Browning All-in-One Eye and Ear Protection

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posted on April 25, 2016
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Shooters now have one less piece of gear to keep track of at the range thanks to Browning's new Sound Shield All-in-One shooting glasses. Ear plugs, which have a NRR of 25 dB, come stored on a retractable cord in the end of the ear pieces. The ear plugs are repiacable and washable. 

Sound Shield shooting glasses feature tall lenses with a frameless design to provide additional coverage and help eliminate visual distractions and blind spots. The glasses are available with either yellow or lightly tinted indoor/outdoor lenses, both exceeding ANSI Z87.1 impact standards. Additionally, a soft rubber standoff nosepiece reduces slipping and lens fogging, while the rubberized temples help prevent slipping in hot, humid conditions.

All models of Sound Shield glasses MSRP for $29.99; a pack of 12 replacement ear plugs goes for $19.99. For more, visit browning.com.

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