Safety glasses - Contour (Sidewinder) - Grey Polarised 1652107

Contour (Sidewinder) Grey Polarised 1652107

Lightweight and effective

23gWeight : 23g Outdoor Accessory : Microfibre pouch Grey polarised


The top selling half frame dual lens design combined with a high gloss, dark gun metal frame. Rubber nose pads & temple tips provide superior comfort and non-slip fit.

  • High gloss, dark gun metal frame
  • Rubber nose pads for superior comfort and non-slip fit
  • Half frame dual lens design
  • Featuring Platinum Coating: a high performance anti-fog + anti-scratch coating system on Clear, Smoke, Amber and Bronze lenses
  • Hard coat on Grey Polarised lens
  • Approved to AS/NZS 1337.1.2010 for Medium Impact Protection


AS / NZS 1337.1:2010:

AS / NZS Standard

Eye protectors for industrial applications

AS / NZS 1337.1:2010

Frame marking

Eye protectors for industrial applications

I or F*

Lens marking

Medium energy impact, resists a 6 mm, ball at 45 m/s.

2 or 3

Lens marking

Ultraviolet radiation


Occular marking

Range of luminous transmittance 8 -18%



A neutral density Grey lens with a polarising filter that provides the perfect balance between comfort and protection. It provdes true colour definition while fighting harsh glare. Recommended for those working for long hours in high glare/ outdoor situations. Theses lenses block virtually 99.99% of UVA/UVB rays, protection that goes well beyond government and commercial standards. All Bollé Safety’s polarised lenses are injection moulded. The optically precise polarising film is embedded into the lens ensuring it won’t wear or scratch off the lens.

Customer reviews

We have been selling Sidewinder Smoke Polarised for several years now as our premium polarised safety glasses. They have a very loyal following by some of our best customers who value the quality of the lenses and protection that they offer when working in bright sunlight or operating machinery.
Jeff Bartlett- Hip Pocket Workwear & Safety Horsham

I was drilling through galvanised steel 5m in the air, the drill bit snapped and the shard hit my glasses. I did not even notice it until my colleague pointed it out sticking out of my left lens. I want to thank you for saving my eyes !