TAÏPAN "R" DARK yellow screen Universal glasses
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Professional ballistic glasses TAÏPAN "R" DARK yellow screen
"R" means Reinforced: New model with reinforced branches on the pivots.
This very light model ( 35 grams ) in yellow screen anti-UV 400 allows you to evolve in low light :
By cloudy (or simply without sun), in forest / building due to its glass technology that increase the brightness and accentuates the contours of forms. From professionals shooting in cell to athletes who does not want to be bothered by a lack of light, this shade meets the needs of all. A product also intended for driving at night, dawn and evening, thanks to its anti-glare lighthouses.
Category of use : Suitable for :
- Professional / Amateur and sportive Ballistic protection
- protection of industrial and amateur works
- Sport : trail running, mountain biking, etc.
- Night driving to increase brightness. More comfortable
Very good resistance against fogging.
TAÏPAN standarts : CE EN166 FT and ANSI Z87.1 / 2C-1,2 FTKN CE
This model covers the eyes very well and prevents the projectile coming from 3/4 back, thanks, first, to its screen going to the temples, second, to its large branches.
Accessories coming soon :
- optical insert Lens correction adapter
Current product content :
- Ballistic glasses TAÏPAN
- Microfiber pouch
Maintenance and use:
As the screen is already treated against fogging, do not wash it with dishwashing liquid. Just pass your micro fiber over to wipe your screen. The screen treated and the natural ventilation should warn you a maximum against the arrival of the fog.
General Reminder: A pair of glasses remains fragile. It is very important when you are not using your product, that it be stored safely in its hard case.
Universal laws to delay the the fog glasses: Make sure during use, not to have eyebrows in direct contact with the screen. Otherwise they bring directly sweat (with its acidity) coming from the forehead, on the glass. The formation of the fog come very quickly. To avoid having eyebrows in contact with the screen, you need to create a space between the two by playing with the noze-pad of your glasses or with the screen inclination thanks to the height of the branches above the ears.