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Bobster Introduces Scarlet, Whiskey Eyewear

October 26, 2011  | 

The Bobster Scarlet eyewear. Photo: Bobster.
The Bobster Scarlet eyewear. Photo: Bobster.

Bobster Eyewear has introduced the Scarlet eyewear for women and Whiskey ballistic eyewear, according to the company.

The Scarlet is available in a lightweight black, tortoise or olive tortoise frame with a hibiscus flower detail on each side. Each frame color comes with the option of non-removable dual layer foam which creates a seal around the eyes protecting them from wind and debris, and prevents sweat from getting into the wearer's eyes.

The eyewear, which is available with or without foam, arrives with lenses protecting against 100 percent of UVA and UVB rays. The lenses are coated with an anti-fog solution. The Scarlet arrives with a microfiber pouch for easy storage and cleaning.

The Bobster Whiskey eyewear. Photo: Bobster.
The Bobster Whiskey eyewear. Photo: Bobster.

The Whiskey eyewear exceeds the ballistic impact requirements of the new MCEPS standard. The eyewear arrives with anti-fog lenses, a black frame, and gunmetal detailing. The 8-base wrap design enables peripheral vision and protects against wind, debris, sun or fragmentation. The anti-fog lenses are available in smoked, smoked polarized or clear.

The polarized lens eliminates glare; clear lenses are best for low-light conditions or can be used as protective eyewear at night; and the anti-fog smoked lenses are all-purpose for natural color perception. The polycarbonate lenses are scratch resistant, and the lightweight flexible frame provides day long comfort in the field. The Whiskey arrives with a carry case and microfiber cleaning cloth.

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