Debris Shields Eye Protectors

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by ron, May 29, 2001.

  1. ron

    ron LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 312

    Hey I have always had trouble with debris blowing into my face and eyes I have tryied those funny looging safety glasses but I still get sand etc in my eyes while using my supper z rider what do you use to keep the sand etc out of your eyes,,,,
     
  2. SMB

    SMB LawnSite Senior Member
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    Check out www.cheaperthandirt.com they have a lot of Army surplus, etc., and they also have some sealed goggles.
     
  3. ron

    ron LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 312

    cool thanks for that info
     
  4. toroboy

    toroboy LawnSite Member
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    GET SOME OAKLEYS THERE NICE SUNGLASSES AND DURABLE AND THEY HAVE A GOOD WARRENTY SO IF THEY BREAK WHICH U WIOLL PROBABLY FIND OUT BEFORE THE WARRENTY IS UP TAKE THEM BACK. I HOPE THIS HELPS!!!:D
     
  5. Cutter1

    Cutter1 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,251

    I use the oakley eyejackets. With the gold irridium lenses. Makes for great cutting all day including mornings and evenings. Also they are safety goggles. :) Atleast my accountant said so!!
     
  6. Vibe Ray

    Vibe Ray LawnSite Senior Member
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    Just use Safety GOGGLES instead of sfaety glasses.....and make sure they have anti-fog vents or they will do no good!
     
  7. joshua

    joshua LawnSite Bronze Member
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    toroboy, i use oakleys as well as safty glasses, look good,and cover all my eyes and don't let dust or grass in. make sure to get the clear glass for cloudy days so you can see, as well as the dark for sunny days.
     
  8. Grapevine

    Grapevine LawnSite Member
    Posts: 126

    Call Direct Safety @ 800-528-7405 for a catologue. They have a great selection of safety glasses that look like Oakleys at about $6.00 a pair. Don't spend $90.00 on a pair of sunglasses that will scratched up from rocks and debris flying up from weedwhacking. Buy 5 or 6 pair at a time and give them to anyone who's working for you.
     

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