Gidgee Eyes Equestrian Eyewear
•Polarized lenses reduce glare by filtering light and blocking ultra violet radiation from reaching the eye.
•Polarized lenses are most commonly known as being effective in reducing reflective glare from water surface,
however the same applies to glare originating from sand, bituman or machinery surfaces.
•Brown tinted lenses are the most suited to land based activities, softening harsh light.
They offer extended eye comfort and depth of perception.
• Poly carbonate lenses are perfectly suited to eyewear for action based activity with an ideal combination
of strength and minimum weight.
• All Gidgee eyewear complies with Australian standard AS/NZS 1067,2003 as well as the USA standard
ANSI Z80.3 - 19721/2001.
• Selected Gidgee eyewear lenses are treated with an anti static coating designed to repel dust and other
air born material.
• Use of Gidgee eyewear ensures compliance with the recomendations of both the Australian Cancer Council
and the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency.
• In Australia there are over 200,000 new cases of skin cancer reported each year. Australia has high levels of
ultra violet radiation (UVR) and we encourage everyone to develop an awareness of the daily readings of
UVR available from www.arpansa.gov.au.
• Gidgee eyewear frames are all manufactured from premium quality TR90 which is a high grade nylon selected
for its superior level of memory retention.
• Eyewear styles are designed to maximize the benefits of TR90 and provide excellent coverage for a wide
variety of face and nose shapes.
• Eyewear styles are designed to ensure they fit in conjunction with a wide variety of hats and headwear.
• Replaceable nose pads for adjustable fittings are available if required.
•The lens interchange gives them options for lenses for competition, training, working and driving.
•The Primary Lenses are polarised which eliminates reflective glare from sand arenas to Northern Territory Bitumen.
•The secondary lenses offer great protection for all day wear in cloud conditions or for use in conjunction with wide brimmed hats that may also reduce light to the eyes but not offer UV protection.