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ANSI High Velocity Impact

Frame and lens must withstand the impact of a 6.35 mm steel ball fired at 164,6 km/h. The lens must remain in the frame and is not to shatter. The frame must remain intact as well.

All our eyewear is ANSI tested.

ANSI High Mass Impact

Wiley X ANSI tested frames and lenses must withstand the weight of a 500 grams pointed projectile dropped from a height of 127 cm. This test pretty much ensures that they will stand up to anything you will encounter.

V0 Ballistic Test

Frame and lens must withstand a 3,8 mm projectiles fired at 700-720 km/h (spectacle). Goggles must withstand 5,56 mm projectiles fired at a rate of 594-612 km/h. This ensures our lenses and frames are practically indestructible.

EN.166 Standard

EN.166S (Safety glasses):
Frame and lens must withstand the impact of a 22 mm steel ball weighing 43 grams dropped from 1,3 meters at a speed of 18 km/h. The lens must remain in the frame and is not to shatter. The frame must remain intact as well.

EN.166F (Safety glasses):
Frame and lens must withstand the impact of a 6 mm steel ball weighing 0,86 gram fired at 162 km/h. The lens must remain in the frame and is not to shatter. The frame must remain intact as well.

EN.166B (Safety goggles):
Frame and lens must withstand the impact of a 6 mm steel ball weighing 0,86 gram fired at 432 km/h. The lens must remain in the frame and is not to shatter. The frame must remain intact as well.

ASTM F803 Standard

Our Young Force® sports eyewear for children and youngsters meets the stringent ASTM F803 Standard. To pass the High Velocity Impact Resistance test, as part of the ASTM F803 Standard, the frame and lens must withstand the impact of a 40 – 65.1 mm projectile fired at 150 km/h.

Furthermore the eyewear is tested on several other criteria such as Optical Performance, Refractive Tolerances, Astigmatism, Power Imbalance and Prism Deviation.

Impact Speed
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