The Striketeam SJ™ features fully-sealed vents for maximum smoke and particulate resistance. The soft-wicking, open-cell face padding provides all-day comfort.
All Striketeam™ goggle components are heat and flame resistant, including the face padding and vent foam, and the lenses provide maximum impact protection and optical clarity.
The roomy Striker™ frame is designed to fit over most eyeglasses.
The one-piece wrap-around strap features the patented ESS Speed-Clip™ system, which adapts to all wildland and rescue helmets and facilitates quick strap adjustment, even with gloves on.
Top View of Fully-Sealed Vent Foam, Soft Face Padding, and Speed-Clip™ Straps:
All Striketeam™ goggles are compliant with ANSI Z87.1-2010, U.S. Federal OSHA and wildland fire equipment performance requirements, including the 350°F for 5-minute oven test. This line is considered Primary Eye Protection by NFPA 1500.
Striketeam™ goggles use Striker™ Series lenses, all of which provide 100% UVA/UVB protection and distortion-free optical clarity. They meet and exceed ANSI Z87.1-2010, the U.S. Military .22 caliber ballistic impact test MIL-DTL-43511D (Clause 3.5.10), and CE EN 166.
Kit includes a Clear Lens and a set of two Tear-Off Lens Covers.
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“I have to write to say what a great pair of goggles you have come up with. I was recently on a small brush fire and I was wearing my new ESS Wildland goggles for the second time. It was a quick-moving fire, and we were second or third in, so we were into the smoke pretty good. My eyes were clear and happy because of my new goggles. A captain from another engine who was rubbing his eyes under his sunglasses asked me, 'How are those new goggles?' I said, 'Great. My eyes don't hurt a bit.' As a matter of fact, because of the great fit, no smoke even made into my eyes. Our department issues the old tanker goggle from WWII, which doesn't seal around your eyes, is very uncomfortable, and warps during the off-season. Thanks--I hope more firefighters out there discover your great product.”
– Michael Tyree, Firefighter, Orange County Fire Authority, CA