As a global leader in the development of protective eyewear, Wiley X is determined to provide Absolute. Premium. Protection. 

Wiley X is the only premium brand who tests its entire eyewear collection to both ANSI Z87.1-2010 & EN.166 safety and optical standards.

All Wiley X tactical eyewear models also meet or exceed stringent military ballistic impact standards under MIL-PRF32432[GL].

For the Australian & New Zealand market, a select range of tactical models have also been tested to meet the AS/NZS 1337.1:2010 standard.

These include: Vapor, Valor, Romer, Saber, XL-1, and Spear.

 The Wiley X Vapor and Spear are current issue eyewear for the Australian Defence Force.

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In the pursuit of Absolute. Premium. Protection. Wiley X has developed frame technology to compliment the durability and reliability of their lenses, providing complete eyewear solutions for tactical, shooting, industrial, and marine environments. 

With a diverse range of eyewear models, Wiley X frame technology includes both full and half frame options. Select models also include removable features such as the adjustable nose piece or facial cavity seal, to ensure comfort and protection.   

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The Wiley X Absolute. Premium. Protection. range extends beyond eyewear to include apparel and glove products. Wiley X operates at the forefront of industry technology, so when it comes to tactical or flight gloves, the next pair you receive will be better than your last.

The protective glove range features flame and cut resistant technology that meet or exceed ASTM D 6413 Flame Resistance and ASTM F 1790 Fabric Cut Resistance standards. 

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Wiley X eyewear is more than just polycarbonate lenses capable of stopping the impact from a 12 gauge shotgun. Absolute. Premium. Protection. means that the eyewear frame for every spectacle and google meets the same ballistic and safety standards as the lenses.


All  Wiley X frames are tested to ANSI Z87.1-2010 & EN.166 safety and optical standards, where the lens must remain in the frame after impact and the frame must remain intact. A select range of tactical eyewear are also tested to MIL-PRF-32432[GL] Ballistic Standard for spectacles and goggles.


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