The ideal solution for structural firefighters who understand the need to have primary eye protection for extrications and forcible entry work. The ESS X-tricator™ can be stored in a pocket and deployed using the Snap-On/Snap-Off™ helmet mount system, providing the performance of an ESS goggle in seconds.
The X-Tricator™ features closed-cell face padding for maximum durability and ease of cleaning. The open-cell vent foam provides filtered ventilation, allowing the humid air to escape, but prevent airborn particles for getting in.
All Striketeam™ goggle components are heat and flame resistant, including the face padding, vent foam and mounting brackets, 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 Filtered Vent Foam, Durable 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.
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“Dear ESS, I am a member of our regional USAR Task Force and have been using my ESS X-Tricator goggles for over a year. These are the best goggles I've ever used--durable, lightweight, and very comfortable. These goggles have held up superbly to the rigors of structural collapse, confined space, trench, and vehicle extrication situations. I have been using the same tear-off lens cover since I bought my goggles. Whenever the tear-off gets wet, muddy, or oily, I just clean and dry it with no loss of visibility.”
– Jeffrey McDonough, FF/Paramedic, USAR Rescue Tech, Cincinnati, OH