“Normal wear & tear” includes, but is not limited to: taking cover from enemy fire, scaling a cliff face, downhill mountain biking or skiing, skydiving, hiking rugged terrain, dropping your Numa’s on a hard surface, accidentally stepping or sitting on them, and even letting your toddler play with them.
What is the Numa Material? The Numa materials are proprietary blends designed to give you the toughest eyewear / eye protection available at a minimum weight. “Tough Flex” is… “Light Flex” is…
Are my Numa glasses OSHA, ANSI Z87.1, MIL-PRF-31013 or MCEPS approved? What is the difference? All Numa eyewear meets or exceeds ANSI Z87.1 standards for optical clarity and impact resistance. Some Numa eyewear also meets or exceeds the MIL-PRF-31013 and MCEPS standards for the United States military. Please check the product description on Numa.com for exact specifications on individual eyewear products. OSHA Standards (—) 29 CFR, Eye and Face Protection (—) 1910.133 Federal regulated standards in which employers must comply for the protection and safety of their employees. This standard obligates employers to enforce the uses of appropriate eye or face protection when exposed to hazardous materials, liquids, vapors, chemicals or other harmful substances. OSHA references ANSI Z87.1 as the benchmark standard for for occupational eye and face protection.
Can I purchase additional lenses for my eyewear? Of course! We sell a full array of additional lens kits for all of our frames. Please call or use the contact us form.