SKY mineral glass lenses define the pinnacle of contrast and clarity. The SKY9™ has a VLT of 9%, making it one of the darkest lenses on the market and suitable for extremely bright conditions.
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.
SKY lenses are Method Seven’s original top-of-the-line pilot lenses, crafted from German glass with powerful notch filtering. SKY technology combines eleven rare earth elements including neodymium, molecularly bonded within a crystalline lens. Thirteen proprietary coatings block harmful UV and infrared heat while providing unmatched color and clarity. Look no further for the absolute best in lens performance.
The SKY9™ (Darkest) has a VLT of 9%, making it one of the darkest lenses on the market. This lens is uniquely suited for extremely bright conditions with high heat and sun energy.
The Patriot is Method Seven's newest stealth performance frame, designed specifically for The Patriots Jet Team. Titanium alloy construction features Japanese hand tooling and seamlessly conforms to your face. Lightweight, strong, and flexible, the Patriot is headset and flight helmet compatible, offering exceptional peripheral vision in a sleek wraparound design.
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