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MIL-PRF-32432 Ballistics Eyewear Standards: What does it mean?

In the safety glasses industry, standards and ratings help define the level of protection the wearer receives in specific environments. Some standards such as ANSI Z87.1 high impact ratings protect the wearer from factors such as flying debris or any variety of mishaps at home or at work. However, military combat eye protection provide a whole other level of protection in military ballistics and also shooting range environments.

This is where the MIL-PRF-32432 ballistic military safety rating comes in. In addition to meeting stringent industry standards, gaining this military ballistic rating involves the glasses going through the ballistic fragmentation test. In this test, projectiles collide with the glasses at high speeds, and the frames must not crack or puncture. The lenses must also remain in the frames. Holding the glasses to this ambitious standard equips you with the best level of protection in a segment such as the shooting range.

At RX-Safety, we understand the importance of our customers having the most protective shooting and ballistics glasses available in the safety glasses industry. This is why we carry MIL-PRF-32432 ballistics rated glasses. We are proud to offer Wiley X military ballistics rated glasses. Plus, SmithOptics Elite, ESS ballistic eyewear, as well as Oakley ballistic glasses.

Wiley X

Wiley X is a family and U.S. veteran founded company that has been in the business of providing superior protective eyewear for more than two decades. This means that Wiley X has firsthand knowledge and experience in the importance of ballistics safety. Additionally, as a global leader on the forefront of optical protection technology, Wiley X commits to providing the most extensive line of protective eyewear technology. AT RX-Safety, we carry select Wiley X styles that adhere to this stringent military Ballistic certification. As a result, we are confident in our Wiley X line to provide the best level of ballistics protection, particularly in volatile or hazardous segments. 

Smith Optics

Smith Optics Frontman in Matte Black Frame with Clear Lens, Angled to the Side Left

Smith Optics is a well-known brand for their military glasses. At Rx Safety, we carry the Smith Optics Elite, a fine collection of military ballistic safety glasses. All the safety glasses meet MIL-PRF-32432 safety standards, which guarantee the safety of your eyes in high-intensity environments. Our collection of Smith Optics Elite provides premium protection, which optimizes the balance between ballistic, optics, anti-fog, and design.   


ESS Crossbow Suppressor 2x Kit in Matte Black Frame with Clear, Hi-Def Copper Lens, Angled to the side Left

ESS dedicates itself to manufacturing the toughest eyewear protection. The inspiration for their products comes from those they serve: military personnel, first responders, and other everyday heroes. Our ESS tactical ballistic glasses offer superior fit and functionality. In addition, the entire line of ESS ballistic-grade meets the US Military as well as ANSI Z87.1 standards.


Standard Issue Det-Cord with USA Flag Emblem in Grey and Grey Lenses, Angled to the Side Left

Oakley Standard Issue products are made for the military, law enforcement, firefighters, EMS, and all other heroes. Plus, all Oakley lenses blocks 100% UVA, UVB, as well as UVC rays. We also carry a wide range of Oakley prescription safety glasses. In addition, most of these safety glasses are also ballistic rated. As a result, Oakley safety glasses are a great fit for our first responders

At RX-Safety, we believe that your military rated shooting glasses should work in the harshest environments possible to ensure optimal protection. In other words, this is why we handpick our line of MIL-PRF-32432 Military Combat Eye Protection glasses and confidently invite you to purchase your own today.

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