Designed specifically for female pilots, the Aviatrix is crafted from Japanese titanium and features tangle free nose pads. Lightweight and shatterproof, FLT lenses are the first to offer notch filtering in a durable polymer.
Vision Above All
Precision optics designed specifically for aviators. Top-of-the-line lenses feature notch filtering technology for contrast, clarity, and performance that is second to none. Each lens option utilizes special thin-film coating technologies to dial in specific amounts of visible light (VLT) suited to pilot preferences and light levels for typical routes.
FLT lenses by Method Seven are the first to offer notch filtering in lightweight, shatterproof lenses. Constructed from a durable polymer with dual high-quality coatings, FLT lenses are at the cutting edge of aviation optics. Enhanced contrast, impossible clarity, world-class performance: these are not your father's aviators. The FLT 18% (Medium) is a great choice for general and mixed conditions. Though it has a similar VLT to most other avionic sunglasses, notch filtering and world-class protection make this lens superior to others on the market.
Aviatrix is a classically stylish, lightweight and functional frame designed specifically for female pilots. Finished in matte gold, this frame is crafted from Japanese hand-tooled titanium, and is the first to feature tangle-free nose pads that wonít snag long manes. Itís thin enough to be comfortable when coupled with noise canceling headsets and flight helmets, providing unmatched comfort during long hours of flight. The best aviator sunglasses for women!
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