Revision Adds Small-Size Sawfly Eyewear System

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posted on January 18, 2013
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Revision's Sawfly in size small is 10 mm narrower, temple to temple, than the Regular Sawfly size, because when your eyesight is on the line, "one size fits most" isn't good enough.

The industry is changing, and just as the U.S. Army has recognized that the female soldier requires body armor shaped differently than their male counterparts, so too have protective eyewear manufacturers realized that when your eyesight is on the line, "one size fits most" isn't good enough.

Introducing the Revision Sawfly Military-Grade Eyewear System in size small. The Sawfly in size small provides a comfortable, ergonomic and optically correct solution with greater lateral protection and excellent retention for female users. Featuring a tighter base curve lens that follows the contours of smaller face proportions, it is 10mm narrower, temple to temple, than the Regular Sawfly size. Offering the highest visual clarity and interchangeable lenses, the Sawfly spectacle that was specifically designed for the military comes in sizing that's just right for you.

The Revision Sawfly Shooters Kit is proven to be the top performing impact eyewear system available. Designed for fit, function and comfort, this unmatched level of protection is featured on the U.S. Army's Authorized Protective Eyewear List (APEL); if it's good enough for them, it's perfect for you.

The Revision Sawfly Shooters Kit is proudly made in the USA and comes with clear, solar, and vermillion high-contrast lenses and retails for $119.99

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