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Protecting Your Right To See

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    Ironworking is dangerous and can pose unique risks to eyesight. After his co-workers' sleever bar (a tool used for aligning heavy pieces of steel) slipped, the sharp pointed end was sent straight toward Nick's eye. Luckily, he was wearing his safety glasses; in this case, our Salita, and his eye was saved. Nick walked away with only a small cut on his eyebrow, caused by the bar drifting off the lens. Nick can still see with both eyes today because he was wearing safety glasses.



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    While responding to an emergency call on a busy interstate, a large bolt flew off a vehicle and hit the windshield of Brett's patrol vehicle. Shards of glass exploded into the cab and struck Brett in the face and arms. The Whitikar sunglasses that he was wearing protected his eyes from flying bits of glass and debris. Without the proper eye protection, Brett could have lost his right to see in this split, unexpected moment. Although our Whitikar outdoor sunglass is not ANSI Z87.1+ approved, it's made with the same high-impact and durable materials as our safety glasses.



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    While using a chainsaw to cut up a fallen tree, a wedge-shaped piece of wood dislodged from the log and shot violently toward one man's face. The massive gash left on his face required 60 stitches. But his eye was protected from serious injury behind his Edge Kazbek safety glasses.



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  • Job Site Safety

    Providing peace of mind on the job takes more than delivering protective products to defend your eyes from flying debris or other impacts. It requires designing comfortable and stylish eyewear you actually want to wear. Ours are products built to protect you on the job and help you chase your vision on the weekend.

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  • Lifestyle Safety

    Construction sites and industrial facilities aren’t the only environments that pose a hazard to eyesight. In fact, more than 60% of eye injuries a year happen at home or during recreational activities. Whether working your chainsaw at home or your fly rod on your favorite stream, protecting your eyes from high-velocity hazards will keep the future clear.  

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