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Shield your eyes from dust, debris, sun, and even some projectiles with ballistic shades.

July 30, 2010  |  by - Also by this author

Gatorz

This California-based company is marketing its Magnum and Octane models to law enforcement. Both models offer a wide variety of frame colors and lens tints. Polarizing and photochromic lenses are available in addition to types of basic lenses. Frames are carved from billet aircraft aluminum. The lenses are cut from polycarbonate material and offer 100-percent UV protection without distortion.

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Oakley

Like other sports eyewear makers, Oakley produces a diverse line of law enforcement and military models. The company's products range from standard sunglasses, to convertibles, to goggles. Some even offer ballistic protection; all meet ANSI standards for impact. Various colors, frame materials, and tints are available.

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Revision

Vermont-based Revision Eyewear is one of the largest suppliers of military-approved eyewear in the nation. The company's Hellfly and Sawfly models are a favorite of our troops. The Sawfly is a convertible wrap-style set that offers ballistic protection that exceeds ANSI standard as well as fog resistance. The basic Sawfly set includes two lenses. A traditional sunglass design, the Hellfly also offers ballistic protection.

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Rudy Project USA

Italy's Rudy Project is a favorite in competitive shooting circles, and its Rydon model is popular with many officers. The Rydon offers multiple lenses in each kit so that you have tint options. All Rydon lenses meet the ANSI impact standard. Better yet the lenses have a lifetime replacement guarantee.

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Wiley X

At this year's SHOT Show leading law enforcement manufacturer Wiley X launched its Black Ops line. These six new stylish, lightweight models were designed specifically for law enforcement and military shooters, and they offer a lot of great features such as climate control and ANSI standard impact protection.

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Tags: Eye Protection, 5.11 Tactical, Bobster, ESS, Gatorz, Oakley, Revision Eyewear, Rudy Project

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