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The most rigorous safety standards available


All Edge glasses are independently tested for compliance with the most rigorous safety standards available. According to the CDC and Department of Labor, there are over 10,000 eye injuries in North America every day. Approximately 2,000 of these injuries require medical treatment and 3–5 days off work. Additionally, many are shocked to learn that 63% of all eye injuries happen away from work—at home and during recreational activities.

MIL-PRF 32432-A

Glasses certified to this Military Standard are often nicknamed “Ballistic Rated” because of the extreme velocity of impact tests performed against the lens in addition to the peripheral tests of ISEA/ ANSI-Z87.1+

ISEA/ ANSI Z87.1

Safety Eyewear not needing the expansive Coverage of the higher standard, but still built with materials and engineering to accommodate the Optical and Impact ratings associated with ISEA/ANSI Z87.1 are identified with the Z87.1 markings.

ISEA/ ANSI Z87.1 +

The most common set of accepted Safety Standards on jobsites, manufacturing, and industrial facilities is the “High Impact” (indicated by a + symbol) version of ISEA/ Z87.1. The standard requires very through testing in the Optical Clarity, Impact Resistance, and the Coverage aspects of safety eyewear.

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Vapor Shield Lens

Polarized Filter Lens:

Aqua Precision (Red/ Blue) Mirror Lens

G-15 Lens

Tiger’s Eye Lens

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Available as a removable or permanent option allow for a sealed fit to the eye cavity to prevent airborne debris, dust, or wind from entering and irritating the eyes.

The Multi-Fit nosepiece is designed to accommodate a variety of facial and nose bridge structures by bending flexible nose pads to create a perfect fit.

When glasses are worn with a helmet or ear protection, thin temple arms eliminate the painful temple pressure cause by standard eyewear frames. Additionally, when worn with noise reduction headsets a perfect “sealed” fit to the head is maintained and wont leak ambient noise.

Designed to accommodate the diversity of head shapes and sizes, the wide fit has an additional 22mm of width temple to temple.

Thermoplastic rubber is a soft and pliable compound that increases its grip as it becomes warm or damp. This technology is co-injected into temple tips and nose pads to prevent slipping and keep eyewear on the face.

This frame eliminates the need for mid-activity eyewear changes or lack of vision with ineffective lens tints. Allowing a quick lens to change to accommodate changing light conditions keeps vision clear and safe.

Glasses certified to this Military Standard are often nicknamed “Ballistic Rated” because of the extreme velocity of impact tests performed against the lens in addition to the peripheral tests of ISEA/ ANSI-Z87.1

The most common set of accepted Safety Standards on jobsites, manufacturing, and industrial facilities is the “High Impact” (indicated by a + symbol) version of ISEA/ Z87.1. The standard requires very through testing in the Optical Clarity, Impact Resistance, and the Coverage aspects of safety eyewear.

Safety Eyewear not needing the expansive Coverage of the higher standard, but still built with materials and engineering to accommodate the Optical and Impact ratings associated with ISEA/ANSI Z87.1 are identified with the Z87.1 markings.