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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
SG-21126 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Safety / Protective Safety Eyewear / Polarized Safety Glasses Crossfire safety glasses, Infinity series, ANSI Z87+ rated, polarized high-definition brown polycarbonate lens, crystal brown full frame, 99.9% UV protection. Microfiber storage bag included.
SG-291113 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Safety / Protective Safety Eyewear / Polarized Safety Glasses Crossfire safety glasses, ES5 series, ANSI Z87+ rated, polarized high-definition brown polycarbonate lens, crystal brown 1/2 frame, 99.9% UV protection. Microfiber storage bag included.
SG-23226 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Safety / Protective Safety Eyewear / Polarized Safety Glasses Crossfire safety glasses, RPG series, ANSI Z87+ rated, polarized high-definition blue mirror polycarbonate lens, matte black full frame, 99.9% UV protection. Microfiber storage bag included.
10105404 Global Industrial MSA Safety Works Not Provided Espresso ™ Glaregone ™ Polarized Safety Glasses
ESH-10WP Global Industrial Lift Safety Not Provided Switch Safety Glasses, White Frame, Polarized Lens
ESH-10KP Global Industrial Lift Safety Not Provided Switch Safety Glasses, Black Frame, Polarized Lens
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