit.

    Tighten the Fit
    If the template feel too loose, place your hands as you would for a temple adjustment and pulse the end inwards until you feel you’ve reached the right placement. Try them on and wear them to determine if any further adjustments are needed.


    Raise Glasses Closer to your Face
    If you feel like they’re sliding down too easily, pinch the nosepiece closer together. When making any adjustments to the glasses, we recommend making small changes, rather than big adjustments. This will help you move easily into the right fit without overdoing it.

    Separate Glasses from your Face
    Start by placing the glasses on your face. If they’re sitting too close to your eyes, pull the nosepiece away from the frame. Keep in mind, most Gatorz offer a wrap style fit, so they may take a little getting used to.