Bollé Tactical Raider Eye Protection

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posted on September 28, 2015
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When it comes to protecting your precious eyesight on the range, myriad options exist. Whether it's your own personal eyeglasses, a $5 pair of plastic glasses from a local home improvement store, or a custom-fit system, putting *something* on your face to protect against flying brass and debris is a smart idea.

The Bollé Tactical Raider Kit is rated for ballistic resistance according to STANAG standards, making it NATO-approved eyewear. In addition to providing protection from ballistic sources, the lenses guard against UV radiation.

In the kit are black frames and three separate lens inserts: smoke, amber and clear. A fourth insert allows for prescription lenses to be added behind the protective lenses for those that require corrective eyewear. Swapping out lenses is simple and takes very little time or effort. All lenses are housed separate from the frames in individual pouches contained in the case.

MSRP: $70.99.

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