Days Are Also

December 26th, 2016

Mile high Sunglasses: The evolution of Aviator sunglasses, there are bright and cloudy days. Especially Flash or even foggy days. And these varying weather conditions require actually fundamentally different Sunglasses: intense light conditions it can be hardly strong enough toned, to reduce the glare of the Sun in hazy weather conditions in turn should strengthen contrasts and not darken the poor visibility. Mile high sunglasses offer a way out of this predicament, as they are available at Siebert aviation requirements (www.siebert.aero). These are specially designed for the requirements of aviation, although they visually clearly differ from the usual Aviator glasses: the glasses are bent and therefore also provide protection from lateral incidence of light. The frame is made of lightweight polycarbonate and highest ergonomic requirements. Four different tones with a few changed the highlight however is the choice of four different glasses, depending on the light ratio with a few simple steps can be replaced: because why should pilots already when buying a pair of glasses set up on certain weather conditions, which can still suddenly change on the day of departure? Mile high sunglasses offer all options: dark grey, light grey, red and even yellow glasses are available. It is less about personal appearance, as to the best possible perspective however: yellow glasses appear on hazy days, for example, light-enhancing.

All glasses are of course splinter-proof and offer 100% UV protection. Siebert aviation supplies convinced pilots and Luftfahrtbegeisterte for around fifty years with convincing quality products at the best value for money. Mile high sunglasses here already there for 58. Contact for inquiries: Siebert aviation supplies GmbH’s route 40 D-48159 Munster phone: + 49-251-92459-3 fax: + 49-251-92459-59 E-Mail: press contact: QvorQ GmbH & co. KG on the high way 10 27313 Dorverden Tel.: + 49 (0) 4234 94136 fax: + 49 (0) 4234 94137 E-Mail: Web:

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