ESS Eyepro introduced the new Crowbar protective eye wear at SHOT Show. The frames come in three different color options (Terrain Tan, Black with Subdued Logo and Black with Silver Logo) and seven different lens options.
The Crowbar features a frameless bottom lens design and a lens gate that allows for quick lens exchanges. The lens material is made from a military-grade polycarbonate that will provide crisp view and a broad range of ballistic protection.
For 2014, Oakley has announced the Oakley Prizm shooting glasses. The Prizm was developed with assistance from the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit in the development of the lens. The new Target Red (TR) lens assists the shooter in enhancing targets against a variety of background, specifically dirt and foliage. Oakley states that the new TR lenses reduce eye fatigue, assist in acquiring target identification faster, and enhances confidence. Three ballistic lens variations are included and the Prizm package retails from $150.00-$250.00, depending on the frame choice.
Eye Safety Systems (ESS) has announced their new for 2014 eyewear, the Rollbar Tactical. The Rollbar Tactical has Mil-Spec ballistic rated lenses and has 3 sets of lenses included in Clear, Smoke Grey, and Mirrored Copper. There are a total of 5 shades/colors of lenses currently available and Polarized lenses can be expected mid-Spring 2014. The ESS logo on the arms of the glasses are also available in a subdued option for tactical operations. The Rollbar Tactical retails for $115.