If you haven't flown with Serengetis, you owe it to yourself to do so. They’re the most scientifically advanced sunglasses in the world and simply outstanding on land, sea and in the air. The famous Drivers lens slashes glare, enhances contrast and reduces eye fatigue. These advanced lenses filter “blue” light to reduce blurring and minimize the effects of haze and glare and far exceed ANSI sunglass standards by blocking 100% of UVB and 99% of UVA rays.
Classic style, and a required piece of equipment for many pilots are their sunglasses. The Medium Aviator Sunglasses from Serengeti provide excellent protection from the elements while maintaining the traditional aviator look.
Base Curve: 6 Rx
Temple Length: 140mm
Lens Size: 59 x 52 x 67mm, dbl 13mm
Frame Features: Spring Hinges, Adjustable Nose Pads and Henna color
Why we don't sell polarized sunglasses
Many sunglasses today are polarized, meaning they use an optical filter to reduce glare. While this is fine for fishing or driving, it's a bad idea for pilots. That's because many cockpit instruments and glass panels have polarized faces, and polarized sunglasses will render these unreadable. In addition, the iPad screen will be blacked out in portrait orientation when wearing polarized sunglasses. Sporty's sells a wide variety of high quality sunglasses that do an excellent job of reducing glare--but without polarization.
The materials used in this product contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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