Wiley X Launches Rebel Polarized Green Lens Sunglasses in Realtree Xtra

Wiley Launches X Rebel Polarized Green Lens Sunglasses in Realtree Xtra
Wiley Launches X Rebel Polarized Green Lens Sunglasses in Realtree Xtra

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COLUMBUS, Ga. -(Ammoland.com)- Wiley X Rebel Pol Green Lens Sunglasses in Realtree Xtra look great while enhancing your time outdoors.

The stylish sunglasses feature ANSI Z87.1 safety rated shatterproof Selenite polycarbonate lenses and Triloid nylon frames that stand up to the wear and tear of the outdoor lifestyle.

The lenses provide 100 percent UVA/UVB protection with distortion-free clarity that also meets ANSI optical clarity standards. T-Shell lens coating resists scratching in extreme environments, while the double-injected rubber nose bridge provides non-slip comfort.

The Filter 8 polarized smoke green lenses provide 13 percent light transmission for max glare reduction with no color distortion. The glasses are great for daytime use and are RX ready.


  • Realtree XTRA Camo Frame
  • Polarized Smoke Green Lens
  • Black Zippered Case
  • Leash Cord with Rubber Temple Grips
  • Microfiber Cleaning Cloth


About Wiley X:

Wiley X is a leading provider of protective eyewear for Army Rangers, Navy SEALs and other U.S. Special Forces Units in action around the globe. We began by creating shatterproof, selenite, polycarbonate lenses. Some models have been tested to withstand a 12-gauge shotgun blast from 10 yards away. Factor in sleek design and proprietary technology, and our list of admirers has reached international acclaim. Nationally, we’re currently a standard issue item with the FBI, DEA, Army Rangers, Navy SEAL Teams and Military Special Forces.

For more information, visit their website.


About Realtree:

Realtree is the world’s leading camouflage designer, marketer and licencor with over 2,000 licensees utilizing the Realtree camouflage brand. Thousands of outdoor and lifestyle products are available in Realtree camouflage patterns. In addition, Realtree is committed to supporting individuals and groups that work to ensure our outdoor heritage, the conservation of natural places, and the wildlife that resides there.

For more information, visit their website.

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Is it so hard to simply take off the polarized glasses when you take a picture – and replace them when you have completed your shot. Many, if not most cameras have a polarized LCD, and will black out when viewed through polarized glasses in one orientation or another. “Double polarizing” does that. No surprises here on https://bestreviewsbase.com/best-sunglasses.