Removable full eye seal protects against dust and dirt in extreme conditions. Indirect venting improves airflow and reduces fogging. Clear eyewire delivers exceptional peripheral vision. Flex finger bridge comforms to any nasal profile. Nylon construction is lightweight for long lasting comfort and resilient under extreme conditions. Includes adjustable strap and storage case. The optimum in performance and value. Leader/OnGuard is the industry's most innovative and expansive line of Rx safety eyewear. Meets ANSI Z87-2+ (USA) and CSA Z94.3 (Canada) standards. 2 year limited warranty. Available in one size: A: 58/15. See FAQ for eyesize information. Full seal is available as a replacement part (comes with full frame). Strap also available as a replacement part (comes with frame).
Note: This is for prescription only. Does not come with non-prescription safety lenses.
For brand information and warranty information, see the Hilco Leader Brand page.
Most popular prescription lenses listed. Prescription lens prices quoted are for a pair of lenses with prescriptions up to 6.00 diopters cylinder, up to 2.00 diopter cylinder. Higher prescriptions will incur additional power charges. For other lens options such as specialty photochromic lenses, and more, see prescription information page. No prescription limitations. Estimated time frame for prescription: 7 to 10 working days. Note: Only polycarbonate or Trivex lenses can be inserted into these frames to meet the ANSI safety standard. Any coatings will add 3-5 days to timeline.
It depends. Hilco re-designed this frame about a year ago so it does have a removable bridge now that can be replaced. But if you have the older model where the bridge is glued on, it is not replaceable.
If you do have the type where the bridge snaps off and is replaceable, it is $6 for a new bridge. You would need to order 10 to get a 10% discount. by Pablo
on January 13, 2016 08:00:00
Sorry, unfortunately they don't sell this with "Plano" non-prescription lenses. We can custom make "Plano" lenses but they will be $90. If you wanted to do this, you would need to mail those back to us as the lenses have to be safety tested installed into the frame. by Joie
on March 3, 2015 08:00:00