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Pyramex I-Force Safety Goggles

Pyramex I-Force Safety Goggles

Description

The Pyramex I-Force Safety Goggles have a lightweight and unique design that provide excellent protection.

Features

  • Dual pane lens system features an outer polycarbonate lens to protect against environmental hazard
  • Indirect vented foam carriage ensures maximum dust protection and an airflow outlet for heat
  • Quick release interchangeable temples and elastic strap included
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$22.42
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Details

The Pyramex I-Force Safety Goggles meet ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2010 Standards, MCEPS Class 1 Military Standards, and CAN/CSA Z94.3-07 Standards and are CE EN166 Certified. The lightweight design provides excellent protection without the bulkiness and weight of traditional goggles. The dual pane lens system features an outer polycarbonate lens that protects again environmental hazards.

 

The inner acetate lens helps prevent fogging, and the H2X anti-fog coating provides additional resistance to fogging in extreme temperatures. The indirect foam carriage ensures maximum dust protection and an airflow outlet for heat. The quick release temples are interchangeable. The goggles provide 99% protection from UV-A and UV-B rays. The goggles come in choice of amber, gray, I/O, clear, and silver.

What's Included:
  • (1) Pair of goggles
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Pyramex I-Force Safety Goggles 23361 Safety goggles, amber
$22.42
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Pyramex I-Force Safety Goggles 23362 Safety goggles, clear
$21.86
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Pyramex I-Force Safety Goggles 23363 Safety goggles, gray
$22.42
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