January 2011 Issue
Letters: January 2011
Good job on the research and info to rank this important pilot tool. I took a pair of G-15 frames and after having three pairs in a row of the glass lenses get damaged by my carelessness on the ramp, dropping off my face in 95-degree weather doing a fuel sump, or oil check for pre-flight or something, I went to a custom progressive polycarb prescription lenses, which I also needed to be legal to fly IFR approaches looking at approach plates. They are tops. Plastic is great. Frame size, optics with a green lens color are very good and the true test: I can wear them for my longest trips; 4.5 hours in a Malibu without any temple pain.
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