[SHOT 2024] Bolle Gunfire 2.0: Dial In Your Eye Protection For All Light Levels

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[SHOT 2024] Bolle Gunfire 2.0 Dial In Your Eye Protection For All Light Levels

Industry-leading eyewear manufacturer, Bolle, has recently unveiled its new Gunfire 2.0 protective eyewear system. Engineered with the needs of shooters in mind, the system offers swappable lenses and temples. This state-of-the-art eyewear allows users to easily alter their glasses’ tint to match varying light conditions – be it indoors or outdoors.

The Gunfire 2.0 kit is designed to cater to a multitude of scenarios. It includes clear lenses for indoor applications and copper lenses that can be utilized either indoors or outdoors. The kit also incorporates smoke lenses specifically designed for outdoor usage. Focusing on durable high quality fabrication, each lens is certified to STANAG 4296 standards, ANSI Z87.1, and MIL-PRF 32432 ratings.

As part of its innovative eyewear technology, Bolle integrates Platinum fog-resistant and scratch-resistant technology into the Gunfire 2.0 lenses. This application enhances the lens lifespan while simultaneously maintaining clear and uninterrupted vision in diverse environments.

In addition to the Gunfire 2.0, Bolle has also launched its new Altus and Knox protective glasses for 2024. Maintaining the company’s quality standards, both models are ANSI Z87.1 certified and are available in multiple colors. Like their Gunfire 2.0 counterpart, the Altus and Knox glasses are available with either Platinum or Platinum Lite coatings.

“Our Altus and Knox glasses are intended for users such as law enforcement personnel,” shared a staff member from Bolle, delineating their commitment to serving the needs of those in high-intensity professions.

Getting your hands on these sophisticated eyewear systems comes with a reasonable price tag. The Bolle Gunfire 2.0 is slated with an MSRP of $76 and comes complete with a sturdy hard case, three sets of interchangeable lenses, and bi-material temples. On the other hand, the smoke-tinted Knox and Altus models are priced at $77, while their polarized and silver alternatives come in at $104.

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  • Mike Mike on Jan 24, 2024

    What we need is safety glasses with an mlok slot in each stem for the mounting of lights. Think about the ability to set a polymer 3 slot rail on either side of your specs (based on preference), and then easily and quickly install a compact weapon mounted light to it when needed.

    • CR CR on Jan 24, 2024

      @Mike Cool idea, but glasses are so light that adding any external weight (especially unbalanced) is too much and they won’t stay on your face while doing anything active. In general, I do think everything should be standardized and modular.