Preview: Leupold Bridger, Sentinel Performance Eyewear

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posted on September 11, 2022
Sentinel Performance Eyewear

Leupold has expanded its Performance Eyewear line with the Sentinel and the Bridger (shown), each available in multiple lens and frame combinations, adding seven total sets to the company’s collection. Both are crafted from lightweight, ballistically rated materials and are outfitted with scratch-resistant, polarized lenses.

The Bridger frame is designed to be lightweight while providing a sleek look, and the Sentinel meets MIL-PRF-32432A impact standards with Laser-Safe lenses designed to protect the eyes of professionals who might encounter harmful light beams.

Suggested retail for the Bridger is $160, $190 for the Sentinel model and $380 for the Sentinel Laser Safe version. For more information, please visit leupold.com.

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