Wiley X Peak Sunglasses

When you play hard, your eyewear had better play harder. The Peak is perfect for activities that work up a sweat, with rubber nose grips that ensure a snug fit. This newest member of the Active Series collection meets stringent ANSI safety standards, protecting wearers against a wide range of dangers found indoors and out. Optical-quality lenses not only reduce eye fatigue, they provide clear, distortion-free vision for a wide range of activities. These stylish, yet understated sunglasses provide wearers with excellent coverage and a superior field of view. Gear up with high velocity protection that looks good in the wild or out.

Features

  • Meets and exceeds ANSI Z87.1 high velocity impact safety and optical standards
  • Frames and lenses must withstand the weight of a 1.1 lb. pointed projectile dropped from a height of 50"
  • Virtually indestructible Triloid nylon frames
  • Rated as OSHA grade occupational protective eyewear
  • Shatterproof Selenite polycarbonate lenses
  • Lenses block 100% of UVA and UVB rays (up to 400 nanometers)
  • T-Shell lens coating resists scratching in extreme environments
  • Polarized versions feature Filter 8 lenses that combine eight layers of technology for 100% polarization
  • Filter 8 features (2) Slick hydrophobic coatings, (2) Selenite polycarbonite lenses, (2) T-Shell scratch-resistant layers, (1) Violet 4 anti-reflective coating, (1) Filter 8 polarized film layer (polarized lenses only)
  • Silver Flash (Smoke Gray) lenses: one of the darker lenses offered by Wiley X has multi-coat, Z-Oxide mirror over smoke lenses. Excellent on bright days while reducing glare. Light transmission: 12%
  • Polarized Amber lenses: greatly reduces High Energy Visible light and haze, improves contrast and depth perception. Ideal for fishing, golf, tennis. Light transmission: 14%
  • Polarized Blue Mirror (Green) lenses: multi-coat green lenses. Absorbs reflections across mirror surface, diminishes glare. Ideal for bright conditions. Light transmission: 12%
  • Transmission percentage describes the amount (or rate) of light that will pass through the lenses into the eyes
  • Rx lens-compatible