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Discussion in 'Industry Surveys & Polls' started by Lawn-Guy, Feb 28, 2009.
I wear stihl safety glasses, their comfortable and only $12 a pair.
I wear dewalt brand safety goggles part of the time over my prescription glasses the reason is simple during dry periods mowing hate all the grass that is in my eyes at end of day also great when mulching leaves
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These are one of those items that I personally must try on before purchasing...comfort is paramount. Hate it when the bottom edge touches my face...while too large of a gap here is also undesirable.
Safety glasses WILL get scratched over time so affordability is advantageous. Used to buy Ironman brand from Target, but at ~$20+ they got beat out by some ~$7 ones I found that a local electrical/lighting store carries. Both have UVA/B & shatterproof protection.
For leaf dust the pair of goggles I bought from Wolfsnout have proven themselves worthy. Nice comfortable seal to keep the dust out while the amber lens adds a nice contrast to the terrain. Obviously they pair well with Wolfsnout's breathing mask to further keep the dust out.
I wear BodyGaurds, tinted with Z87 safety rating. I buy them by the case at Fastenall, with the bulk discount it makes them under $4 a pair. I encourage all my guys to wear them, but a few of the younger ones think their designer shades do just as good of job, then complain with they get scratched.
I buy Safety Glasses (wrap-around type) at a local Oilfield supply and hardware store for about $6-$7 a pair. I have used this style glasses for the last 12 years (motorcycle touring). They work really well against wind, dust, rain, etc...!!!
I now use them for string trimming and cutting grass....
i use mike holmes safety glasses. they do an amazing job with staying on your head and wrap tightly around your eyes. i probably spent around $600-900 on expensive brands before i wised up and realized that i would keep losing them.
Polarized Safety Sunglasses.
Bought them this year and have been happy so far.
I wear polarized prada sunglasses, they are designed for sailing, but they cover my eyes well and at 158 dollars shipped they are extremely affordable. I even have another set of the exact same pair I use when I'm not working. they are in perfect condition. even my work pair are still in excellent condition. I used to wear cheap safety glasses but they aren't as comfortable and don't fit as well. being comfortable while working is key. so naturally I wear express jeans to work in and they are about 100 a pair and my asolo hiking boots i wear or my chippewa super loggers are about 220 a pair, safety is important to me.
these ones right there. plus they're made in italy, can't go wrong there.
Our goggles offer nose and cheek protection. When used in conjunction with our masks you get full mouth, nose and eye protection. The lenses are replaceable/changeable.
High quality polycarbonate permanent anti-fog,
anti-scratch, hard coat film, inside and out.
Lenses meet or exceed ANSI787,1-2003 & CE EN166
high velocity impact safety standards. UV400. These
goggles offer eye, cheek, and nose protection while
keeping debris out. They work perfect with or without
our mask to make your work day more positive.
Lenses available in Clear, Blue Smoke, and Bronze.
stihl or husqvarna safety/sunglasses. best of both worlds.