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Wiley X Adds Brick to Black Ops Line

October 20, 2010  | 


The Wiley X Brick features virtually unbreakable triloid nylon frames and T-Shell scratch resistant lenses. Photo courtesy of Wiley X.

Wiley X's Brick model is the latest addition to the Black Ops Collection and features triloid nylon frames and selenite polycarbonate lenses.

All Wiley X products are created to exceed ANSI Z87.1-2003 high velocity and high mass impact standards, meaning that the Brick's virtually unbreakable matte black frames can withstand the impact of a .25-inch diameter steel ball fired at 150fps from 20 different angles, according to the company.

The grey lenses feature T-Shell scratch resistance, are 100 percent UVA/UVB protection, and are certified to the same standard for high velocity impact and safety as the frames. The Brick also has a climate control feature and a removable facial cavity seal that keeps out debris and dust, and provides continual ventilation across the interior of the lens.

The sunglasses are prescription-ready and suitable for those with medium- to large-sized heads. Available only in matte black with grey lenses, the Brick includes a medium-sized black zippered case, a t-peg elastic strap, leash cord, and a cleaning cloth.

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