NOT ONE EYE LOST.
NO, NOT ONE.
Edge Eyewear is committed to improving eye safety by creating designer, safety-rated eyewear that merges cutting-edge fashion with emerging technologies to provide a premium user experience.
According to the CDC and Department of Labor, there are over 10,000 eye injuries in North America every day. Approximately 2,000 of these injuries require medical treatment and 3–5 days off work. Perhaps even more shocking is that 63% of all eye injuries happen away from work—at home and during recreational activities. To decrease these statistics, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Military Combat Eye Protection Systems (MCEPS) created rigorous impact and optical tests to determine the quality and effectiveness of safety eyewear. Edge Eyewear glasses are independently tested by the accredited for compliance with CSA, ANSI/ISEA and MCEPS standards.
Designed to accomodate a variety of facial and nose bridge structures by bending the flexible nose piece to create a perfect fit.
Safety rated Fit Over RX glasses comfortably fit over most prescription eyeglasses to ensure safe, clear vision.
Available in removable and permanent styles, allows for a sealed fit to prevent airborne debris from entering the eye area.
Edge Eyewear offers an XL fit which is 22mm wider at the temples, providing a comfortable option for larger head sizes.
Although UVA rays are the least intense, they account for more than 90% of UV radiation reaching the earth and remain constant throughout the year. Exposure to high levels of this light without the proper lens filtration may cause damage to all layers of the cornea.
UVB rays are the main cause of sunburn and are strongest in the Summer. Permanent retina or lens damage can result from exposure to high levels of this light without proper lens filtration.
The most harmful type of ultraviolet radiation comes from UVC rays. The ozone layer keeps most of the sun's UVC radiation from reaching earth, but some man-made UV sources, such as welders and cutting torches, emit these hazardous rays. Exposure to high levels of this light without proper eye protection may result in photokeratitis, often referred to as "welder's flash".
Edge Eyewear pioneered the world's first true military grade Anti-Fog called Vapor Shield. This permanent anti-fog techology is impervious to steam, vapor and condensation even in the most extreme conditions and temperatures. Vapor Shield lenses have passed lab tests transitioning between -44°F (-42°C) and 76°F (24°C) and environments with 80% humidity at 125°F (52°C) with no fogging.
In 1999, Edge Eyewear pioneered the world’s first polarized lens for safety glasses. This technology can be compared to horizontal blinds where slats create a filtering layer that blocks glare from above and reflected light from below, allowing only direct light rays to enter. This reduced glare is ideal for environments with bright sun, snow, water, or sand.
Blue light has short wavelengths, which cause the eye to focus too far in front of the retina. The result is a blue blur that can cause eyestrain, particularly while driving. Copper and Yellow colored lenses reduce blue light to give greater depth perception and brighter, defined surroundings. Edge Eyewear introduced the first ever Blue Light Filter lens for safety glasses.
Originally developed by NASA, this technology was first used on astronaut helmet visors and the windows of space shuttle portholes. Edge Eyewear is the first company ever to offer this unique technology for safety glasses, which effectively blocks infrared light and reduces excess transmission on both ends of the visible light spectrum. The result is visual clarity, especially in bright light conditions.
Edge Eyewear is the first company ever to offer a safety-rated G-15 lens. The U.S. Air Force engineered this technology for use in aviator lenses in the 1930s for maximum transmission of green and yellow light (the spectrum best perceived by the human eye) for true to life color perception. The result is reduced strain and a noticeable cooling sensation on the eyes.
Magnifiers are perfect for viewing intricate work and fine details. They are available in three magnification powers (1.5, 2.0, and 2.5).
Bright, Clear Conditions
Indoor, Low Light Conditions
Partly Cloudy Conditions
Desert, Reflective Conditions
Water, Reflective Conditions
High Altitude Snow, Clear Conditions
High Altitude Snow, Cloudy Conditions
Clear lenses are the classic option for safety. With pristine clarity, they are an excellent choice for indoor and low light conditions.
Anti-reflective lenses can be used in most indoor and outdoor conditions. A light silver mirror coating on a clear lens reflects excess light and reduces glare.
Yellow lenses make dull, overcast conditions appear brighter and filter low levels of blue light. They also increase depth perception and contrast during dawn or dusk activities, including driving.
Light blue lenses decrease eye fatigue resulting from yellow light. They are perfect for indoor settings with yellow incandescent, yellow fluorescent, or sodium vapor lighting.
Copper lenses make outdoor conditions appear sharper by filtering high levels of blue light. Copper also increases depth perception and contrast, making it the ideal tint for daytime driving and golfing.
Smoke lenses provide the perfect all-around tint for bright light conditions. This popular lens color blocks sun rays without causing color distortion.
Silver mirror lenses decrease visible brightness while maintaining true-to-life color. A silver-colored mirror coating adds a reflective layer to the light-filtering properties of a smoke base tint.
Blue mirror lenses decrease visible brightness in intense conditions. A blue-colored mirror coating adds a highly reflective layer to the light-filtering properties of a smoke base tint.
Aqua precision red mirror lenses maximize visual clarity and contrast in bright light conditions. Rather than using a layering process, anti-reflective ions are infused into a flame-colored mirror to maintain pristine optics.
Polarized copper lenses make outdoor conditions appear sharper by filtering high levels of blue light. Copper also increases depth perception and contrast, making it the ideal tint for daytime driving and golfing. The addition of a polarizing filter increases clarity by reducing glare.
Polarized smoke lenses provide the perfect all-around tint for bright light conditions. This popular lens color blocks sunrays without causing color distortion. The addition of a polarizing filter increases clarity by reducing glare.
Polarized G-15 silver mirror lenses maximize transmission of green and yellow light for true-to-life color. The result is reduced eyestrain and a noticeable cooling sensation on the eyes. The addition of a polarizing filter increases clarity by reducing glare.
Polarized aqua precision blue mirror lenses maximize visual clarity and contrast in bright light conditions. Rather than using a layering process, anti-reflective ions are infused into a blue-colored mirror to reflect light. The addition of a polarizing filter results in the greatest reduction of glare.
Blue horticulture lenses reduce eye strain while working under grow lights. This lens blocks all UV rays and alleviates glare while providing protection and clarity. Suitable for use under HPS & MH lighting systems.
Green horticulture lenses reduce eye strain while working with LED lighting systems. This lens blocks all UV rays and alleviates glare while providing true-to-life color perception. Suitable for use with LED lighting systems.
Edge Eyewear has carefully curated the Tier program to aid purchasers in choosing a variety of glasses with a broad range of features to meet the many needs of varying customers.
Edge Eyewear can customize our designer glasses with your company logo and colors. Please contact CustomRX for additional information at 800-836-3653 or by emailing CustomRX@EdgeEyewear.com.