HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF. – Aviation trade shows are flooded with sunglass manufacturers and dealers, all saying that they are the best! Whether it is Ray Ban, Bausch & Lomb, or Scheyden Precision Eyewear, you get what you pay for. Pay more, and the frames and optics are better. Pay less, and be prepared to replace them.
Scheyden has come out with a number of models. The company has recently debuted its Albatross and Mustang models.
Co-designed by company founder Jeff Herold and renowned eyewear industry veteran Patrick Hussey, the Albatross and Mustang styles ($299 to $349) provide the ultimate in optical clarity and comfort. Albatross’ aviator-like frames are ideal for nearly every face type, while the Mustang’s navigator style better suits a medium to large fit.
Constructed with the finest components, Albatross and Mustang feature an ultra-lightweight titanium frame front and temples for complete comfort, even when worn with a hat, headphones or headset. Strategically placed acetate serves the dual purpose of providing an attractive look and eliminating incoming sidelight.
Created using Scheyden’s technically-advanced multi-layer process, the full-coverage frames can be fitted with either glass or CR-39 lenses. Hand-ground and polished, the distortion-free lenses feature a hydrophobic coating to repel water and perspiration.
Aerobatic performers and members of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds wear Scheyden eyewear.
To order, go to www.scheyden.com or call 800.851.2758.