Swap Anti-fog Safety Glasses Double as Safety Goggles

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Swap safety eyewear is a glasses-to-goggle eyewear solution from Gateway Safety for those who need the benefits of both safety glasses and goggles in their work environment. The cost-effective eyewear lets employers purchase one item instead of two. Swap provides the comfort and style of a safety spectacle but with goggle-like protection. Swap easily fills both roles with a simple switch of the temples for the goggle head strap, which is included with each pair.

Lightweight and comfortable, Swap helps prevent fogging-a major problem for goggles and spectacles in humid environments and for jobs that require workers to move frequently from outdoor to indoor environments. Venting channels around the frame reduce the hot air buildup that causes fogging. In addition, all Swap lens colors come available with an anti-fog coating. The Swap lens is fully dipped into Gateway Safety's anti-fog formula, a process that coats both sides to help fight fog. The entire Swap frame is lined with soft foam that effectively blocks dust and debris.

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