Browning Announces Sound Shield All-in-One Ear and Eye Protection

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posted on April 12, 2016
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After rolling it out for industry insiders at SHOT Show 2016, Browning has officially launched its new Sound Shield shooting glasses, which have an added feature that hunters and shooters should enjoy: Ear plugs stored on a retractable cord in the end of the ear pieces. If you've got your eyes, you've got your ears.

Sound Shield shooting glasses feature tall lenses with a frameless design to provide additional coverage and eliminate visual distractions and blind spots. The glasses are available in either yellow or lightly tinted indoor/outdoor lenses. A soft rubber nosepiece reduces slipping and lens fogging.

The included earplugs have a NRR of 25 dB and are replaceable and washable.

All Sound Shield glasses ship with an MSRP of $29.99. The replacement earplug pack, which offers a dozen plugs, is available for $19.99.

For more information, go to Browning.com.

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