Wiley X WX Hudson Series Sunglasses

posted on June 27, 2016
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Model ACHUD03 lead image.

Nice sunglasses are like a nice watch, you didn’t know you needed one until you got one, and Wiley X’s new Series WX Hudson sunglasses are those nice glasses you had no idea you needed.

WX Hudson Model ACHUD05

The state-of-the art shades are much more than a good-looking pair of spectacles; they’re protective, comfortable, durable and corrective lens compatible. The WX Hudson series features a keyhole bridge design and stylish bars on the temple corners, they’re lightweight and appropriate for family, business, or leisure wear. The WX Hudson model ACHUDO3 is manufactured with a gloss back frame and smoke grey lenses, while the ACHUDO5 is outfitted with a black frame with platinum flash mirrored lenses. Both models feature a t-shell lens coating to resist scratching in extreme environments.

The WX Hudson sunglasses block out damaging UVA and UVB rays, but what makes it appealing to the tactical shooter its ability to withstand high impact. By constructing the glasses with shatterproof selenite polycarbonate lenses, WX line meets the strict ANSI Z87.1-2010 High Velocity and High Impact standards, as well as U.S. Federal OSHA standards. The occupational-grade eye protection of the WX Hudson series keeps wears safe and protected; a major reason why they have been the eye protection choice of U.S. military, law enforcement and tactical wearers for decades.

Additionally, these top-quality shades are Rx ready. Those who need prescription eyewear can don the WX series sunglasses, look good, feel protected and all with their highest visual acuity.

MSRP $80



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