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ESS Innerzone 1 NFPA Goggle System With Mounting Brackets.

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Fits all brands of Modern & Traditional Style Helmets!

The Innerzone Series of NFPA-compliant firefighting goggles is used by the world's most elite firefighting teams. This series is designed to withstand the rigors of structural firefighting, while offering the highest levels of protection and safey available. Certified by independent test labs to meet or exceed all the standards associated with NFPA 1971-2000, including the 500°F 5-minute oven test.

The Innerzone 1 goggle utilizes a unique two-piece strap and mounting bracket system. It functions well with all major brands of structural fire helmets, with no drilling required. Thumb screws secure goggle straps to the helmet. Goggles can be stowed on the front or rear of the helmet.

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Love the ease of mounting and how much comfort that they have.

Good Face Shield Replacement


I replaced the shield on my helmet with these. They are lighter weight and don't get hung up on obsticals. Plus they look cool.

Holds up well


These goggles have really held up to the test, surviving a few interior fires with little to no damage noted. I really like the size and comfort of wearing them, as they fit easily over top of my prescription glasses, allowing me to keep my eyes protected while wearing my glasses, which is a big advantage over regular safety glasses.

Great goggles to replace your shield


I replaced my shield with these and they work great. They are lighter and smaller than a shield, and don't get hung up on obstacles as easily as a shied does. There are five of us on our department that have been using these over the last few years and they have worked so well that the department is getting every member a pair. They work very well for wildland/field fires as well as for extrication. I would recommend getting a goggle sleeve to keep the lens clean when your not using them, and anti-fog spray.