Method Seven has Created What They Feel are the Best Aviator Sunglasses for Women
Method Seven is a popular specialty optics company known for progressive design. The Santa Cruz-based company produces sunglasses for pilots and growers. Recognizing that there are more female pilots taking to the skies than ever before, Method Seven has designed specialty sunglasses for female pilots, the ‘Aviatrix SKY Sunglasses’.
“We are definitely an innovator when it comes to specialty eyewear as opposed to a company that plays follow the leader,” says James Cox, CEO of Method Seven. “For us, anything less than being a trendsetter is simply unacceptable. We strongly feel our innovative nature is what has led us to have great success in our niche eyewear markets. Our Aviatrix SKY Sunglasses are a product that looks to continue this trend. The female pilots that I have talked to that have purchased them, feel they are the best aviator sunglasses for women that are available.”
Cox went on to describe why the lightweight Aviatrix SKY Sunglasses have become so popular. According to Cox, Method Seven’s collaborative group of scientists, engineers, and problem-solvers are doing amazing things with frame and lens designs. The new female aviator glasses, like all of Method Seven’s eyewear, combine the latest and best in German, Italian, and Japanese engineering with American innovation. Aviatrix SKY Sunglasses include a Japanese titanium frame with comfortable tangle-free nose pads. The lenses on the Aviatrix SKY Sunglasses are crafted from high-quality mineral glass and feature notch filtering technology which enhances clarity, contrast, and performance. Cox says he was absolutely blown away by the Aviatrix SKY Sunglasses when he saw the finished product for the first time.
Another popular model of Method Seven’s aviation glasses is the Ascent Aviator FLT Prescription Sunglasses. These are very similar to the standard Ascent Aviator sunglasses, with the benefit of advanced prescription lenses. They are offered with three choices of prescription lenses, including single vision, progressive, and bifocal lens options. The lenses on these glasses feature dual high-quality polymer coatings, but what Cox says makes them really special is their advanced notch filtering technology—or as he likes to call it, “noise-canceling technology for the eyes.” Just like the Aviatrix SKY Sunglasses, the Ascent Aviator FLT Prescription Sunglasses come with a lightweight titanium alloy frame. Tapered and flexible temple pieces conform to the shape of the head for a snug fit.
In addition to their extensive collection of eyewear for pilots, Method Seven also offers a wide variety of specialty optics for those that work in grow rooms. According to Cox, a grow room is the kind of place where “traditional eyewear just doesn’t cut it.” Grower’s glasses offer protection under the harmful light that different types of grow rooms subject workers to. Popular models in the Method Seven grow collection include full-spectrum LED glasses, blurple LED glasses, and metal halide grow glasses.
All of their specialty optics come with free shipping and returns, a 30-day return policy, and are backed by a manufacturer warranty and a ‘forever policy.’ Those that are interested in grower or pilot sunglasses can get more information on these specialty optics by visiting Method Seven’s website.
For more information about Method Seven, contact the company here:
1010 Fair Ave suite K, Santa Cruz, CA 95060