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ESS Announces Official Entry into Airsoft Market

April 10, 2009  |  ESS UPDATES
ESS Announces Official Entry into Airsoft Market

Dedicated product line and website facilitate safer eye protection on the Airsoft Battlefield

April 10, 2009 -- Sun Valley, ID USA
Eye Safety Systems, Inc. (ESS) today officially announced its entry into the global Airsoft market, a tactical training exercise and modern combat sport in which spherical non-metallic rounds are fired from non-lethal weapons.  ESS, a leading manufacturer in ballistic eye protection for military, law enforcement and fire/rescue professionals worldwide, now offers a dedicated line of eye pro products specifically adapted for use on the Airsoft Battlefield.  ESS timed the launch of its Airsoft-optimized product line to coincide with the unveiling of its dedicated Airsoft website, www.essairsoft.com, where these specialized products are now available for purchase.

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ESS Launches New Logo

January 1, 2009  |  ESS UPDATES
ESS Launches New Logo

Eye Safety Systems, Inc. (ESS) today officially unveiled its new logo and marketing identity. A dramatic and comprehensive overhaul to all of its branding has been underway for nearly 12 months, culminating in the launch of the new logo on the company's 11th anniversary.

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ESS Introduces Profile NVG™ Goggles with OpFoam™ Face Padding

July 1, 2008  |  ESS UPDATES
ESS Introduces Profile NVG™ Goggles with OpFoam™ Face Padding

Eye Safety Systems (ESS) announced that its industry-leading Profile NVG™ goggles will include OpFoam™ face padding as a standard feature beginning in July 2008.  The introduction of ESS OpFoam™ face padding will significantly improve the contoured fit, comfort, and seal of Profile NVG™ goggles against the face.  OpFoam™ was initially released on the premium ESS Profile TurboFan™ goggles in early 2007 and achieved high customer satisfaction. 

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Retired Command Sergeant Major William Joseph Gainey Joins ESS' Corporate Advisory Panel

June 23, 2008  |  ESS UPDATES
Retired Command Sergeant Major William Joseph Gainey Joins ESS' Corporate Advisory Panel

Eye Safety Systems, Inc. (ESS) is proud to announce that Retired Command Sergeant Major Joseph Gainey joined ESS as a member of its Corporate Advisory Panel on June 15, 2008, and will help steer the future of the company.

'I'm honored to be considered part of the ESS team because I believe in their products', said Mr. Gainey.

'ESS is pleased to welcome Retired Command Sergeant Major Gainey to our Corporate Advisory Panel,' expressed John Dondero, president of ESS.  'We look forward to working with Mr. Gainey and learning from his vast military experiences in order to ensure that ESS' eye and face protection products continue to provide our service men and women with the highest level of protection and user satisfaction.'

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ESS Introduces Asian-Fit Goggle Series

August 1, 2007  |  ESS UPDATES
ESS Introduces Asian-Fit Goggle Series

Sun Valley, Idaho, USA

Eye Safety Systems, Inc. (ESS) has announced the introduction of the Asian-Fit Goggle Series, which includes the Asian-Fit Profile™ and Asian-Fit Striker™ goggles.  Made with molded face foam and a flatter lens curve and frame design, these are the world's first military/tactical goggles specifically designed for Asian faces.

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"Dear ESS, On deployment in 2012, my vehicle was struck with an IED while performing route clearance in Afghanistan. The IED flipped my vehicle, knocking me unconscious and launching my rifle into my face. My cheek, nose, and eye socket were shattered from the impact, but my eye was saved from the ESS Crossbow I was wearing. When I put a pair of Crossbows back on, you can clearly see where I would have lost my eye if I wasn't wearing them." SSG Pronzati