Bollé Safety Launches New Range of Lens Filtering Technologies: Comfort Sense Perception – Digital Journal

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CARLSBAD, CA. (July 28, 2022) – Bollé Safety, the world-renowned manufacturer of safety glasses and goggles, continues its support of workers around the globe with the launch of a new high-clarity lens to protect workers in all conditions, called Comfort Sense Perception (CSP). The new technology is available in seventeen different lens tints and in a wide variety of SKUs, which are adaptive to indoor, indoor/outdoor, and outdoor work environments. 
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About Bollé Safety
Bollé Safety’s mission is to protect the eyesight of every wearer. Global brand with a heritage of over 130 years, Bollé Safety’s first series of glasses and goggles for industrial and tactical protection were launched in 1950. Bollé Safety has been built on a genuine desire to use the best available technology and innovation to create sustainable and quality products that people love to wear over the years. The company has earned a reputation with those who know its products for high quality, because Bollé Safety constantly refines its trademark combination of performance, fit, and comfort, resulting in some of the most technologically advanced safety eyewear in the industry. Bollé Safety is the leading global manufacturer of protective eyewear worn by industrial workers, first responders, military, shooting enthusiasts, healthcare and cleanroom professionals all around the world. Its eye protections are worn by more than 20 million people from over 150,000 companies in over 100 countries.

Matt Fitzgerald
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Source: Bolle Safety
Distributed by: Reportable, Inc.

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