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Oregon Aero® SoftSeat® Portable Cushions give you maximum­ comfort seating just about anywhere: your rotor­wing or fixed­ wing aircraft, car, airline seat, office or boat. SoftSeat® Cushions feature the same design expertise and technical craftsmanship found in advanced Oregon Aero® Aircraft Seating Systems for aviation and the military. The cushion shifts your hips, pelvis and back into the proper, pain­free position, minimiz­ ing lower back pain from prolonged sitting. Features zippered and interchangeable parts. Cut­out version accommodates aircraft controls and restraint systems. Custom embroidery, leather available. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed. *Gift certificates also available.


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Scheyden Eyewear


Co­designed by company founder Jeff Herold and renowned eyewear industry veteran Patrick Hussey, the Scheyden Albatross ($309 to $349) provides the ultimate in opti­ cal clarity and comfort. An ultra­ lightweight titanium frame front and temples for complete comfort, even when worn with a hat, head­ phones or headset. Strategically­ placed acetate serves the dual purpose of providing an attractive look and elimi­ nating incoming side light.


Hand­ground and polished, the distortion­free glass lenses feature a hydrophobic coating to repel water and perspiration. Boasting several layers of magnesium hexafluoride, which diffuses ambient light and protects pupils from harsh reflections, the lenses include a scratch resistant finish. Designed and manufactured to exact­ ing standards, Scheyden eyewear is a favorite of military, commercial, private and aerobatic pilots, including the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds.


www.scheyden.com 44 November 2013


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