BRIGADE® Protective Eyewear – Radians™ Crossfire


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  • Vented rubber nosepiece
  • Lightweight half-frame design
  • Scratch-resistant lens
  • 99.9% UVA/UVB Protection
  • Complies with ANSI Z87.1 standards
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SKU: cf-17312-1734-1731-1733 Categories: , Tags: ,
1734 - 1734 Clear lens, matte black frame
10 in stock
1733 - 1733 Silver mirror lens, shiny black/red frame
6 in stock
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The mirror lens options (1733, 17312) are specifically ideal for intensely bright outdoor environments. Ideal for construction, roadwork and landscapers. Fantastic protection, vented nosepiece and lightweight.

Just like all other Radians Crossfire™ safety glasses, this product provides 99.9% UV protection & complies with ANSI Z87.1 standards.

Radians™ Crossfire safety eyewear combine safety, style and functionality into a seamless pair of eye protection. The eyewear is divided into seven (7) categories: All-purpose, Polarized, Performance, Foam-lined, OTG, Pink frames and Bi-focal

ANSI Z87.1

The ANSI Z87.1 safety standard requires eye protection to protect the wearer against specific hazards like impact, chemical or radiation.

All certified ANSI Z87.1 safety products must pass a number of high-mass, high-velocity and side impact tests.

Certified eye-wear cannot split, tear, fracture or in any way allow a projectile to pass through the glasses and into the wearer’s eyes or face.



Additional information

Mpn1734, 1731, 1733, 17312
Weight0.5 lbs
Dimensions3 × 7 × 3 in


1734 Clear lens, matte black frame, 1731 Smoke lens, matte black frame, 1733 Silver mirror lens, shiny black/red frame, 17312 Gold mirror lens, black frame


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