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Honeywell Safety Products Introduces Uvex XMF Tactical Goggle

August 09, 2013  | 

Photo of the Uvex XMF tactical goggle courtesy of Honeywell.
Photo of the Uvex XMF tactical goggle courtesy of Honeywell.

Honeywell released the Uvex XMF tactical goggle, which is designed with advanced coverage, precision optics and comfort features.

The Uvex XMF tactical goggle features a streamlined cylindrical lens and a wide field of view for optimized peripheral vision. A ventilation system between the frame and lens delivers moisture control while filtering out dust and debris.

The goggle's lightweight body conforms to the face for a secure and gap-free fit. The goggle's styling and low-profile design allow the goggles to be compatible with helmets, night vision and communications devices, according to Honeywell.

The Uvex XMF tactical goggle is available in Black, Foliage Green and Desert Tan with lenses in clear or gray. Users can switch lenses for different lighting. An optional Rx insert shields prescription lenses from damage, and a lens sleeve helps protect the goggle when not in use.

Uvex Dura-streme lens coating provides anti-scratch and anti-fog properties and all Uvex brand lenses provide 99.99% UV protection.

Made in the U.S., the Uvex XMF tactical goggle is certified to ANSI Z87.1-2010, EN 166, CSA Z94.3, and U.S. MIL SPEC MIL-DTL-43511D (Clause 3.5.10) standards.

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