Changing glasses when moving from indoors to outside in the sun can be a real pain. But there’s a solution…
Photochromic Safety Glasses: The Hot New Thing
Photochromic safety glasses, or transition safety glasses, turn from clear to gray or brown when you go from indoors to sunlight outside. They’re great all-around safety eyewear for use in a wide range of conditions, from indoors, to out in the blazing sun, to working at night.
If you need ANSI-approved safety glasses and work in a variety of conditions, transition safety glasses are a good choice for you. They offer all the safety and benefits of a standard pair of impact-resistant ANSI A87-approved safety glasses, with the versatility of being sunglasses when you need them and standard clear glasses when you don’t.
Here’s why photochromic safety glasses have become so popular, and what you should know about them before you order:
- Photochromic safety glasses, also known as transition safety glasses, turn from clear to gray or brown when you move out into the sun.
- Photochromic safety glasses are impact-resistant polycarbonate safety glasses that are OSHA-approved, ANSI Z87 safety glasses.
- Photochromic safety glasses come in several frame styles including popular wraparounds.
- Transition safety glasses will only tint in direct sunlight. This means that, behind the windshield of a car and in sunlight passing through most windows, your glasses will remain clear.
- Transition safety glasses turn a medium darkness, making them perfect for all but the most sensitive eyes.
If you’ve never used photochromic safety glasses before, you are missing out on a seriously versatile piece of protective equipment. Lightweight, impact-resistant, and solidly-built, our photochromic safety glasses are the perfect choice for most people working in varying conditions.
Our transition safety glasses are used on some of the largest job sites in the country by some of the largest construction crews. They feature our exclusive frame styles and high-quality photochromic, impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses.
If you have questions about our photochromic safety glasses or what’s right for you, give us a call or leave a comment below! We’d love to help you decide if these are right for you.