AUSTIN, Texas — Flying Eyes Sunglasses have been updated with a 1 mm set of temples, along with the standard temples and strap system.
These new temples make Flying Eyes easier to wear under a headset, as well as helmets used by cyclists, racing pit crews and equestrians. Additionally, Flying Eyes now have an updated release mechanism that makes it easier to switch between the options, company officials said.
Additional features include:
- Optically-correct, distortion-free, polycarbonate lenses that are shatter and scratch resistant;
- Lenses are available with or without polarization. Neutral gray tint allows viewing of the entire visible color spectrum while still offering UV400 sun protection;
- Full prescription lenses available, as well as non-prescription bifocal lenses.
Flying Eyes sunglasses include a Resilamide frame made from advanced polymers. They’re up to 20% lighter than other plastics, company officials note.
Flying Eyes can be found in many optical and specialty stores as well as online.