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Get ready to make a great decision to protect your eyes by choosing the Edge Eyewear Kazbek TSK215 Safety Glasses. These safety glasses are outfitted with copper polarized safety lenses. The lenses on these safety glasses are designed to absorb the impact of proj ... (see full details) (see specifications) #EDETSK215.
Get ready to make a great decision to protect your eyes by choosing the Edge Eyewear Kazbek TSK215 Safety Glasses. These safety glasses are outfitted with copper polarized safety lenses. The lenses on these safety glasses are designed to absorb the impact of projectiles. They are compliant with ANSI Z87.1 2003 standards. The lenses on the Kasbek are tested for resolving power so that images wil not shift and will remain clear. The lenses are are polarized and this is not a common feature in safety glasses. Polarized lenses block glare and reflected light that can obscure your vision.
The Kazbek Polarized Safety Glasses have shock absorbing ear pieces to help make them more comfortable. The black frames are made from very flexible material for another comfort feature.
Choose the Edge Eyewear Kazbek Polarized Safety Glasses for a comfortable pair of safety glasses. Choose the Kazbek glasses from WorkingPerson.com.
4 out of 4 people found this product review helpful.
5 out of 5
Wonderful sunglasses and safety glasses...
By: K Severna
These Edge safety lens glasses are great and I like that they serve several purposes, and serve them well. I gave them to my dad for Christmas and he loves them. He wears them on the construction site when he's working with heavy machinery or his jackhammer, and he sometimes wears them as sunglasses as well, because they do a great job of shading his eyes as well. He says they're a little small on his head, but because he's out in the sun a lot the plastic has somewhat reformed to fit better. He also has a big head, so your mileage might vary. They look good and do the job, and although they're more expensive than your average pair of safety glasses (or sunglasses for that matter), they are well made and will hold up for many years to come.