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    Safety glasses

    October 1, 2011

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    Cat safety eyewear features anti-fog and anti-scratch coatings, as well as ventilation systems. Cat frames are ergonomically designed to flex-fit the worker’s individual facial shape. Temple lengths and angles can be individually adjusted and snap-locked into position for security. Frame materials are tested to resist chemicals and impact from particles. Tips and bridges are non-slip.

    Inspecs USA

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