COMBAT

Modularity & Performance

.74Oz

Outdoor

Platinum

The newest generation of hybrid ballistic spectacles, STANAG 4296 and MIL-PRF-31013 certified, COMBAT protective glasses with coating provide unique adaptability thanks to their easy-to-change monolens in clear, smoke and Copper Flash versions and their dual temple/strap system (with or without foam).
+ Ergonomic temples compatible with communications systems and ballistics helmets
+ Ultra wrap-around fit frame
+ PLATINUM coating
Technical
Information
Weight
.74 Oz
Frame type
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Frame shape
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frame base
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frame material
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frame color
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lens material
POLYCARBONATE
lens color
SMOKE
lens coating
PLATINUM
technology
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strap material
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ballistic resistance
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standards
ANSI Z87.1-2010
Supplied With
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Lens dimension (A)
Lens dimension (B)
bridge dimension
temple dimension
LENS MARKING
+U6 L3

Crown

z87+

u6l3

Crown

Manufacturer identification Bollé Safety.

Z87+

Impact Rated Plano.

U6L3

UV filter and Scale Number (Scale ranges from 2 to 6 – the higher the number the highest protection from far and near UV).
Visible light filter and Scale Number (Scale ranges from 1.3 to 10 – lower numbers providing greater light transmittance).

PLATINUM - The Ultimate protection against fog & scratch

In order to give your best during each of your duties, it is essential to have confidence in your safety equipment. Because your vision is the guarantee of your precision and your movements, your visual comfort must be assured at all times.

PLATINUM is a high-end technology developed to provide anti-fog and anti-scratch performance in the most extreme environments. Our innovative coating is applied to both sides of the lens to provide maximum protection for your eyes. Imitated but not equaled, our exclusive PLATINUM coating exceeds the expectations of the most rigorous international standards.

Lens marking:

PLATINUM - The Ultimate protection against fog & scratch
Protection oculaire

PROTECTION

IN SIGHT

Tactical situations cover a wide range of environments that present a variety of risks to the eyes. These include military, law enforcement, and rescue operations as well as recreational activities. Not only are eyes are the most fragile and vulnerable part of the body but the vision is a crucial component to survival.