Flying Eyes Optics strive to provide lenses with excellent clarity without sacrificing durability or color accuracy.
Glass tends to be fragile, so we use shatterproof polycarbonate for all of our lenses.
Flying Eyes Optics are proud to be able to offer customers a variety of lens tints to fit their preferences while offering true color
vision to the wearer for maximum efficacy and accuracy. The most rugged, highest quality, and most secure action camera mounting
solutions for adventurers around the world.
Choose your own frame style, Lens color and Available options for a Bifocal lens.
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Aviation101 Talks About Polarization in the Cockpit
Josh of Aviation 101 discusses the drawbacks of polarized lenses in a modern cockpit.
Flying Eyes lenses are all non-polarized by default (with a polarized option available
in our Golden Eagle Sport, Kingfisher, and Hawk Convertible, for those who insist), and
are also tinted a smidge lighter than a normal sunglass lens to make seeing inside a
cockpit easier. By pilots, for pilots.