Sporty, lightweight design eliminates the bulkiness and weight of a goggle.
Dual pane lens provides the ultimate
anti-fog performance by isolating
the temperature difference inside &
outside of this eyewear.
Quick Release interchangeable temples and an elastic strap.
Indirect vented foam carriage provides maximum dust protection, as well as a sufficient airflow outlet for heat.
The thermal system provides anti-fog protection in the worst weather conditions or extreme-temperature working environments.
Commonly used in outdoor applications.
Dual pane lens provides the ultimate anti-fog performance by isolating the temperature difference inside & outside of this eyewear.
The outside and inside of the lens is coated with H2X™ Anti-fog Technology for even more resistance to fogging, due to extreme temperatures.
An outer polycarbonate lens protects against the environment, while an inner acetate lens is designed to prevent fogging.
Provides 99% protection from harmful UV-A and UV-B rays.
Meets ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2010
Meets MCEPS Class 1 Military Standards
Meets CAN/CSA Z94.3-07 Standards
CE EN166 Certified
Product Reviews for Pyramex I-Force Convertible Safety Goggle/Glasses with Black Frame and Gray Anti-Fog Lens
Pyramex I-Force Convertible Safety Goggle/Glasses with Black Frame and Gray Anti-Fog Lens4wabikerMarch 9, 2013Im always on the prowl for eyewear for riding...effective but inexpensive. I have long since given up on *sunglasses* or things of that type.(bye bye raybans when I looked over my shoulder during a lane change) As Ariz has some mean crosswinds at times, that totally void the effectiveness of sunglass's type eyewear. ie watery eyes, dust, dirt etc. To that end Ive switched to goggles. Have tried several different brands. Cheaper stuff found on the display racks at the local circle K, pricier stuff from the Harley Shop, and some different mail order brands... priced from a low of $8 thru a high of $50. All have come up short for various reasons. ie Build quality, Fit, long term comfort, lack of periphery vision etc. I think I have found one that fills the bill, in spades...at least for me....so far. Pyramex IForce Safety goggles: Dual lens anti-fog, Low profile, Form fitting (fits my mug anyway) Semi wrap lens for good periphery vision. (doesnt feel like Im trying to look thru binoculars) Closed cell foam padding (personally hate open cell foam for this application) Inter changeable headbands (strap/strap with temple bars) So far the only thing I dont like about them, is the narrow head band. I think a wider band would be better. Still not decided on the temple attachment point, which is a weak point with interchangeable type headband/temple bars. The true test will be when AZ Monsoon season hits. I bought 2, smoke and amber for night riding... $18.50 pr.
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