The Wiley X SG-1 features a sleek and stylish design with detachable temples. The attachable strap provides easy conversion from glasses to goggles. The frame is made from impact-resistant plastic that conforms to MIL- PRF-32432(GL) ballistic standards, ANSI Z87.1 high-velocity and high mass impact standards, and US Federal OSHA 1910.133 (b)(1)(1) Standards. The vertical ventilation system encourages airflow, minimizing fog. The comfortable rubber temple tips add comfort. This full-rim frame comes with an interchangeable bezel system so that you can customize it for different light conditions. Smokey grey lenses provide glare reduction without color distortion, suitable for bright/glare conditions. And the clear lenses offer precise color value with maximum light transmission. So, Wiley X SG is ideal safety glasses for both work and sports.
Shatterproof Selenite, Polycarbonate lenses
Compliant with MIL- PRF-32432(GL) ballistic standards
Meets ANSI Z87.1 high impact standards and
Conforms to US Federal OSHA 1910.133 (b)(1)(1) Standards.
Protects from UV/UVB rays
T shell lens coating
Smokey grey lenses provide glare reduction
Clear lenses offer precise color value
Night Vision Goggles (NVG) compatible
Foil TM lens for anti-fog protection.
- Rim Full Rim
- Material Plastic
- Manufacturer WileyX
- Shape Aviator
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.