Please contact us to find the specialist dealer in your country.
Available replacement parts
We have different replacement parts for the current products / collection (nose pads, nose bridge etc.) that your dealer can order for you.
Most of our products are always on stock and delivery time will depend on the distance. It may take several days to reach European countries and several weeks for further destinations. We trust in your understanding, that if an item is sold out it may come to a delay in delivery.
Subdivision into individual categories
Glasses are divided into five different grades of transmission (grades of light transmission). This division is not related to UV-protection. All our glasses – even the clear ones – offer 100% UVA, UVB and UVC protection up to 380 nm (nanometre).
for night use (clear lenses)
Category 1 and 2:
for light and medium solar radiation (orange, yellow)
for strong solar radiation (smoke, brown)
Is used in case of very strong solar radiation (e.g. on a glacier) and thus is not suitable for driving.
Changing lenses of the current tactical glasses:
Apache, Attac, Gardosa Evolution M/P, Maverick and Skyray:
Hold the tactical glasses in the left hand at the nose area so that the inside of the glasses is facing to you. Now pull off the lens near the nose area with light pressure. Now you can remove the lens from the outer side of the frame. Please repeat this process also on the other side. Insert the spare lens first at the outer edge and then push it in towards the front.
Blackhawk & Blackhawk Pro, Nighthawk & Nighthawk Pro and Raptor & Raptor Pro:
Hold the tactical glasses in the left hand at the nose area so that the inside of the glasses is facing to you. Now pull off the lens near the nose area with light pressure. You can now remove the lens from the outer sides of the frame. Please repeat this process also on the other side. Insert the spare lens first at the outer edge and then push it in towards the front.
First remove the clip adapter of the Stingray M/P. Hold the Stingray M/P horizontally. Pull the right lens downward and at the same time press the right frame upward. With a “click” this part of frame will become loose. Please repeat the same procedure for the left side. It can be rather hard to remove the lens first time! Lenses and frame are very flexible and robust however! Now you can remove the lenses easily and change them.
Hold the tactical glasses Devil in the left hand at the nose area so that the inside of the glasses is facing you. Now pull off the lens near the upper nose pad area with light pressure out of the frame. Please repeat this process also on both sides and remove the lens. Insert the spare lens from the outside, starting at the right edge.
Firstly, please remove the foam from the nose area and after this from the outer sides. After that press the lens out from the inside to the outside softly. Insert the spare lens from the outside to the inside and press it in softly at the nose area. Finally, replace the foam at the outer sides and after this press it down at the nose area.
F‑Tac, F‑Tac Pro and F‑Tac Arctic:
First pull out one side of the nose holder to unhooked it and remove the holder from the frame. After this spread top of the frame to loosen the lens. Then unhook the lens from the frame and remove it. Next, insert bottom of the lens into the “frame ditch”. Then insert two sides of the lens into the “frame ditch”. Finally, press down top of the frame to the lens.
Which RX clip adapters are suitable for which tactical glasses?
RX Clip 62101: Blackhawk, Defense, Nighthawk, Raptor
RX Clip 62106: Stingray MP
RX Clip 62110: Tomcat
RX Clip 62141: G‑Tac
Are the RX clips suitable for varifocal use?
This depends on individual parameters which should be specifically clarified by an optician.
Can you use the RX clips for all kind of dioptries?
Due to many different possibilities the range is wider than with direct glazing! However, there is a range that may not be technically feasible in order to make it comfortable for the user. This should also be clarified by an optician.
Care instructions to clean the RX clip adapters?
Clean the RX clip adapter with water or mild soapy water. Never clean with materials which contais alcohol or dirty cloths.
Which sizes have the RX clip adapters?
Information about RX Clips