Extreme conditions call for serious protection. Sunwear should enhance and sharpen vision, never obstruct it.
High-grade ballistic glasses are designed to withstand particularly harsh conditions. A curved profile improves visibility from any angle and protects eyes from fragments, dust and dirt.
Shooting glasses feature shatterproof polycarbonate lenses that are typically clear, red, yellow or orange. These tints boost contrast to distinguish the shooter's target.
Most military and shooting goggles feature interchangeable lens systems. Wearers should be able to quickly swap lenses when light conditions change. Vented goggles promote air flow and a foam lining cushions the face for a secure, comfortable fit, even under a helmet.
Any eye protection device worn for shooting should meet the ANSI Z87 standard for safety. This standard ensures that eyewear meets the proper requirements for protection, fit, durability and comfort.