Whatever the need be it hiking, cycling, climbing, paddling, shooting Wiley X offers premium protection ( up to military-grade), durable frames and shatterproof high-performance lenses. Even ballistic protective eyewear if it is required that meets military standards for impact protection is available.
PREMIUM IMPACT PROTECTION EYEWEAR
ANSI HIGH-VELOCITY IMPACT
Frames and lenses must withstand the impact of a .25mm diameter steel ball fired at 150 feet-per-second.
Frames and lenses must withstand the impact of .15 caliber projectiles fired at 640-660 feet-per-second (spectacles) and .22 caliber projectiles fired at 550-560 feet-per-second (goggles).
The European EN standard requires that frames and lenses withstand a .22mm diameter steel ball fired at a rate of 5.1 meters-per-second.
Section 7 of the standard AS/NZS 1067.1 deals with “robustness” and then refers to testing procedure outlined in 1067.2
Minimum robustness of filters
Impact resistance of filters, strength level 1
Impact resistance of sunglasses, strength level 1
Impact resistance of sunglasses, strength level 2
Impact resistance of sunglasses, strength level 3
Method for frame deformation and filter retention
Method for increased endurance of sunglasses
Test method for resistance to solar radiation
Test method for resistance to ignition
Test for resistance to perspiration of the sunglass frame
WILEY X CLIMATE CONTROLLED EYEWEAR
Wiley X climate-controlled eyewear has a patented removable soft foam gasket (Facial Cavity Seal) to reduce dust, pollen, wind and other airborne irritants, dehydration of the tear film and the very annoying fogging of lenses.
Wiley X in the US is the most well-known brand of eyewear when in comes to safety with over 30 years in being the preferred supplier of eyewear to the armed forces, police and other agencies. The company over the last 15 years has branched into the motorcycle, optical and fashion markets.
All Wiley X frames come with a lifetime warranty. The air-permeable foam padding fitted on their Climate Control Series models means a greater reduction on fogging up of lenses while the seal is on.