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Radians Barrage Anti-Fog Shooting Glasses

Radians Barrage Anti-Fog Shooting Glasses - Dick's Sporting Goods
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  • Amber
  • Clear
  • Smoke
  • One Size

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Product Information:

Don't let fog get in the way of your shooting with the Radians® Barrage Shooting Glasses. Anti-fog lenses will prohibit the production of fog while the frame reduces the amount of bulk. Even with its light weight, the lenses meet ANSI Z87.1+ impact standards for exceptional protection when you need it most. A rubber temple insert and rubber nosepiece improves wearing comfort.

  • Rubber temple insert
  • Rubber nosepiece
  • Anti-fog lens
  • Meets ANSI Z87.1 + impact standards
  • Radians

Clear lenses:
  • Model: BE0611CS
  • Maximum light transmission for clarity
  • Ideal for indoor use and safety

Amber lenses:
  • Model: BE0641CS
  • Allows 84% visible light transmission
  • Ideal for low light conditions where contrast is low
  • Highlights and defines by blocking out blue light

Smoke lenses:
  • Model: BE0621CS
  • Allows 16% visible light transmission
  • Ideal for bright, sunny days
  • Shows objects true color and flattens light for normal depth perception
  • Maximum glare reduction and eye-strain reduction
Country of Origin: Taiwan
Web ID: 13155003

Customer Reviews:

Radians Barrage Anti-Fog Shooting Glasses 5 5 2 2
nice product Nice fit and seem sturdy. Amber color gathers light for a nice field of view. With my scorecard points the price was night January 24, 2015
great value These glasses are a great value and are stylish enough to wear as every day sun glasses. They are a little tight at the temples, but an optometrist can adjust them. Maybe I just have a fat head... December 31, 2014
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