Edge TSM215 Dakura Polarized Copper Glasses
Dakura has a wraparound design and close-fitting lenses to keep debris and workplace flying hazards out. Its thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) temple tips and molded nose piece maximize comfort. Furthermore, the Dakura's tough nylon frame and almost indestructible polycarbonate lenses ensure long-term protection. Dakura is designed to protect eyesight from the unexpected as well as intense glare.
ISEA/ ANSI Z87.1 +
The most common set of accepted Safety Standards on jobsites, manufacturing, and industrial facilities is the “High Impact” (indicated by a + symbol) version of ISEA/ Z87.1. The standard requires very through testing in the Optical Clarity, Impact Resistance, and the Coverage aspects of safety eyewear.
All of our lenses are made of shatter-resistant polycarbonate. This material is lightweight, blocks 99.9% of UV radiation and defends against projectiles or blunt forces with its natural strength. Our lenses are always designed with the strict safety standards of ANSI, or the stringent MCEPS military requirements, in mind to bring you total peace of mind.
We construct our frames from a virtually indestructible nylon composite. You can twist our glasses into a knot. And while we don’t necessarily recommend tying your Edge sunglasses into a square knot, the frames provide more durability than virtually any other glasses on the market.
Polarized lenses block glare from reflective surfaces like water, snow, concrete and glass. Plus, they help to improve definition in bright conditions.
We build all of our frames with a nylon composite that’s as pliable as it is durable. Under normal use, and even most of those “oops” moments, our frames are simply indestructible. And it’s the durable construction of our frames that contributes to our glasses’ trademark impact resistance to keep your sight safe when the unexpected happens.
Our thin temples integrate comfortably with helmets, hats or hearing protection. By reducing unnecessary bulk in the cross section of the temple, we’ve created a more comfortable pair of eyewear.
Thermoplastic rubber (TPR), or MEGOL, is a composite that becomes tacky when exposed to moisture. We strategically place MEGOL details in our frames so they don’t slip around when you’re hard at work.