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Ess Eyewear Crossbow Suppressor
ESS Eyewear Crossbow Suppressor Sunglasses
CoSC certified Essence Collection by Formex
These new watches by Formex are really quite nice. Stainless steel and titanium with a CoSC calibrated and certified Sellita 200, for under $700us (if you commit early that is) I think they did a very nice job on this watch, with lots of nic...
Sound reasoning. The ETA movement costs on average 60%-%75 more than the like Sellita, and with the restrictions...
How do you organize your kitchen essentials? We have very limited counter space in my kitchen, and after work I want my meals to be easy and efficient, which I found very challenging. I needed to find a way to be creative in the kitchen and...
use peg board! people usually use it to hang tools, but its also a great way to wall mount all your pots and pans too...
ESS Eye Pro Crowbar Ballistic Sunglasses
I agree with the others commenting. I would join if there were better lens options. I have used Reming T-70 shooting glasses with their polarized lenses as my EDC sun glasses/shooting glasses on sunny days. The T-70's are discontinued now and was looking at ESS "Crossbow" as replacements. Better lens package please?
ESS Eye Pro CDI Ballistic Sunglasses
Hey @cynicalllama -- Here's a bit of info from the ESS website, where you can also find testimonials from active service members and veterans who have worn them in combat. "The entire line of ESS ballistic-grade eye pro is engineered to meet or exceed the most stringent U.S. Military and ANSI Z87.1-2010 specifications. Established in 1998, ESS (Eye Safety Systems, Inc.) creates advanced eye protection systems for military, law enforcement...
Cool. I already have a pair of ESS, but they are crappy issued gear and I would love something sturdy and good...