The Go-Specs II eye system offers choice, comfort and usage in multiple applications and environments. Use indoor or outdoor, protects against dust, sand, cement, chemicals, heat, humidity and more! The worker now has a choice of comfort and protection with the Go-Specs II system.
- System allows the worker to choose either a strap or rubber tipped temples for protection.
- EVA closed cell foam seal for better fit.
- Automatic swivel adjustment of strap angle
- SuperCoat anti-fog coating.
- 2.3 mm thick Polycarbonate lens with a base 9.5 curvature.
- 99% UV protection for UV A, B and C, 180-380 nm.
Compliance: ANSI Z87.1-2010 certified. CE EN-166 certified. Ballistic Vo Rated - MIL-PRF-31013 184.108.40.206 Ballistic resistance.
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Elvex Go-Specs II Safety Glasses/Goggles with Black Frame, Foam Seal and Gray Anti-Fog LensLonDecember 4, 2012I bough a pair of Elvex Avions some time ago when I left my usual pair of shooting glasses at home, and they were the only ones being sold at the range. With the wrap-around vision and the great ear comfort, my old pair ($$$) was retired to the closet collecting dust. I do wear contacts, though, and I've been looking around for a pair of glasses with good dust and wind protection, comfort, and an anti-fog coating. I tried these first because my plain Elvex glasses have been so great. These are even better. The ear pieces are so soft I can't even feel them under the muffs. No wind, no dust, no fog, and somehow they stay cool on my face even with the foam padding. If I could change something I would get rid of the Construction Orange color, and throw in another lens shade or two, but those are small quibbles. I think these are absolutely the best you can do in shooting/safety glasses not only for this price, but 5-10x as much. (And no, I don't work for them, no relationship, etc., etc.. I just couldn't be happier that I half stumbled upon this company, and these glasses, as they're definitely not the most recognizable maker around, nor the first item in a shooting catalog.)
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