The Romer 3 by Wiley X features Shatterproof Selenite, Polycarbonate lenses that conform to the MIL- PRF-32432(GL) ballistic standards, ANSI Z87.1 high-velocity, and high mass impact standards. The glasses are also compatible with US Federal OSHA 1910.133 (b)(1)(1) Standards. The wraparound design minimizes tunnel vision while giving a comfortable fit. The vertical ventilation system encourages airflow, minimizing fog. The comfortable rubber temple tips add comfort. This full-rim frame comes with an interchangeable lens so that you can use the same glasses for all kinds of light conditions. Smokey grey lenses will minimize glare reduction, while the clear lenses offer precise color value with maximum light transmission. The Wiley X Romer is an ideal choice for bikers and cyclists.
Shatterproof Selenite, Polycarbonate lenses
Meet the MIL- PRF-32432(GL) ballistic standards
Conforms to ANSI Z87.1 safety standards
Compliant to US Federal OSHA 1910.133 (b)(1)(1) Standards.
100% protection from UV/UVB rays
T shell lens coating
Smokey grey lenses provide glare reduction
Clear lenses offer precise color value
Rubber temple tips
Double injected rubber nose pads
Night Vision Goggles (NVG) compatible
- Gender Unisex
- Material Plastic
- Shape Wrap
- Style Sport
- Rim Full Rim
- Age Adult
- Manufacturer WileyX
To ensure your frames fit perfectly, you first have to determine which size frames are best for you. The best place to start is with the measurements on a pair you already own. You know those little numbers on the inside of its temple? That's what you're looking for. The frame measurements appear in the following order: lens width, bridge width, and temple length.
To find frame width, measure the front of the frame from screw to screw
Temple length is the measurement in millimeters of the ‘arms' of the frame. This measurement does not vary as much as the others, with 135mm, 140mm, 145mm, and 150mm being the most common options.
Lens Height and Width
Lens height is the distance from the top of a lens to the bottom. Lens Width is the distance from the left side of a lens to the right side.