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Flying Eyes Sunglasses: Your ears will thank you

Revolutionary, patented, convertible sunglasses for all your adventures with a headset or helmet!

Sometimes you need to wear a headset or helmet at work or at play. If you also wear sunglasses, you know the pain from the temples digging in under the pressure of your headgear. No one needs those dents in the sides of their head. We have the answer: Flying Eyes Sunglasses. Revolutionary sunglasses with multiple, interchangeable sides that are comfortable with…well, whatever else you’re wearing on your head!

Flying Eyes features

Patented comfort

Flying Eyes Sunglasses are designed to be worn with a headset or helmet.
Unlike all other sunglasses, the soft, thin, non-elastic strap on Flying Eyes is unnoticeable between your head and your headgear so there is no pressure or pain, even after a long day of use. The design is so unique and so comfortable, we were recently granted a patent for it.


Standard temples are included with your glasses to swap with the strap. Remove the strap, snap in the regular temples, wear them all day. Swap the regular temples for our new micro-thin temples when you wear a helmet. Flying Eyes are ideal in the cockpit or while riding a motorcycle, but are also stylish enough to wear anywhere else. Made of lightweight, unbreakable Resilamide, the frames can survive any adventure you have.

Shatterproof and scratch resistant

We’ve used the best polycarbonate lenses available, which means they are shatterproof for safety and decentered (optically correct — no distortion anywhere!) for crystal clear vision. The lenses are coated to help resist scratches so you can comfortably use these glasses professionally on a daily basis and still get many years of use.

If your vision requires a prescription, we’re happy to say that Flying Eyes can be made in your prescription!

See what our customers have to say:

Aircraft Spruce

“The included standard temples make them great outside-the-cockpit glasses, too!”


Pia Bergqvist

Pilot and Editor, Flying Magazine

“The design features a strap made of soft, flexible webbing, which fits unnoticeably underneath an aviation headset and doesn’t appear to disturb noise cancellation. The strap is also easily adjustable to keep the glasses in position.”


Todd McClamroch

Pilot and Editor of MyFlightBlog

“Flying Eyes sunglasses are perfect for the cockpit. They are non-polarized lenses with UV400 sun protection and medium lens density that protect your eyes and ensure you can use your in-cockpit gadgets like the iPad and Glass panels with ease.”


Ron Rapp

Aerobatic Pilot, Flight Instructor, and Gulfstream 450 Captain

“I like the way the rubber nose piece is molded into the frame. This provides a wide bridge to distribute the weight of the already lightweight glasses.”