A new pair of durable and flexible eyewear has just hit the shooting market from Oakley Standard Issue. The new SI Ballistic HNBL eyewear from Oakley Standard Issue promises to be both high impact resistant and low profile enough to be used with the rest of your gear without issue. The new glasses feature Mil-Spec 32432A and ANSI Z87.1 impact standard and will have an MSRP of $166 putting them at about the same cost as other premium shooting eyewear currently on the market.
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New SI Ballistic HNBL Eyewear Announced by Oakley Standard Issue
We are proud to introduce HNBL to our community and look forward to introducing this level of performance to the field. The HNBL platform’s versatility allows users in the most demanding environments a single solution [that] addresses the need for eyewear performance both on and off the job.”
– Erick Poston, Senior Director of Oakley SI
The SI Ballistic HNBL eyewear was optimized for performance and a low-profile design. The glasses are made from stress-resistant O-Matter frame material and come in a variety of frame sizes for a comfortable fit. The HNBL is also fully compatible with a wide variety of bump and ballistic helmets including the MICH, ACH, PASGT, CVC, Team Wendy, Crye, and of course Ops-Core. The SI Ballistic HNBL will also be available with a variety of optional lenses made from Plutonite which is Oakley’s high purity optical-grade polycarbonate material used for their High Definition Optics with Polaric Ellipsoid Geometry. Each of these lenses can be easily swapped out using the HNBL’s tool-free quick snap lens change design.
The new glasses will be available at an MSRP starting at $166.00 and will be available both in prescription-ready configurations as well as the high-quality PRIZM Lens Technology. The frames will be available in either Matte Black or Terrain Tan. For more information, you can visit the oakleysi.com website and sign up to become a member where you can get access to their full lineup of products at dedicated member pricing as well as to have access to exclusive product releases. What are your thoughts on these new glasses? Let us know down in the comments.
New SI Ballistic HNBL Eyewear Announced by Oakley Standard IssueThe Firearm Blog is written by Luke C. for www.thefirearmblog.com