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    Safety glasses

    March 1, 2011

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    Cobra safety glasses have a high-contour, single-piece lens with 180-degree distortion-free viewing. The high-impact polycarbonate lens features anti-fog/anti-scratch coatings on both sides and offers 99.99 percent UVA and UVB light absorption. The glasses feature an interchangeable strap and temple design, along with foam inserts.

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