The Edge Kazbek Convertible comes with a goggle strap that allows the wearer to switch from safety glass to safety goggle conveniently. The wraparound frame provides a broader range of protection as well as a sweet look.
Most situations can be handled with Standard Anti-Fog, but for extreme environments, Edge Eyewear developed a revolutionary anti-fog technology called Vapor Shield. This special application is impervious to fog.
- Sleek wraparound frame, no side shield distortion
- Switch between temples or goggle strap
- Scratch resistant hard coat and vapor shield anti-fog polycarbonate lens
- 99.9% protection from UVA/UVB/UVC rays
- (1) Edge Kazbek frame
- (1) pair of temples
- (1) goggle strap
Tested in the following Conditions with no fogging:
- -44° for 15 minutes
- A transition from -44° to 36°
- A transition from -44° to 76°
- 125° with 80% humidity
- Width: 140 mm
- Lens Height: 50 mm
- Temple Length: 127 mm
Compliance: Certified ANSI Z87.1-2015 and Military Ballistic MCEPS GL-PD 10-12
I received these very fast in the mail. They look cool. I wanted them as anti-fog glasses & they are just that. On the minus side there are no instructions on how to change the glasses in the googles, I had to figure it out on my own. I accidentally dropped the glasses on to a concrete floor & there was a tiny speck of a scratch on the lens. However this did not ruin my view when wearing them. Good glasses over all and they are just that.
I have a relatively narrow nose and I had to cut out a significant amount of material from the frame and the nose pads to make these remotely comfortable. The rubber nose pad you can just see in the photo has stiff ridges which are very uncomfortable if the glasses are sitting on your forehead. Also, those rubber bits didn't pad my nose, instead the hard plastic frame pressed against the bonebridge of my nose on both sides. Immediately painful hotspot. After I modified this section they are not great, but good. If you have a VERY narrow nasal bone or you wear your glasses VERY high to the point where they just cover the bottom of your eye but completely cover your brow then these might work out of the box for you. I will say that they are far more attractive than the Wiley-X and other similar models.
I used a file and a very sharp knife to modify these if you want the style and don't mind making a few cuts... I would use a dremel, but I'm in afghanistan and don't have access to one...
I lost my old pair and came right back to get another! Anti-fog works very well, even when working in extreme humidity or cold. The rubber seal is a godsend for keeping sawdust out of your eyes when operating a chainsaw. The rubber seal also keeps your eyes warm when biking in freezing temps. Ballistic lenses offer peace of mind. The lenses are quite durable, and the price keeps me from worrying about them anyway. 1010