For a vintage flair with modern protection, wear retro style safety glasses. These traditional ANSI Z87.1 rated eyewear styles looked good on your grandpa and will look good on you. The styles span from the 1950s through the 1990s. When a classic style becomes iconic, why change anything?
For durable eye protection that meets ANSI Z87.1 standards, shop our new line of Full Source safety glasses. This collection of economical safety glasses includes four different series. The series are the Spinyback, Orbweaver, Meshweaver, and Stripedleg. We offer glasses starting at only 99 cents each.
Sources of glare include water, roadways or other solid/shiny surfaces. With light reflecting off of these surfaces creates trouble for the eyes. Polarized safety glasses can help minimize some of that glare to get the job done.
Related Safety Glasses
Safety glasses are the most common and widely-worn type of protective eyewear. They are similar to reading glasses but create a barrier around the eye that blocks dust, dirt, and debris from causing potential injuries. And they are most often worn at construction sites, factories, laboratories, and other environments where there is a risk of eye injury. Most safety glasses meet ANSI Z87.1 safety ratings. Z87 eyewear is made with durable impact-resistant polycarbonate plastic material. Although it is lightweight, polycarbonate safety glasses are strong enough to prevent small projectiles and airborne debris from penetrating your eye. They conform to most job site safety requirements.
There are safety glasses styles for men and women. Select the frame and lens color combination that best suits your personal style. Some protective glasses like welding safety glasses require specific lens colors.
We have thousands of safety glasses in stock starting at just 99¢ each. Some safety glasses feature wraparound lenses that provide a sleek and comfortable fit. Protective polycarbonate lenses provide impact protection and block UVA/UVB rays.
ANSI Z87.1 styles are available from best-selling brands like MCR Safety, Elvex, Bullhead, Bolle, Radians, Uvex, and CrossFire.
Select from frame and lens styles like anti-fog, mirror lens, welding and polarized. There are also ballistic, bifocal, and metal frame safety glasses.
Safety glasses for women have feminine frames in colors like pink or patterns like Leopard print.