Cerakote is usually something that most of us associate with guns or gun parts. It is essentially really fancy ceramic spray paint that improves the wear resistance of any given material and can also be used to add a bit of extra color to any rifle or pistol. Gatorz Eyewear has just announced the addition of new Cerakote Coated aluminum frames to both their Magnum and Wraptor billet aluminum frames.
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New Cerakote Coated Aluminum Frames from Gatorz Eyewear
These frames are created in partnership with Cerakote®, the industry leader in thin-film ceramic coating. Adding this matte finish to the protective eyewear lineup offers a unique style and a whole new level of durability. The Cerakote® also provides an anti-corrosive coating and extreme hardness.
The American-made Cerakote coated glasses will come in both the original Magnum wrap-around style frames and the medium-sized Wraptor frames. The Magnum is Gatorz’s large-size frame that gives you full eye coverage and features a tension adjustable frame and adjustable nose pads and bridge for the perfect fit. If you’re looking for a closer fit to your face (for example, if you find yourself frequently shooting behind short eye relief optics), the Gatorz Cerakote coated Wraptor frame is their medium-sized wrap-style frame that fits much closer to your face for a close fit.
New Cerakote Coated Aluminum Frames from Gatorz Eyewear start retailing at a price of $200 for the Magnums with the Wraptors costing about $20 more and the new Cerakote Delta frames – a larger lens square design – cost about $240 from the Gatorz eyewear website. Each pair of Gatorz Cerakote Coated aluminum safety glasses comes with a lifetime frame warranty, hassle-free returns, and are available with first responder, veteran, and military discounts. For those that wear prescription lenses, Gatorz also makes custom prescription lenses for all of their popular frames including the new Cerakote Magnum, Delta, and Wraptor frames.
New Cerakote Coated Aluminum Frames from Gatorz EyewearThe Firearm Blog is written by Luke C. for www.thefirearmblog.com