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No, we didn't make a mistake in showing you these Crossfire 241 Black Crystal Frame With Infinity Smoke Lens Safety Glasses. They're modeled after high-fashion glasses like Ray-Bans, but they're actually made for safety. The all-around tint is perfect for outdoor c ... (see full details) (see specifications) #CRF241.
No, we didn't make a mistake in showing you these Crossfire 241 Black Crystal Frame With Infinity Smoke Lens Safety Glasses. They're modeled after high-fashion glasses like Ray-Bans, but they're actually made for safety. The all-around tint is perfect for outdoor conditions, but these glasses will protect your eyes when you're inside, too.
The majority of all eye injuries are preventable. You just have to make sure you're protecting your eyes with high-impact lenses like these. The smoke-gray lenses are slightly tinted to protect your eyes against bright light and harsh glare. But more importantly, the lenses are made to resist impact. They've been Z87+ certified for workplace safety.
The black crystal frames are made with TR-90 material, a plastic-like nylon that bends instead of breaking. The lightweight TR-90 material is highly resistant to chemicals and UV rays, and durable enough for any workplace. The full frame design fully supports the lenses.
Designed with a base curve 8 design and 126 mm temple width, these glasses have a sleek, stylish look. But Crossfire knows that safety is just as important at style. Why would you take a risk with something as important as your site? Wear Crossfire 241 Black Crystal Frame With Infinity Smoke Lens Safety Glasses, and prevent injuries that could change your life.
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5 out of 5
It's hard to beat the Crossfire Safety Glasses when it comes to the practicality-to-price ratio. It definitely helps to lower your expectations, because let's face it, they are ten bucks a pop, and this isn't even the cheapest ones they make. If you want polarized lens on trendy retro frames, stick to Ray-Bans or Persols, and be prepared to drop at least a hundred and eighty bucks. But if you want a pair of beaters that you can throw around, hang off the pockets on your tool bag, and not worry about losing it or scratching it up, pick up a half dozen pair of these safety glasses. I would not go so far as to calling these stylish by any means, but they're not bad looking. And most of all, they do their job and protect your eyes from sparks and debris. They even protect against UV.