ESS (Eye Safety Systems)

Crossbow Suppressor Eyeshield

Eye Safety Systems, Inc.'s (ESS) ballistic eyeshield, theCrossbow Suppressor, is their first eyewear designed specifically for use under ear cup hearing protection and communications gear, the Crossbow Suppressor maintains the effectiveness ofsuch devices and eliminates soreness around the ear caused by pinching and pressure.

The Crossbow Suppressor will benefit the wide range of end users who wear ear cup devicesby providing better performance and increased comfort. Soldiers, pilots, hunters and shooters,heavy equipment operators, and many others will appreciate the product’s purpose-built ergonomic design.

The Crossbow Suppressor builds upon ESS’ successful Crossbow eyeshield platform, with the new offering incorporating the same ballistic lens as a regular Crossbow but exchanging the standard eyeshield frame for an ultra-thin Crossbow Suppressor frame. This new frame is cross-compatible with any other product in the ESS Crossbow series.

The Crossbow Suppressor 2X is configured for the U.S. military, international defense forces, and retail markets. It includes two eyeshields, one with the Crossbow Suppressor frame preassembled with a clear lens, and one with a standard Crossbow frame and a smoke gray lens. The Suppressor ONE is a configuration for the tactical and shooting communities, and includes a Crossbow Suppressor with a high-definition copper lens ideal for targeting. The Suppressor frame may also be purchased separately, allowing those who own other Crossbow product configurations to upgrade and optimize their protective eyewear for use under ear cup devices.

The ESS Crossbow eyeshield is compliant with U.S. Federal OSHA, ANSI Z87.1+, U.S. MIL SPECMIL-PRF-31013, and CE EN 166. All Crossbow lenses provide 100 percent UVA/UVB protection.The Crossbow Unit Issue Kit has met stringent requirements to earn a coveted position on theU.S. Army’s APEL [Authorized Protective Eyewear List].

Visit www.esseyepro.com/crossbow forfurther details.

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