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Bugz Steel Mesh Safety Goggles - 30 Mesh (Fine)

Bugz Steel Mesh Safety Goggles - 30 Mesh (Fine)Bugz Steel Mesh Safety Goggles - 30 Mesh (Fine)Bugz Steel Mesh Safety Goggles - 30 Mesh (Fine)Bugz Steel Mesh Safety Goggles - 30 Mesh (Fine)
SKU: SN-1030MPN: SN-1030
QuantityCost per PairSave
1 - 9$34.95-
10 + $31.5010%
  • USUALLY SHIPS: 1 - 2 Days
  • Made in the United States of America!

Product Description

The BUGZ Sight Shield was developed for large particle eye protection in hostile environments like, logging, wildland fire fighting, landscaping and mining. In all these environments either high heat, humidity or dust proves to be very challenging for a normal polycarbonate safety glass. The combined elements in all these endeavors stresses the strongest anti-fog or hard coatings. After a short while, these products all fail.

The BUGZ Sight Shield uses an anatomically designed polycarbonate frame that matches the facial bone structure. In addition, an open cell foam is used to further enhance comfort and seal. To protect the eyes from large particles coming off different tools, the BUGZ Sight Shield employs a high tensile strength, stainless steel wire mesh lens which is sonically welded into the frame. These lenses stop the particles from entering the eyes, but will not fog up, or become so scratched they are unusable. Additionally, the BUGZ Sight Shield uses a soft and comfortable polyester strap to hold the product in place, no matter what position.

  • The "Can't Fog Safety Goggles"…steel mesh is easy to see through
  • Designed to protect against debris, foreign particles, wood chips and other similar materials
  • Very popular with arborist, loggers and other chainsaw operators


Mesh Goggles

Questions & Answers

2 Questions & 2 Answers
from Chico, CA asked:
January 29, 2020
Are these Ansi Z87+ rated?
1 Answer
No, they are not ANSI rated.
Submitted by: WRS on February 4, 2020

from Unknown asked:
February 21, 2018
Do the Bugz Steel Mesh Safety Goggles fit over prescription glasses?
1 Answer
Generally, no. It's possible they would fit over someone's glasses, but the fit seems too tight and when tested on one of our employee's they simply did not fit.
Submitted by: Westech Rigging Supply on February 23, 2018

Product Reviews

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By Dom
Salcha, Alaska
Solidly Built Goggles
February 12, 2021
I've been using these mesh safety goggles to clear trails with a saw during 0-20*F. You can still see quite well through the 30 Mesh.

I haven't run into much sawdust cutting in this weather so I don't know if it will successful keep sawdust out of my eyes, but the wire mesh looks like it will keep out 95% of dust.

The construction is pretty much glued together. The glue seems solid enough, but I'd recommend you not keep this on the vehicle dash during summer time or directly in front of a heater so the goggles don't heat up too much and mess with the glue.
  • Does not fog!
  • 30 Mesh is still easily viewable.
  • Solid construction.
  • Glue construction may need to stay away from heat sources.
  • I don't know about very fine saw dust.

Safety Notice

Although Westech Rigging Supply strives to manufacture and sell the highest quality rigging and safety gear, use of the gear is dangerous if not used correctly by competent trained professionals. Westech Rigging Supply disclaims any liability resulting from the misuse of its rigging and safety gear. Please take a moment to more thoroughly review our disclaimer.

Westech Rigging Supply rigging and safety gear is only intended to be used by competent trained professionals. Misuse of the rigging and safety gear can result in serious injury up to and including loss of life. As such, Westech Rigging Supply disclaims liability for any misuse or incorrect product selection by our customers.

Rigging and safety gear purchased from Westech Rigging Supply should be used in strict accordance with all industry and OSHA standards. At no time should rigging or safety gear be used beyond its certified load ratings (aka Working Load Limits). Normal wear and tear should be expected with use of rigging and safety gear; therefore, all gear should be thoroughly inspected before each and every use. Worn or unsafe rigging and safety gear should never be used.