Type of Safety Glasses Features and Fit

Unsure what type of protective eyewear is right for you? Start with the basics of eye safety: the potential hazards in your work environment affect the level of eye protection you need, ranging from traditional spectacles up to gasketed glasses or goggles. Then factor in fit: well-fitted eyewear should minimize space between the lenses and your face to reduce exposure. Finally, other performance features like lens colors, coating options and more can help enhance your safety—and your style. View all products

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Design options for comfort and fit.
  • 3M™ SecureFit™ Eyewear

    For when all-day comfort is a must, look no further than this innovative eyewear that provides comfortable pressure equalization by allowing the temples to flex and self-adjust to the size and shape of the wearer’s head.

  • 3M™ Solus™ Eyewear

    Need comfort with customization? This eyewear offers a lower-profile frame, padded temples and a soft nose bridge, plus a variety of lens and frame colors and a stylish fit—delivering protection that’s both reliable and fashionable.

  • 3M™ GoggleGear™ Eyewear

    Facing dust, splash or vapor hazards? Our safety goggles create a protective seal around your eyes—and they’re comfortable to wear and available with Scotchgard™ Protector Anti-fog and Anti-scratch coating for visibility when you need it most.

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Lens options for style and safety.
  • example of clear tint lens


    Highest visual acuity and color recognition.

  • example of gray tint lens


    Reduces overall brightness of visual light.

  • example of amber tint lens


    Increases contrast by filtering hazy and blue-colored light.

  • example of indoor/outdoor


    Slightly reduces overall brightness of visible light.

  • example of blue tint lens

    Blue (excl. "sodium blue")

    Reduces brightness and glare from yellow light sources. Not intended for use in glass blowing.

  • example of polarized lens


    Reduces overall brightness, glare and reflected light.

  • example of mirrored lens


    Reflects light sources, helping reduce brightness.

  • example of photochromic


    Darkens when exposed to UV light (outdoors) and lightens when UV light is reduced (indoors).

  • example of infrared filters

    Infrared Filters

    Reduces infrared radiation.

  • example of brown tint lens


    Reduces overall brightness, typically allowing color recognition.

  • example of vermillion tint lens


    Helps improve visual acuity and contrast.

  • example of organe tint lens


    Reduces blue light in specific applications, e.g., blue light curing.

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Coating options for protection.
  • sideview of worker with 3M eyewear, hard hat, and comms


    Our standard anti-scratch coating increases the scratch resistance and durability of the lenses.

  • worker wearing head, eye, and hearing protection


    Our anti-fog/anti-scratch coating helps minimize lens fogging issues while providing scratch resistance and durability.

  • worker wearing coveralls with hood, eyewear, and a reusable respirator

    3M™ Scotchgard™ Protector Anti-fog Coating

    Tested to EN168 N & K for anti-fog and anti-scratch, this is our most advanced coating, which resists fogging longer than traditional anti-fog coatings through up to 25 washings with water.

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