Howard Leight Safety Combo Kit, 2/case - R-01727
- Size: One Size Fits Most
- Application: Women's Shooting
- Includes: (1) Indoor/Outdoor Clear Lens Safety Glasses, (1) 25 dB Dusty Rose Earmuff
- Packaging Quantity: 2/Case
The Howard Leight by Honeywell women's shooting sports safety combo kit is an excellent starter package for women who are new to shooting sports. Designed specifically for the female face, the eyewear is narrower across the front, shorter at the temple and slimmer in the nose bridge than standard shooting glasses. The safety eyewear also features a clear polycarbonate lens suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, as well as an anti-fog lens coating for extended performance. The coordinating ultra-light earmuff carries a Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) of 25 for effective, reliable hearing protection for shooting. An adjustable headband and soft ear cushions allow for a custom fit, while the folding design makes for convenient storage when not in use.
Excellent women's starter kit includes one pair of women's indoor/outdoor safety glasses and one adjustable, lightweight earmuff
Lightweight shooting glasses with dusty rose frame and clear polycarbonate lens suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, anti-fog lens coating offers superior extended performance
Design is narrower across the front, shorter at the temple and slimmer in the nose bridge for optimum fit and coverage on women's faces
Adjustable headband on dusty rose earmuff fits youth to adult sizes, Ultra-light weight with soft ear cushions for comfort fit, folding design for convenient storage
Glasses meet ANSI Z87+ impact standards, earmuff has a noise reduction rating (NRR) of 25
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