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Edge 'Brazeau' Safety Glasses

Edge Brazeau Safety Glasses Anti-Reflective Lenses Polarized Smoke Lenses Polarized Yellow Lenses Stick-on Foam Gasket Kit
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Buy Edge 'Brazeau' Safety Glasses

Polarized (Smoke)
Polarized (Yellow)
Gasket Kit

Matte black nylon frame with soft temple tips for a comfortable fit. ANSI Z87.1-2010 (high impact) compliant. Safety glasses block 99.9% of UV rays. Available in anit-reflective, polarized (tinted or yellow), and smoke lenses. Foam Gasket Kit is avialable to add to your glasses. If you're working a tree with very fine sawdust, or there's a lot of dust in the air, you'll appreciate how the gasket seals your glasses to your face to keep out particles.


  • Soft TPR Temple Tips for Comfort
  • Lenses block 99.9% of UVA/UVB/UVC rays
  • Non-reflective, smoke, and polarized lenses available
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All Edge Eyewear is tested in independent laboratories colt laboratories for compliance with:
  • ANSI Z87.1+2010
  • Military Ballistic MCEPS GL-PD 10-12

ANSI Z133-2017

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) has released the ANSI Z133 safety requirements which apply to arboricultural operations.

"Eye Protection shall comply with ANSI Z87.1 and shall be worn when engaged in arboricultural operations"

This eyewear is ANSI Z133/Z87.1 compliant.

The full ANSI Z133 safety requirements are available on our tree care standards page.

Standards and testing

Edge Eyewear is committed to maximizing eye safety. This serious responsibility requires rigorous testing to ensure compliance with the highest national standards. Every pair of Edge glasses is subjected to the toughest tests – because tough tests create tough glasses. When it comes to something as valuable as eyesight, we wouldn’t manufacture anything less than the best.

What are the statistics?

According to the Center of Disease Control (CDC), there are more than 10,000 eye injuries in North America every day. The Department of Labor has reported that 2,000 of these injuries require medical treatment and time off work, and the Bureau of Labor says 85% of these cases require up to 5 days off work. On the jobsite, 3 out of every 5 people who suffered an injury were not wearing any safety glasses at all because the glasses were “uncomfortable” or “unfashionable.” Many others were injured while wearing glasses that were not appropriate for their activity. The total amount of direct and indirect workers compensation claims for eye injuries exceeds 4 billion dollars each year. While it is not surprising that eye injuries happen on the jobsite, many are shocked learn that 63% of all eye injuries happen away from work; 47% at home and 16% while playing sports. Who creates and enforces safety standards?

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is a private, non-profit organization that has created detailed safety standards by defining voluntary tests for safety eyewear. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) adopts and enforces these standards. Z87.1-2010 is ANSI’s most current standard for eye protection. We have added a “+” to our Z87.1 literature to indicate that we are compliant with the high impact level of the standard, which is referred to as “Z87+”.

How does Edge Eyewear guarantee safe products?

To avoid improper safety evaluations and biases, all Edge Eyewear glasses are independently tested by professionals at COLTS Laboratories colt laboratories. Surprisingly, many safety eyewear manufacturers choose not to test their products, while others perform their evaluations in-house. These practices present a serious conflict of interest. The integrity of testing and reporting can be compromised, resulting in non-compliant and unsafe eyewear. Edge Eyewear’s frequent third party testing guarantees compliance with ANSI Z87.1+2010 standards.

How can you find compliant eyewear?

Before purchasing any safety eyewear, we advise you to ask for proof. The ANSI standard in Section 2.3.5 states: “The protector manufacturer shall provide test results to the purchaser upon request.” Companies that are serious about safety will have third party test results readily available. Any brand that cannot or will not provide these test reports should not be trusted. Take a look at our Impact Tests and our Optical Tests to learn more.

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