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Monday, June 8, 2009

Its all fun and games until someone loses an eye

Eyewear ended up being a big seller at our last event, so I'm going to take that to mean that players are getting more serious about safety and eye protection in airsoft. We actually sold out of several different styles of our eyewear and had to restock after the event, so I just updated the Dark Threads Web store and added a few new product listings. Feel free to check out what we have. Some styles can be fitted with prescription lenses, and if you don't see what you want, please just ping me or DeathIdol and we'll get it in for you.
Save Phace masks at Diamond Dogs
Save Phace masks

DeathIdol and I in our WileyX XL-1 Advanced glasses (with Rx-transition lenses):
Weekend airsofting
Many games now require full-seal eye protection. That means that those cheap plastic shooters that came with your airsoft gun are not going to cut it (and besides that, they're your EYES for cryin' out loud). You'll need goggles or a full face mask to play, but what's that you say? You don't like the fogging? Not to fear! We have field-tested all of the products we carry, and experienced minimal to no fogging. We wouldn't sell it if it wasn't something we use ourselves.
WHFO2
DeathIdol in his Revision Bullet Ant goggles

I should also prolly mention that many of our products are designed for and used by military and law enforcement. I even sent a pair of WileyX goggles to a friend currently stationed in Iraq, because I want him to come back with his peepers (and everything else), intact.

See combat testimonials for WileyX

Combat testimonials for Revision
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