Sunglass & Optical warehouse offers a complete range of lens designs and materials from the world’s leading eyewear companys that manufacture to meet the ANSI Z87.1-2003 standards.
Our lab utilizes the most modern equipment and processes available to ensure that our customers receive the highest quality and consistency possible. Our diverse supplier profile means we can provide the right lens for virtually any application, along with the latest technology in the optical industry. Every lens we make is manufactured to meet ANSI Z87.1 requirements, and will be made according to the standard.
We offer safety glass for work, tactical and sports by Rudy project, Smith, Wiley X, Spy and more. Wiley X exists because it recognizes the reality that today’s lifestyles pose constant threats to eye health. Wiley X products are put through rigorous testing in order to be ANSI Z87. Number 1 rated, and in the case of some styles, the military’s stringent Ballistic VO impact certification. However, eye protection for everyday life only works if people want to wear it. That’s why Wiley X remains committed to creating stylish eyewear desirable for virtually any occasion. Wiley X ultra protective eyewear and gloves use the world’s most durable and lightweight materials: shatterproof Selenite polycarbonate lenses with scratch resistant T-Shell Hardcoat and virtually indestructible Triloid nylon frames. Not to mention, flame resistant materials. Wiley X: one of the premium performance sunwear manufacturers whose entire line is ANSI safety rated.
If you want to look great and be safe, come look at our full selection of Gargoyles. The mission is simple: protect your eyes, at all costs. From the very beginning, they deployed the latest research and innovations into their sunglasses, transforming the industry in the process. Today, every pair of Gargoyles combines the legacy of yesterday with the technology of today, providing protection and pinpoint optics in sunglasses built to last. Gargoyles provides protection from both the sun and unexpected projectiles. U.S. soldiers put themselves in harm’s way every day, and the equipment they wear must provide them as much protection as possible. When the U.S. Army needed a higher level of protection from their sunglasses, it sought out experts in the field of optics. ANSI created new high-mass and high-velocity impact standards based on this new market need and on the necessity of having regulation and consistent quality. The US sunglass industry uses the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as the governing body and rating system for sunglasses.All Gargoyles Z87.1+-rated sunglasses meet or exceed high mass and high velocity impact standards as specified by ANSI.