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Bolle Blast Safety Goggles BLAPSI

Bolle Blast Safety Goggles BLAPSI


The Blast goggle offers the wearer the ultimate in fit, comfort, protection, vision and style. Manufactured to EN166 1B3459.

Code: 670191


£10.79 Each (ex. VAT)

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Bolle Blast Safety Goggles BLAPSI

BLAST - With its ground breaking, aggressive design, the Blast goggle from Bolle Safety offers the wearer the ultimate in fit, comfort, protection, vision and style. The unique shape of the goggle ensures a perfect fit with all respirators and with the face providing maximum comfort and protection, it has also been designed to fit over prescription spectacles. Fitted with a wide adjustable headband and an optical class 1 anti-scratch and anti-fog polycarbonate lens the Blast goggle provides protection against impact, chemicals, dust, gas and molten metal. Tested and approved to EN166 1B3459 CE. Clear anti scratch / anti fog. PC lens, vented frame.

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Manufacturer BOLLE
Manufacturer Code BLAST BLAPSI

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