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Old 12-03-2012, 02:34 PM   #11
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I bought these glasses from Revision. Pricey. But then again, what's your
eyesight worth.

http://www.revisionmilitary.com/store/bullet-ant-tactical-goggles-deluxe.html
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I bought these glasses from Revision. Pricey. But then again, what's your
eyesight worth.

http://www.revisionmilitary.com/store/bullet-ant-tactical-goggles-deluxe.html
Revision is military issued stuff ... Good eyewear.
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You can also get some Uvex anti fog wipes that do wonders on any glasses. We use the Uvex during a full wash down sanitation at work and no fog...
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Go to http://grainger.com and look at the multitudes of safety glasses. Regular, with side shields, wrap-aronds, tinted, bi-focal, polorized .. whatever you want, and you'd have to really dig to find any over $10, most are ~$5.00.

I even got a pair with integrated, retractable ear plugs in the temples.

Grainger bought Lab Safety ... which is where I started looking in the first place.

http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/eye-protection-and-accessories/safety/ecatalog/N-k1q?Ndr=basedimid10071&sst=subset
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Wiley X is expensive. Try ESS. They also provide an anti-fog cloth. Rx insert is available or you can have your optometrist lab prepare one with their sample lenses.
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If you like the glasses you currently have try some anti-fog spray - wait-a-minute, this post is almost dated.
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A lot of choices are out there. Confusing but good.
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