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XRH CONVERTIBLE, BLK FRAME, 2 FRAME FRONTS, ANSI Z87

Go extreme with this ANSI Z87+ approved ultimate convertible sunglass. A second frame front with clear lenses, removable foam and detachable strap provides 8 different combinations for extreme versatility. Removable closed cell memory foam maintains visual clarity and comfort by blocking wind and dust while the adjustable strap enables quick conversion from sunglass to goggle.


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1.   10/06/08

I just received my pair of Bobster® Eyewear XRH's this past weekend and had noticed that Bobster® appears somewhat proud (like many other companies), of the fact that their line of XRH glasses are ANSI Z.87 approved. Not entirely familiar with the details of the ANSI Z.87 standard and being confined to my house with $4.00 a gallon gas, I opted to jump on the web and dig a little deeper into this ANSI trend that I continue to see plastered on various industry leader packaging along with Bobster®. According to the Occupational Hazards web site, one of the key factors in the ANSI Z87 Standard for Industrial Safety Eyewear is that the Lenses will be tested by means of a high-velocity impact test. In this test, the lenses will be mounted on a test holder (150ft/s) and three lenses shall be tested. Lenses fail the test if there is: any posterior displacement of the lens completely through the test holder; any fracture of the lens; any detachment of a portion of the lens from its inner surface; or any full thickness penetration of a lens. If all test lenses pass, then any non-plano lens of the same or greater thickness at its thinnest point, which is made by the same manufacturer from the same material with the same coatings can bear the "+" mark. With my research out of the way, I proceeded to remove the pair of glasses from the Bobster® packaging. At first glance, the XRH glasses are very similar to other glasses we have tested in the past. The XRH included a carry case, microfiber cleaning cloth, 2 frame fronts- smoked & clear but that is where the similarities stop. Also contained in the carry case was a removable closed cell foam insert along with removable & adjustable goggle strap. Not being "into" reading directions, I immediately began to further inspect the glasses. Within seconds, I was able to locate the concealed temple release system and transform the glasses to a goggle almost effortlessly. With a low-profile design, the XRH was comfortable as sunglasses but I felt as a goggle, they were somewhat lacking in practicality for a special Op's mission. From another perspective however, the XRH definitely regains some points in terms of a "spur of the moment" piece of equipment that could protect your eyes from injury while on patrol. I also feel the glasses are ideal for the any type of motorcycle or conventional biking. Let's face it, evaluating eyewear is very subjective. What I find comfortable may aggravate someone else to death and vice versa. However, if you are looking for an inexpensive pair of glasses that are ANSI approved, versatile enough to go from a day at the beach to firearms qualification…..give the Bobster® XRH's a try. And look for a video review at www.nemotraining.com in the weeks to come.
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2.   04/09/07

Fast delivery, about four days! But by the time I recieved my glasses we got hit with a Super Spring snow storm and I was grounded for a few days. When the 18" of snow and ice cleared off the roads I finally got to take a short ride after work April 6th. After letting the motor warm-up by putting around town I headed for the highway. Temp was right at 32 degrees(BRRRRRRRRRR) I got up to 70 mph before I had enough, and headed back to town. But these XRH glasses are something else! Absolutely no tears, no buffeting(small Sport windshield on a XL883)and I didn't freeze my eyeballs either. Excellant quality and the convertable feature is like getting four quality sets of riding glasses for the price of one! Thanks, Bobster Action Eyewear!!!!
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