It will be the only eyewear company at the show.
(Press Release) PARIS -- Flying Eyes Eyewear, a line of Summer Hawk Optics Inc., is attending the Paris Air Show at the Paris–Le Bourget Airport June 19-25. It can be found in the USA Pavilion in section 3-A56 with the State of Texas.
Flying Eyes Eyewear sells in Australia, Canada, China, England, Lithuania, New Zealand, South Africa, Spain and the U.S. Participating in the Paris Air Show is an opportunity to further expand international markets.
"As the only eyewear company at the show," said Mark Stephens, vice president of sales for Flying Eyes, "we will be meeting with selective distributors and retailers, highlighting how Flying Eyes solves a specific problem that most pilots struggle with every day."
Dean Siracusa, pilot and founder of Summer Hawk Optics, designed the eyewear specifically for fellow pilots.
"Typical sunglasses, when worn with noise-attenuating headsets, create noise leaks and pressure headaches," said Siracusa. "The temples of Flying Eyes glasses are micro thin and flexible, which eliminates both issues."
Flying Eyes are made with Resilamide – a polymer primarily used in aerospace – that allows the temples to be flexible, yet maintain rigidity and form.
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