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Gila Premium Auto Window Tints

Sporty, practical or luxury, your vehicle is more than a way to get from here to there. It’s a way to show off your style, and also a place where you spend a surprisingly large amount of time. Gila window tints help you make the most of your truck or car, inside and out, on the road and off. 

Made from professional-grade materials that deliver some serious style and comfort benefits, Gila DIY tints can be installed by non-experts just like you, with just a few tools, in very little time. Check out all your options here before you decide where to go with your upgrade. Gila has tints from light to the darkest, celebrity-worthy Xtreme Limo, and options from basic tint to tricked out, full-feature products with UV protection and cooling benefits.

Basic Window Tint

Cut annoying glare and get 65-95% darker windows, with deep-dye technology that lasts for thousands of miles.

Heat Shield Tints

Use your AC less and get all the benefits of our basic tints, thanks to an extra layer of heat-blocking technology.

Heat Shield Plus Tints

Keep your interior looking showroom-new with high performance tint technology that blocks heat, glare and UV rays.

Xtreme Limo Tint

Get a glare reduction and a private, VIPs-only look with the 97.5% light-blocking power of our darkest, most dramatic tint.

Automotive Application Tools

Fast track your auto tint project with tools that are specially designed for Gila and tested by window tint pros.

Static Cling Tints

Try adhesive-free window tint for ultimate installation ease. It comes in basic or full-featured versions, and peels right off.

Product Specs
Tint Laws
How-To Video

Product Specs

Info for technically-minded window film shoppers. And for those of you who want to be.

Technical Info

Item Number Description TSER VLT Glare Reduction UV Rejection EMIS
NRS42 Basic Window Tint - 5% 44 5 94%
NRS44 Basic Window Tint - 20% 38 20 78%
NRS46 Basic Window Tint - 35% 35 35 61%
HPB042 Heat Shield Window Tint - 5% 54 5 94%
HPB044 Heat Shield Window Tint - 20% 49 20 78%
HPB046 Heat Shield Window Tint - 35% 43 35 61%
USS42 Heat Shield Plus Window Tint - 5% 55 5 94% 99%
USS44 Heat Shield Plus Window Tint - 20% 50 20 78% 99%
USS46 Heat Shield Plus Window Tint - 35% 44 35 61% 99%
JS242 Static Cling Window Tint - 5% 64 5 94%
JS246 Static Cling Window Tint - 20% 50 20 78%
JS248 Static Cling Window Tint - 35% 41 35 61%
Static Cling Plus Window Tint - 5% 55 5 94% 99%
Static Cling Plus Window Tint - 20% 50 20 78% 99%
Static Cling Plus Window Tint - 35% 41 44 35% 99%
XLB242 Xtreme Limo Black Window Tint - 2.5% 44 25 97%

What it Means

TSER (Total Solar Energy Rejected)

The percentage of total solar energy rejected by filmed glass. The higher this value, the less solar heat is transmitted through the glass.

UV Rejection

The percentage of ultraviolet light that is rejected by filmed glass. Ultraviolet light contributes to the fading and deterioration of fabrics and leather.

VLT (Visible Light Transmission)

The percentage of visible light that passes directly through the filmed glass. The higher the number, the lighter the film appears in color.

EMIS (Emissivity)

Measures how efficiently a window system reflects heat back towards the source of heat, whether the sun in summer or the furnace in winter. The lower the number, the better the insulating quality.

Glare Reduction

The percentage by which visible light is reduced by the addition of film.

Film Visualizer

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Tint Laws

Automotive Window Tint Laws

Don’t risk getting pulled over for an automotive window tint violation. It could mean traffic tickets, fines, and even tint removal. 

Before you install Gila on your vehicle, thoroughly check regulations for darkness, reflectivity and correct use by region. Regulations for automotive tints change often and can be dramatically different, depending on the state, province or territory where you live. 

We’ve provided a link to regional window tint law information to help you make smart decisions about product and window placement. 

Check Regional Tint Laws

How-To Video

Wondering what a DIY window film project is really like? Press play and find out.