Gatorz is well known for making very durable and very high-quality aluminum-framed ballistic eyewear both with and without prescription lenses. As we approach our country’s Independence Day, Gatorz is introducing its new Battleworn Limited-Edition eyewear in honor of our country and those who protect it. These new limited-edition lines will be available in both their Specter and Magnum frames with Cerkote coatings and include ANSI Z87.1 and MILSPEC Ballistic rated lenses.
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New Battleworn Limited-Edition Eyewear from Gatorz
In honor of our country and those who protect it, here for a limited time, the Gatorz Battleworn collection. Made in America, these limited-edition frames were designed for patriots.
Inspired by the Star Spangled Banner, Gatorz Eyewear has taken two of its most popular protective eyewear frame options, the Specter and the Magnum, and laser engraved 15 stars and stripes on the side of the frames, creating both protective and patriotic eyewear.
Offered in both Cerakote Black and OD Green, these limited-editions have both ANSI Z87.1 and MILSPEC Ballistic ratings for the ultimate protection. The high-impact resistant, polycarbonate lenses are available in a smoke lens, which heightens true color perception, and minimizes glare.
Each purchase of Battleworn Limited-Edition eyewear will come with Gatorz’ durable mini ammo can case. Made to protect your eyewear, the mini ammo case comes with the same features as you would get in a standard ammo can. Steel construction with welded components make the case water-tight, keeping moisture out. In addition to being floatable and practically indestructible, the foam lining on the inside that protects the glasses is removable to use the can for storing other items.
These American-inspired and American-made Battleworn Limited-Edition lenses will be available at the time of writing and will retail starting at $300 per pair for the Magnum series and $320 for the Specter series.