New slim-line goggles from VISIONSafe


Cumbersome protective goggles are now a thing of the past.

VISIONSafe has developed a slim-line, dual lens goggle with all the eye protection of a larger goggle without the bulk.

Offering AS/NZS 1337 medium impact protection and 99.9 per cent blockage of UV rays, the Flex 440 Goggle has a super flexible frame that is lined with soft SPR foam for extra comfort and a superb personal fit.

This robust goggle is ideally suited to dusty environments as the foam acts as a seal to exclude small particulates. The elasticized headband ensures the goggle remains securely against the face.

The attractive transparent blue frame has a moulded nose bridge, no metal parts and the band is easily adjusted using pull-tabs on the side.

Flex has polycarbonate anti fog lenses and is available in either clear or smoke.

Ph: 08 9295 0624

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