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Pyramex V2G Goggles

Pyramex V2G Goggles

Description

The Pyramex V2G Goggles provide protection against dust and particles.

Features

  • Provide 99% protection against harmful rays
  • Treated to prevent fogging
  • Headband features a quick fit retainer
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$11.40
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The Pyramex V2G Goggles have a 9.75 base curved lens for full side protection. The foam pading creates a perfect seal to keep out dust and airborne particles. The lenses provide 99% protection again harmful rays. They are also treated for fogging and small scratches. The headband features a quick fit retainer. Interchangeable temples/headband are included with each pair. The goggles exceed ANSI Z87,1-2003 High Impact Requirements, and are CE EN166 and CAN/CSA Z94.3-02 certified. The goggles come in choice of clear or gray.

What's Included:
  • (1) Pair of goggles
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Pyramex V2G Goggles 23378 Goggles, clear
$11.40
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Pyramex V2G Goggles 23379 Goggles, gray lens
$12.13
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