Tactical glasses - which one to choose?

Tactical glasses - which one to choose?

Eye protection during ASG gameplay is a key issue. The tactical glasses you want to use should be certified. It would certainly be unpleasant to be hit with a plastic ball in a naked eyeball. That is why it is worth taking care of your own safety. It is what tactical glasses will provide us with. It is not worth saving on protecting your own health. Check the tactical glasses at Milworld.pl.

What for and why?

Airsoft is a lot of fun. Especially if we are in a group of good friends with whom the fun is always great. Good tactical glasses will protect our eyes from flying balls. A plastic ball, when fired from a distance, can only cause redness. However, at a closer distance, it can all end up much worse. Especially in the face area.

No other solutions, such as ski glasses, will help. Of course, minor injuries cannot be avoided. They are included in the risk of an ASG duel.

Which and how to choose?

If this is the beginning of our airsoft fun, it is worth considering even a slightly cheaper solution. The most important is the EN166 standard, which indicates that the product is certified for resistance to mechanical damage. If we are sure that the material from which the glasses are made will cope with the rushing ball, you can pay attention to other amenities. An important aspect is face fit. So that the ball flying at a certain angle does not get into our eyeball. If you are concerned that the glasses may slip off your face, then it is better to invest in a headband that will keep them on your head.

The glasses may differ in appearance. Some have full frames, while others only hold the lenses from the top. The comfort of wearing glasses is much higher than that of goggles. First of all, because they do not compress the head and are characterized by better air circulation. Thanks to this, the use of sights is much easier and more effective.

You should also look at what markings are on the tactical glasses. These are the parameters that indicate the quality and durability of the device::

  • symbols A, B, F or S define mechanical strength,
  • numbers 3, 4, 5, 8, 9 define the area of application,
  • symbols T, K, N, H define additional features, such as resistance to high velocity particles at extreme temperatures, resistance to damage by fine particles, resistance to fogging and a model of glasses designed for a small head.

Tactical glasses on Milworld.pl

In our store you will find a wide selection of glasses intended for ASG gameplay. Below we present a few models that are reliable and durable.

Tinted Swiss Eye tactical glasses, model Infantry. Equipped with polycarbonate glass. Thanks to this, they are resistant to evaporation and scratching. In addition, they meet the EN1836 and STANAG 2920 standards and protect against UVA, UVB, UVC radiation. An adjustable strap on an elastic band allows you to adjust them to the shape of your head. The Infantry model will work well under a helmet.

High-class Bolle Silium + tactical glasses. The frame is made of polycarbonate and TPR material. The transparent glasses, on the other hand, are made of polycarbonate. This model is equipped with the Anti-Fog and Anti Scratch functions. This means that they do not fog up and have a scratch-resistant coating. The glasses are light and comfortable to wear. The nose is covered with a material that protects it from sliding off. Most importantly, they have EN166 and EN170 standards - they comply with the European standard covering the requirements for eye protection.

Swiss Eye tactical sunglasses with anti-fogging polycarbonate lenses. The glasses hold well to the face and properly protect the eyes. They are well suited to ASG gameplay by the EN166 standard. An additional advantage is protection against UVA, UVB and UVC radiation. The set includes a microfiber cover.

Viper tinted glasses from Swiss Eye. In addition, made of unbreakable polycarbonate. The frame is made of a durable type of nylon. The AntiScratch coating prevents scratches and extends the life of the glasses. The rimless design increases the field of view. It is a model that combines tactical glasses and sunglasses. The elastic band, which is included in the set, prevents the whole from slipping during dynamic movements. They have the following markings: 5-3.1, 1, F, CE and EN166.

Swiss Eye NET tactical glasses. The construction with foam lining inside guarantees high wearing comfort. The NET model is resistant to deformation. The lenses are made of polycarbonate material, which makes them unbreakable. In addition, the AntiFog and AntiScratch coatings prevent excessive evaporation and scratching. Standards EN166, EN12312-1 and ANSI Z87.1 indicate proper eye protection against mechanical damage.

The presented examples are suitable for use during ASG. It is a good alternative to tactical goggles. Balisric glasses are much lighter and more comfortable. Especially during long-term use. Remember that safety comes first!

Author: Jakub Dobrzyński

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