The ballistic rated Overlord Kit provides operators with four interchangeable lens options.Overlord Kit:
The ballistic rated Overlord Kit provides operators with four interchangeable lens options: Polarized Gradient, G-15, Tiger’s Eye, and Clear. Non-polarized lenses are equipped with military grade Vapor Shield anti-fog coating and are triple-dipped for scratch resistance. This all-inclusive kit also comes with two leashes, a collapsing case, a chamois, a lens cleaning bag, and cleaning spray.
- Lens cleaning bag and spray
- Collapsing Molle compatible case
- Snap back cord
- Neoprene strap
- Lenses listed below
The U.S. Air Force engineered this specialized technology for used in aviator lenses during the 1950s. Through extensive experimentation with the light spectrum, it was found that transmission of green and yellow light could be maximized at 550 nanometers (the two colors best perceived by the human eye). The outcome is a neutral and true-to-life perspective, which results in a noticeable cooling sensation for the eyes. Edge Eyewear is the first company ever to offer a safety-rated G-15 lens.
Tiger's Eye Lens
Edge Eyewear is proud to be the FIRST COMPANY EVER to offer a Blue Light Filter lens in safety glasses. Blue light comes into your eye in a shorter wavelength, causing it to focus too far in front of the retina. The result is a blue blur which reduces the sharpness of things and causes eyestrain, particularly when you’re driving. Our copper-colored lenses filter out the right amount of blue light to GIVE YOU GREATER DEPTH PERCEPTION. YOUR SURROUNDINGS WILL APPEAR BRIGHTER AND SHARPER.
|Vapor Shield Tiger's Eye|
|Vapor Shield Clear|
|Vapor Shield G-15|
|Vapor Shield (Military grade anti-fog): Most situations can be handled with a standard anti-fog – but for extreme environments, Edge Eyewear developed a revolutionary, military grade anti-fog coating called “Vapor Shield.” It is absolutely impervious to fog|
|Polarized:Polarized lenses feature a special filtering layer that blocks reflected light from below and glare from above, allowing only direct light rays to enter the eye. This technology enhances clarity and visibility|
|UVC (180-280 nm): Exposure to high levels of this light without proper sunglass lens filtration may cause damage to all layers of the cornea|
|UVB (280-315 nm): Exposure to high levels of this light without proper sunglass lens filtration may cause permanent cataracts and lens damage|
|UVA (315-380 nm): Exposure to high levels of this light without proper sunglass lens filtration may produce photokeratitis often referred to as "welders flash"|