Goggles are a staple in steampunk, and they’re great for protecting your eyes from harmful rays. Firefighters, scientists, construction workers and air pilots all often wear them as part of their everyday safety gear.
steampunk goggles on head can be customized with extra lenses to make them even more unique! You can also add other iconography to them.
Victorian Compass Goggles
Whether you’re cosplaying, LARPing, raving or attending a steampunk-themed party, Victorian Compass Goggles are an essential piece of any outfit. Featuring double magnifying eye loupes and a compass rose design on either side, these handmade glasses by UMBRELLALABORATORY will add the perfect finishing touch to any ensemble!
These welder-style steampunk goggles have an adjustable elastic head strap to ensure a secure fit and can be used for parties, conventions, theater plays and photo shoots. They’re made from sturdy plastic & PVC and will keep you looking stylishly well-equipped.
They’re available in black, bronze and copper coatings, making them the perfect addition to steampunk or dieselpunk costumes. The antique silver model is also ideal for cyberpunk and other themes.
These Victorian compass goggles are made from high-quality hardened plastic coated to resemble vintage bronze and can be worn for a variety of steampunk, cyberpunk, dieselpunk, or even pirate parties, raves or theatrical plays. They feature an adjustable elastic head strap to make them comfortable and secure for hours of wear.
Crystal Prism Goggles
Crystal Prism Goggles are a unique pair of goggles that make you look like a steampunk inventor or mechanic. They are handmade in the USA and come with a double loupe lens that gives you a lot of vision over one eye.
They are perfect for a cosplay, costume, rave, convention or even as a photo prop. They are also a must have for any Steampunk fan.
NGSS: Students can use the Prism Glasses to investigate how light travels through various materials, including a prism. They can also develop and use a model to explain how waves interact with matter.
Custom manufacturer of precision optical prisms, cubes and assemblies for beam steering and displacement, range finding, variable focusing and back reflection applications. Capabilities include laser cutting, shaping, counterboring, drilling and coring in +/-0.01 mm thickness tolerance.
They work with a variety of materials, such as color filter glasses, crystals, fused silica, low and high index glasses, calcium fluoride, magnesium fluoride, silicon, Germanium, sapphire, and zinc sulfide. They offer prototype and low to high volume production runs.
Steampunk Aviator Goggles
Whether you’re an engineer, a sky pirate or just a mad scientist, a pair of steampunk goggles is a must have in any steamsona costume! These aviator style glasses are modeled after WWII fighter pilot goggles and come with clear lenses. They’re padded with soft black interior material and feature a chrome frame that is comfortable to wear. They are also great for keeping your eyes protected from the sun and rain, which is often part of a steampunk costume.
These goggles are perfect for Halloween, Burning Man, and other steampunk events! They are also a great way to dress up for a party or cosplay event. They will give you that vintage industrial look, and they come in a variety of colors! You’ll love adding these goggles to your costume for a truly unique look that will turn heads at your next event. You’ll feel like a hero, and everyone will want to know where you got those cool goggles!
Steampunk Pilot Goggles
Steampunk enthusiasts often wear goggles as part of their costume. These glasses are great for keeping the wind out of an airship, protecting an engineer’s eyes from dangerous sparks and chemicals, and even reducing the risk of a fire in the boiler room.
These aviator goggles are based on WWII fighter pilot goggles and feature a chrome frame, soft black interior padding, and a clear lens. They look cool enough to wear by themselves and are a great finishing touch to any Steampunk costume.
These are an old time classic that kids have been going crazy for and the Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr, had a hand in making it a trend once again. You can customize your look by wearing these glasses over your head, as a hair band, around your neck or on the brim of your top hat. They are a great addition to any Halloween costume, Burning Man costume or mad scientist costume.