Edge Tactical Eyewear for Shooters


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It has been 14 years since Edge Eyewear became the first company to bring designer-quality, safety rated sunglasses to the market. Since 1998, Edge has innovated numerous technologies and is known for upscale designs – their new tactical line is no exception. Edge Tactical Eyewear debuted at the Las Vegas SHOT Show in 2012 and is currently managed by two former U.S. Armed Forces personnel.

Edge Tactical Eyewear was strategically designed to give operators comfort and style while providing complete eye protection. With 13 frames available, including an XL fit and three thin temple options for use with headsets, all models meet MIL-SPEC uniform standards for military and law enforcement professionals. Frames are coated with a durable matte finish, have subdued markings, and use non-mirrored lenses that eliminate glare.

To enhance the optical experience, Edge Tactical lenses are coated with a revolutionary, military grade anti-fog layer called Vapor Shield. Whether exposed to hot, cold, or humid conditions, Vapor Shield minimizes the surface tension for water, resulting in a lens that is impervious to fog. To ensure longevity, lenses are triple-coated with a scratch resistant finish, and all frames are made with a flexible and durable TR90/Nylon material.

All Edge Tactical glasses provide 99.9% UV protection and are tested in independent laboratories to assure their compliance with ANSI Z87.1+2010 and Military Ballistic MCEPS GL-PD 10-12 standards. Learn more at edge-eyewear.com/tactical/.

About Edge Eyewear

Edge Eyewear is a brand of Wolf Peak International, Inc., an exclusive designer and manufacturer of safety-rated industrial, military, tactical, sporting, driving and fashion eyewear. Learn more at http://edge-eyewear.com/



  1. I am wondering if the Laser in the article is a green laser or a red? I do not know anything about them but read that one is much easier to see in daylight but demands much more power, and consequently is rarely put of guns.

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