Bolle Phantom Smoke Lens – Anti Fog
The Bolle Phantom Smoke Lens will help keep your eyes protected with style. The smoke lenses are coated with the latest Bollé anti scratch and anti fog coating and the spectacles feature an impact resistant polycarbonate lenses. These Bolle Sunglasses are ready for anything your throw at them. Go with the best sunglasses designed for premium performance, and your eyes will thank you.
Suitable for a wide variety of applications especially those exposed to harsh glare.
The ALS anti-fog and anti-scratch coating system make the Bolle Phantom Smoke lens perfect for use in high humidity environments. The flat pad EVA temple tips will give you added comfort and the rubber nose pads will ensure a non-slip fit. These glasses include a strong yet flexible polycarbonate frame and the eight-base curve provides wrap-around protection.
Outdoor use only.
Filters UVA and UVB (99.99%). It provides the maximum protection from solar radiation.
Anti-fog + Anti Scratching coating
Approved to AS/NZS 1337.1.2010 for Medium Impact Protection
All Bollé Safety eyewear is tested and approved to AS/NZS 1337.1.2010 for Medium Impact Protection.
Lens and frame markings are specific to each product. Each marking corresponds to a very specific use. Certified by independent laboratories, this information guarantees protective eyewear quality and resistance.
Bolle Phantom Smoke Lens Features:
* Rubber nose pads and temple tips for superior comfort and non-slip fit
* Advanced Lens Shielding (ALS) Anti-fog/Anti-scratch coatings on both sides of smoke lens
* Super lightweight, it weights only 28g
Bolle Phantom Smoke Lens Applications:
Suitable for construction, driving, local government and councils, manufacturing, mining, transportation and utilities (power, gas and water)
Approval: AS/NZS 1337
Frame Colour: Gloss Jet Black
Lens Coating: ALS Anti-Fog/Anti-Scratch
Lens Colour: Smoke
Eye protection is a crucial component of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in the workforce. Nearly three out of five injured workers are injured for not wearing eye protection at the time of the accident or were wearing the wrong kind of eye protection for the job.