CLEVELAND — If your job leaves you exposed to any kind of wetness or debris being thrown into your face, you need protection — from the sun, from impact, from splash — and even from dangerous, temporarily impaired vision caused by your eye protection fogging up.
These combined hazards require a combined solution. Enter the Vader Combo from Brass Knuckle®. Vader Combo is our vented goggle with a face shield —providing one-of-a-kind facial protection; a splash goggle with integral face shield that combines full-face impact and wetness protection with unparalleled anti-fog properties.
Brass Knuckle offers high quality, high-value safety products sold through their network of distributors, enabling them to deliver superior safety solutions at a lower cost.
With D3 droplet and splash protection rating, the aqua-green splash goggle features a roomy, over-the-glasses design, with reverse venting for comfort and soft rubber seals around the nose, eyes and brow for a comfortable, custom fit. The face-covering impact shield is an integral piece to the goggle, instead of attaching to a hard hat, ensuring Vader Combo moves where your head moves while keeping the protective cover closer to the face, therefore allowing less splash back.
Vader Combo is 99.9 percent UV protection-rated for outdoor wear and offers impact protection via goggles designed with an ANSI-rated, polycarbonate lens with a hard coating.
Brass Knuckle has gone the extra mile with Vader Combo, offering not only maximum splash protection but also advanced anti-fog properties, by protecting the goggles with the company’s proprietary N-FOG™ coating. N-FOG exceeds the European EN 166/168 standard, lasting 15 times longer than the minimum set forth by that standard. If your job includes swinging temperature extremes or any kind of wet or moist conditions, Vader Combo offers unparalleled protection.
Vader Combo is an ideal choice for workers in construction, water and sewer work, power washing, concrete work, grinding applications, and more.
For more information, visit www.brassknuckleprotection.com.