Ever take a piece of hot brass to the face? Fire a pot-shot at that polymer target on the ground, only to have a chunk o’ dirt and rocks fly back at the bench? The risks of suffering an eye injury at the shooting range are very real. You’ve only got one shot at protecting your optics (no pun intended), so you need to pick up a pair of quality shooting glasses – we tested a few so you don’t have to.
Those are some of the requirements we put up against our selection of shooting glasses. You want a pair of specs that’ll protect your eyes at the outdoor range just as well as indoors. The glasses we sourced from Howard Leight, Smith & Wesson, and Wiley X offer up features like 99.9% UV protection, shatterproof lenses with ANSI Z87.1 certification, and high-visibility clear lenses with color options for day and nighttime shooting.
How many times have you sat there at the range fussin’ around, trying to make your glasses play nice with your ear muffs? One can defeat the other, which makes them both useless. The glasses we test and sell are designed to pair up with your ear pro without issue.
We selected glasses with thin, low-profile, flexible frames that are comfortable. Need ear pro, toO? All the hearing protection and muffs we sell also come with soft, cushioned ear pads and adjustable straps that are made to interface with your eye protection.
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