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Wiley X Introduces Reign Eye Wear to Black Ops Line

July 26, 2010  | 


Photo courtesy of Wiley X.

Wiley X Eyewear has introduced the Reign eye wear to its tactical-inspired Black Ops collection, according to the company.

The collection is rated for ANSI Z87.1 High Velocity Impact and High Mass Impact certification, according to the company. That means that the Wiley X Black Ops Collection Reign has been tested to withstand the impact of a 0.25-inch diameter steel ball fired at 150fps, and the weight of a 1.1-pound pointed projectile dropped from a height of 50 feet.

The entire Wiley X Black Ops collection was developed for military and law enforcement personnel, and delivers the company's famed High Velocity Protection (HVP) in every feature, from the shatterproof Selenite Polycarbonate lenses to the special formulated T-Shell scratch resistant layer and 100 percent UVA/UVB protection.

The Reign eye wear sports a wide-temple design, and is engineered to fit medium to large head shapes and arrives with Smoke Grey lenses and a matte black frame.

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