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Coyote Tactical Eyewear Kit

Coyote Tactical Eyewear Kit

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Coyote Tactical Sunglasses

Whether you're a military member who needs eye protection on the range or a worker who needs eye protection at work, this Coyote Tactical Eye Protection Kit is something you'll want to invest in. Made of plastic and polycarbonate, this coyote colored frame is extremely durable. Designed with versatility in mind, these coyote goggles can be worn with prescription lenses if you need them or with the shatterproof 2 mm smoke, yellow, and clear lenses that come with this eye protection kit.

Working in all types of weather conditions will be no problem when you're wearing these coyote goggles that feature UV 400 protection to shield your eyes from even the tiniest UV rays. This tactical eye protection kit comes with a cleaning pouch and a small soft carry case with a hook and loop attachment for your belt loop. Order this Coyote Tactical Eyewear Kit to protect your eyes while you're working!

Coyote Tactical Eye Protection Kit Features:

  • Plastic and Polycarbonate Coyote colored frame
  • Comes with prescription lens insert
  • Shatterproof 2 mm Polycarbonate smoke lenses (also includes yellow and clear lenses)
  • UV 400 Protection
  • Cleaning pouch, soft carry case and with belt loops and hook included

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