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Remember the safety glasses you wore when you took chemistry in high school? We do. They made you look like a dork. Good thing Mrs. Highnose isn't buying your safety equipment anymore. Now, you get to choose. Wear a pair of Crossfire Red Mirror Lens Talon Safe ... (see full details) (see specifications) #CRF119.
Crossfire Glasses: Men's Red Mirror Lens Safety Glasses 119
Remember the safety glasses you wore when you took chemistry in high school? We do. They made you look like a dork. Good thing Mrs. Highnose isn't buying your safety equipment anymore. Now, you get to choose. Wear a pair of Crossfire Red Mirror Lens Talon Safety Glasses 119, and you'll get the safety protection you need and the cool mystique you've always wanted.
Red, mirrored lenses hang below arched, copper-colored frames. The mirror finish is perfect for disguising looks of surprise, disinterest or disgust when talking to boring coworkers. Also sporty and lightweight, the lenses are designed for bright conditions and help keep you from squinting.
Made to meet ANSI Z87 standards, the safety glass will absorb impact and deflect objects that could injure your eyes. During ANSI testing, 1/4" balls traveling at different velocities are shot at glasses. If the balls make contact with the headform (the dummy that's wearing the glasses), or if any parts or fragments fly off, the glasses fail the test. These passed.
If you'd have had a pair of Crossfire Red Mirror Lens Talon Safety Glasses 119 when you were in high school, maybe Mrs. Highnose would have liked you more. She would have thought you made good decisions and knew your safety equipment. Well, show her what kind of man you've become--click and order a pair today.
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4 out of 5
Cool, cheap, safe...
These are some great safety glasses. I love when items serve a dual purpose - and these Crossfire glasses protect your eyes from flying debris at the same time as they protect your eyes from the harmful rays of the sun. You could even say they serve a triple purpose - they make you look darn cool while you work. They fit my head great (not too loose, not too tight) and the lenses are free from any major defects or aberrations in the quality or manufacture of the plastic or coating. They're not the highest quality safety glasses, and they certainly won't be the last pair you buy - but they're good looking, functional, and they're so cheap that you can afford to buy a new pair (or several!) when the first pair goes south.