M7 SKY, the first scientifically researched and developed flight glasses for pilots and the greatest advance in aviation eyewear since 1936.
We custom design our lens coatings and both our Altitude and Ascent frames offer three unique VLT options which uniquely covers the full range of normal to extreme conditions of high altitude flying.
Made from high-temperature injected plastics in a base 8 wrap design for optimal peripheral eye protection, coupled with thin titanium temple pieces.
A tribute to the classic aviator design, hand-tooled, and serial numbered Japanese titanium featuring temple pieces that are light, strong, and seamlessly conform to your head.
BIFOCAL / RX
Method Seven proudly introduces the SKY 24 RX prescription lens for pilots. Advanced notch filtering technology custom crafted to meet your Bifocal, Single Vision and Progressive prescriptions.
A BETTER Lens
Sky technology combines eleven elements molecularly bonded within a German crystalline lens, including rare-earth neodymium. Thirteen proprietary coatings are applied to the lens to block all harmful UV, absorb infrared heat and provide balanced color and clarity.
Pioneering design ThaT CHANGES HOW YOU VIEW THE WORLD
Enhance contrast whether you’re looking into cloud formations or reading your instruments
Our proprietary coatings eliminate glare, balance color, and improve clarity
Hand-tooled Japanese Titanium frame for headset and oxygen mask compatibility
Blocks infrared heat energy, keeping your eyes cool and focused on long flights
DESIGNED FOR PILOTS & AVIATION
The SKY Lens delivers balanced flight-deck color and best-in-class peripheral vision which is essential for great landings.
available in three levels of attenuation called VLT (Visual Light Transmission); serves specific aircraft, flying routes, and pilot preferences.
VARIABLE LIGHT TRANSMISSION
The amount of light that reaches your eyes through your lenses is called Visible Light Transmission (VLT). When deciding which kind of lenses to purchase, a good place to start is with the VLT. The higher the percentage of VLT, the lighter the lens tint, and therefore, the more light the lens will let through to the eye. Alternatively, lenses with a lower VLT percentage will have a darker tint and will block more light from coming through to the eye.
SKY 9 LENS (Darkest)
Our darkest offering, transmitting 9% VLT of available light and yet your flight deck can still be rendered in sharp detail. Perfect for flying west, chasing the sun or in very exposed cockpits
SKY 18 LENS (Medium)
The SKY 18 Lens transmits 18% VLT of available light and is a great choice for general and mixed conditions
SKY 30 LENS (Lightest)
Lets in lots of light, but still protects and takes the edge off. Perfect for pilots whose eyes require more light or for darker cockpits; even for pilots who typically don’t wear or frequently take off their sunglasses during flight. SKY 30 can stay on all day, in all conditions, even on the jetway