National Fire Fighter – ESS FirePro-FS Wildland Goggles

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Classified by UL to meet NFPA 1977 Standard on Protective Clothing and Equipment for Wildland Fire Fighting, including the 5-minute, 350 degree oven test.

The evolution of eye protection continues with the new ESS FirePro-FSâ„¢ Wildland Goggle. The compact, low-profile FireProâ„¢ frame optimizes fit and function with all helmets, while the full-perimeter ventilation and filtration system minimizes lens fogging and filters airborne particles, dust, and debris.
The FirePro-FSâ„¢ model features a one-piece, wrap-around strap with Velcro tabs, making it easy to attach this goggle to any helmet. The patented ESS Speed-Clipâ„¢ strap system makes adjusting the FireProâ„¢ straps quick and easy.

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The new ESS OpFoamâ„¢ is a thin-yet-durable anti-microbial face padding that provides unparalleled comfort for hours of extended use.

The extra-thick, 2.8mm high-impact lenses provide wide peripheral vision and distortion-free optics. These lenses also feature ESS’ advanced ClearZoneâ„¢ FlowCoat lens treatments, which provide an optimal combination of anti-scratch coatings on the outside of the lens and anti-fog coatings on the inside.

The ESS FirePro™ series includes the most advanced low-profile fire goggles on the market. All ESS FirePro™ goggles exceed ANSI Z87.1+, US Federal OSHA, and are compliant with wildland fire equipment performance requirements including the 350°F for 5 minute oven test.

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Classified by UL to meet NFPA 1977 Standard on Protective Clothing and Equipment for Wildland Fire Fighting, including the 5-minute, 350 degree oven test. The evolution of eye protection continues with the new ESS FirePro-FSâ„¢ Wildland Goggle. The compact, low-profile FireProâ„¢ frame optimizes fit and function with all helmets, while the full-perimeter ventilation and filtration […]

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