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Features

Choosing a lens colour is not just about personal preference, different lens colours offer unique benefits based on the time of day, weather conditions and working environment. This also makes different lens colours better suited to certain workers or jobs.

SMOKE

Great for working outdoors during the day in sunny conditions as it provides maximum UV protection of category 3.

CLEAR

Best suited for indoor workers to provide eye protection whilst maintaining optimal vision. Clear lenses offer category 0 UV protection.

YELLOW

Yellow lenses offer increased contrast to enhance vision and cut unwanted glare from artificial lights. This make it a perfect substitute to clear lenses in places where vision enhancement is required such as working outdoors at night under bright spotlights or in underground mines. Yellow lenses offer category 0 UV protection.

INDOOR/OUTDOOR

Lighter than smoke, the indoor/outdoor lens is ideal for workers who continually travel between indoors to outdoors.

RED REVO

This super cool looking colour is best suited for working outdoors during the day in sunny conditions as it provides maximum UV protection of category 3.

BLUE REVO

This super cool looking colour is best suited for working outdoors during the day in sunny conditions as it provides maximum UV protection of category 3.

SILVER REVO

This super cool looking colour is best suited for working outdoors during the day in sunny conditions as it provides maximum UV protection of category 3.

GOLD REVO

This super cool looking colour is best suited for working outdoors during the day in sunny conditions as it provides maximum UV protection of category 3.

POLARISED (SMOKE)

Polarised lenses are perfect for the outdoor worker who works all day in bright sunny conditions to prevent squinting and to ensure you can clearly see the job at hand. It provides maximum UV protection of category 3.

PHOTOCHROMIC (SMOKE)

Photochromic lenses are perfect for the worker who:

Works day and night, ensuring you always have the right coloured lens for the working conditions
Wants to avoid carrying multiple sets of glasses with them and changing between lens colours based on working conditions