Revision Military Desert Locust Goggle Military Kit
Revision Military Desert Locust Military Goggles
The Revision Military Desert Locust Goggles are authentic US military protective goggles. These high performance goggles are comfortable and provide a high level of protection for the wearer. These goggles are great for shooting sports or any situation where your eyes may be at risk for injury.
Description / Revision Military Desert Locust Military Goggles
Revision Military has been innovating protective eyewear for our soldiers since the company was first formed. The products that are produced for our military have been combat tested and battle proven since 2001 and continuously improved upon. The Desert Locust Goggles that we have available for sale are one of the cutting edge products that have helped grow Revision Military to become a power house in the protective eyewear industry.
The Desert Locust Goggles are designed to meet the needs of the modern warfighter who is operating in a desert environment. With an APEL (Authorized Protective Eyewear List) designation soldiers know they meet the strictest requirements for eye protection in the Department of Defense. With lenses tough enough to withstand a 12ga shotgun blast¹ from just 15 feet away, the Revision Desert Locust are the protective goggles you want when your at the shooting range, or running your tactical simulation.
- Authentic US Military Kit Goggles
- Distortion Free, Wide Field-of-View
- 100% UV A-B-C Protection
- Superior Anti-Scratch Coating
- OCUMAX® Anti-Fogging Systrem
- Includes Clear and Smoke Lenses
- Anti-Reflective Sleeve
- Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
- Storage Case
- Made by Revision Military
- APEL Listed - Meets or Exceeds Highest Standards
- Unissued from US Army Surplus Stock
¹ 1¼ #6 Lead Shot - Federal Heavy Load, Remington 870 Wingmaster Super Magnum, 26-inch barrel, with improved cylinder choke
|Manufacturer||US Army Surplus|
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They won't accommodate eyeglasses. I know Revision makes an insert you can fit with prescription lenses, which is an additional chunk of change.
You could probably find a knock-off of equal quality for same or less money, so it's not the surplus bargain of the century, but it's ok.