All Wiley X eyewear is EN. 166 certified as Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and are regarded as safety eyewear
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Wiley X meets stringent global standards for safety eyewear with the use of polycarbonate lens material. This material combines flexibility and strength, able to withstand impact from a 12 gauge shotgun blast or fragments from IEDs. All lenses are coated with anti-scratch protection to enhance their lifespan and maintain the highest quality product.
The yellow lens is the best light enhancing lens tint. They filter out the blue light (HEV), which may cause glare, and they enhance contrast in low-light, foggy, or overcast conditions
UVA/UVB Protection: 100%
Hard Coating The scratch-resistant coating protects against damage and extends the life of the lens.
All Wiley X styles are ANSI-rated and EN.166 certified. All frames and lenses are marked with the appropriate ANSI and EN.166 markings to meet legislative site requirements
ANSI HVP Frame and lens must withstand a 3,8mm projectiles fired at 700-720 km/h (spectacle). Goggles must withstand 5,56 mm projectiles fired at a rate of 594-612 km/h. This ensures our lenses and frames are practically indestructible. Meets or exceeds (US) MIL-PRF-32432 Ballistic and MCEP (Military Combat Eye Protection) standards which supersede all MIL-SPEC standards.
Ballistic Frame and lens must withstand the impact of a 6.35 mm steel ball fired at 164,6 km/h. The lens must remain in the frame and is not to shatter. The frame must remain intact as well. Meets or exceeds (US.) ANSI Z87.1 High Velocity impact safety and optical standards.
EN.166 F Certified and tested according to the EN.166 (F) norm. EN 166 is a European standard for personal eye protection, and the (F) subcategory specifies the requirements for protective eyewear with optically correct lenses. The standard sets out the performance criteria for impact resistance, lens transparency, and resistance to aging, ensuring that protective eyewear provides adequate protection against various hazards. The lens must withstand the impact of a 6 mm steel ball weighing 0,86 gram fired at 162 km/h and intact and not shatter. – EU. Personal Eye-Protection Standard. Eye-Protection Category: Low energy impact - Spectacles.