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I work as a machinist, and have tried many different types of safety glasses over the years. For me the things tend to wear out fast, so I go with cheap ones. Right now I'm using nemisis brand (don’t even know who makes them) and like them. I was in both home depot and Lowes the other day and noticed they had nice selections of safety glasses at affordable prices.
For shooting glasses I do the exact opposite. I use oakleys and like em a lot, but you don’t need to spend anywhere near that much money for good protection.
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SMITH! I will never buy another brand of glasses. The model I wear now is "Threshold." They have replaceable lenses that you can swap for any color. I love em. Spendy but comfy and nice. They aren't specifically shooting glasses but they will work for anything. SMITH is an awesome company and they really put out nice stuff and they stand behind their products.

http://www.smithoptics.com/Threshold-Slider_30_31.html
 

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SMITH! I will never buy another brand of glasses. The model I wear now is "Threshold." They have replaceable lenses that you can swap for any color. I love em. Spendy but comfy and nice. They aren't specifically shooting glasses but they will work for anything. SMITH is an awesome company and they really put out nice stuff and they stand behind their products.

http://www.smithoptics.com/Threshold-Slider_30_31.html
One other thing about Smiths is they will be the last pair you buy unless you lose them. A lens fell out after 5 years of use and broke on the ground. I buy the real glass lenses for my neutral grey pair. (Not safety glasses though). They covered it with their life-time warranty and got a new replacement pair. I have a pair for golfing, driving and general outdoor. I have another pair with brown plastic lenses for fishing. The polarization of Smiths is superior to others IMO and I can see the fish better through the glare.
 

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Maybe someone knows for sure but my understanding is that prescription eyewear made in the US is sufficient for shooting as far as safety glasses. Non-prescription eyewear, including sunglasses, may not be and should be evaluated before using them for shooting.

I don't know what the standards are and perhaps someone in the industry can clarify this; however, that is my understanding.
 
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I use some by browning that I bought at gunnies in Orem, comes w/ 4 interchangeable colored lenses, clear, grey(smoke), yellow and orange. They were about $25-$30 I believe, very easy to use and seem to be holding up well and not scratching.
 
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