Revision glasses set the industry standard for high-impact ballistic protection not only meeting but exceeding the military's requirements for military glasses. When it comes to something as precious as your eyesight, Revision shooting glasses offer the needed protection.
During independent testing, these glasses withstood a 12 gauge shotgun blast from 16 feet away with zero penetrations using 1-1/4 ounce #6 lead shot. Watch the below video for a live demonstration!
Revision's Sawfly glasses provide military grade eye protection for hunting, shooting, and target practice. These glasses exceed military ballistic impact requirements for spectacles (MIL-PRF-31013 clause 126.96.36.199 and EN 166) They also meet the more stringent military goggle requirement tests (MIL-DTL-43511D clause 3.5.10).
Revision's dedication to research and quality has helped them to produce distortion free lenses on a comfortable adjustable black frame. These lenses are made of an indestructible, optical grade polycarbonate with a scratch resistant coating and offer 100% protection from UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C rays. With a soft nose piece on each lens, these glasses fit comfortably and stay in place.
This kit includes a vermillion lens which has become very popular among shooter's for use in low light environments. The vermillion lenses offer excellent color recognition and depth perception in cloudy, low light environments.
This kit includes a frame with adjustable arms, 3 interchangeable lenses: clear, solar, and vermillion high contrast, head strap, microfiber pouch, case with belt clip and reusable anti-fog cloth.
Review by StuartH
I love these glasses. I was hesitant to spend the money, but have absolutely no regrets now. My hat size is 7 1/4 yet these glasses fit very well. No slippage and are comfortable after 2 hr. sessions at the range with over the ear protection.
I've use the clear and amber lenses and both are very clear for the intended use.
(Posted on 11/9/14)
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