1990s Safety Goggles

Working at a hazardous job site can require high quality protective eyewear. While safety goggle performance steadily improved throughout the 20th century, it wasn’t until the 1990s that eye safety took a giant leap forward. To meet new safety requirements, most goggle makers turned predominately to lightweight, shatter resistant polycarbonate plastics the same used in “bulletproof” glass to help protect our workers’ eyes while giving them a clear view under many challenging conditions.