Peltor Sport Safety Eyewear

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posted on May 9, 2016
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When it comes to protection on the firing line, nothing is more important than eye protection - without your eyes it would be extremely difficult to shoot.

Peltor has introduced a line of eye protection that is sure to fit your shooting needs. The Peltor Sport SecureFit Safety Eyewear uses patented 3M Pressure Diffusion Technology to provide comfort and security of fit. The flat-temple, low-profile design naturally adjusts to minimize noise leaks when worn with hearing protection.

Additionally, the soft-touch nose and ear pieces provide added comfort unlike those glasses you had to use in biology lab that hurt your nose. The high-impact-resistant and anti-fog lenses absorb up to 99.9 percent of UV radiation so not only are your eyes protected from flying shells but they are also protected by harmful rays if shooting outdoors.

MSRP: $19.99. Available in clear, tinted or amber.

 

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