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Safety Goggles

For tasks that can produce larger flying debris, such as heavier masonry work, metal grinding cutting, and the like, safety goggles are the right protective eyewear for the job. Emedco carries a large variety of goggles with different design features, so you can choose the right one for the task at hand. We carry popular eye safety goggle brands like Jackson, MCR, 3M, and more.

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  1. Jackson Safety The Shield™ Goggle Protection 18629

    Goggle shield simply fits to the shape of face.
    $19.54

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  2. Crews Protective Safety Goggles

    Unobstructed field of vision and can be worn with most half-mask respirators
    Starting at $1.30

    Box of 36 Pairs

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  3. Peltor Maxim™ 2 x 2 Eyewear 3M 40686-00000-

    Protects from dust, wind and sun hazards
    $32.29

    Pair

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  4. Uvex Stealth® Goggles

    Quick-adjust headband clips permit fast and easy fitting even on hard hats
    $14.69

    Each

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  5. Uvex™ Strategy® Goggles Honeywell S3810E

    Safety goggles provide 99.9% of UV protection.
    $9.95

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  6. MCR CREWS&reg General Purpose Economy Goggles 2120

    Safety goggles that shield against impact, airborne particles and debris.
    $64.80

    Box of 36 Each

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  7. Honeywell V-Maxx® Safety Goggles Honeywell 11250800E

    Durable safety goggles ideal for high-action activities and sports.
    $8.58

    Pair

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  8. MCR CREWS® Stryker™ Safety Goggles 2310AF

    Safety goggles provide 99.9% of UV protection.
    $58.08

    Box of 12 Each

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  9. 3M™ 334AF Splash Goggles 40661-00000-

    Vent goggles takes in 99.9% of ultra-violet rays.
    $3.41

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  10. Jackson Safety WildCat™ Goggle Protection

    Safety eyewear provides 99.9% of UV protection.
    Starting at $11.84

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  11. 3M™ Centurion™ Safety Impact Goggles 40301-00000-

    Safety eyewear with anti-fogging venting system and lens.
    $9.84

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  12. Uvex™ Strategy® Safety Goggles

    Anti fog goggles with over-the-glass design to fit most Rx eyewear
    Starting at $11.19

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  13. IRONguard Complete Forklift Battery Protective Handling Kit

    Ensure workers are protected with an Ironguard PPE kit.
    $134.23

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  14. Ansell GoldKnit® Medium-Weight Sleeves - 103790

    Knit sleeves with double-layer construction for excellent protection
    $3.80

    Each

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  15. Uvex™ Stealth OTG Goggles Honeywell S3970DE

    ANSI-compliant safety goggles with maximum UV protection.
    $25.46

    Each

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  16. Weldas® Flame-Retardant Sleeves - 33-7323

    Cover sleeves for added protection against flammable materials
    $8.15

    Pair

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  17. MCR Safety Verdict® Safety Goggles 2410NF

    Durable protective goggles with wide field of vision.
    $91.87

    Box of 12 Each

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  18. Uvex™ Futura™ Goggles Honeywell S345CE

    Safety goggles provide the finest panoramic view.
    $10.20

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  19. Ansell CPP Sleeves

    The practical choice for arm protection
    Starting at $12.31

    Pack of 12 Each

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  20. DuPont™ Tyvek® Protective Sleeves - D13397569

    Arm sleeves to avoid contact with hazadous materials
    $84.27

    Case of 200 Each

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  21. Dewalt® Concealer™ Safety Goggles DPG82-11

    Durable safety glasses with a wide field of vision.
    $12.26

    Each

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The biggest difference between safety goggles and safety glasses is the coverage one provides over the other. In simple terms, safety goggles provide a wider coverage since this type of protective eyewear typically covers the top, bottom and sides of the eyes. Also, goggles are typically secured via straps, so these fit more snugly and won’t dislodge more easily.Goggles can also be worn over prescription lenses, so if your workers need to wear their eye glasses to see clearly, you may want to provide them with goggles. Since eye safety goggles are meant for tasks producing larger flying debris, you may actually wear your goggles over your safety glasses.