CLEVELAND — Sometimes, a seemingly otherworldly development comes along that rewrites performance standards and shatters expectations. The Brass Knuckle Vader Goggle (BKGOG- 2010N) doesn’t come from the far reaches of space (the U.S., actually), but it might as well be an alien concept when compared to more traditional eye protection.
The Vader Goggle looks like it should be tearing up the slopes; yet, it’s made to keep out splash and maintain vision in the toughest work environments. Made with exclusive BK-Anti-FOG coating, a durable anti-scratch treatment, and D3-rated for droplet and splash protection, Vader is as efficient and hardworking as the people who wear it.
Brass Knuckle’s BK-Anti-FOG exceeds the EN 166/168 standard for a long-lasting, fog-free view in even the most demanding conditions. Washable and durable, BK-Anti-FOG protection lasts much longer than competitors’ anti-fog treatments, dispersing water molecules across the surface of the lens to restrict moisture buildup.
With its wide 180-degree peripheral vision and face coverage, the Vadar is also roomy enough to wear over most prescription eyeglasses. The only material that touches the face is an ultra-soft conditioned rubber that forms the splash shield.
Further maintaining clear vision is the Vader’s reverse-engineered venting system, promoting directional airflow across the inside surface of the lens and further reducing the potential for moisture buildup. The durable polycarbonate lens provides 99.9% UVA/UVB/UVC protection to help prevent eye damage.
Vader meets demanding industry test requirements (ANSI Z87.1+, EN166K, EN166N, EN166UV) and meets or exceeds AS/NZS 1337.1:2010 for eye and face protection.