Wiley-X Close Quarter Combat Goggles - Wiley-X
Wiley-X Close Quarter Combat Goggles
Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 Stars
Description

Our new, low profile CQC goggle is perfect for tactical operations and target training. Whether you need protection for urban or land warfare, general enforcement, training or the elements, this design has it all.
User Reviews
I CANT SEE !!!
Rating: 2.0 Stars
RUGGED GOGGLES BUT FOG UP CONSTANTLY. STRAP SOMEWHAT UNCOMFORTABLE. EASY TO SWAP LENSES. OVERALL OKAY, BUT WOULD NOT BUY AGAIN DUE TO CONSTANT DANGEROUS FOGGING.
Benjamin - October 7, 2006

Anti-Fog=Hit or Miss
Rating: 4.0 Stars
I've found that using the Wiley-X CQC goggles can definitely improve your overall sight, in different situations, but if you're in extremely hot temperatures or if you're a heavy sweater, then you might have some trouble with the anti-fog system. Be sure to buy spray-on anti-fog product so as to reinforce its already incorporated system. Moreover, their ventilaetd brows are merely sections inbetween the foam. If fogging is your pet peeve, refuse to buy this product. If you're not in extremely hot weather or if you don't sweat much, then these goggles are for you. They're comfortable and convenient (especially with the Rx feature).
Joseph - August 12, 2006

TERIFFIC GOGGLES
Rating: 5.0 Stars
teriffic goggles. Great for using indoors with cqb and just as great for outdoor use.
CHARLES - January 31, 2006

RX Insert Ready
Rating: 5.0 Stars
One thing the description of these fails to mention is the fact there is an insert available for those of us who wear glasses. Now these offer both ballistic protection and RX capability as well. The insert snaps on the nose piece inside the goggle to offer the wearer the ability to leave their glasses behind and still have protection from debris and UV. We have fabricated the RX insert for over a 1000 of these and sent them out with deploying troops, all with good reviews. I recommend this product to anyone who wears RX glasses and hates the discomfort and hastle of wearing goggles over them.
Mark - October 18, 2005