- Polarized lenses with UV400，Cat. 3
- Super flexible plastic frames bend instead of break
- Wraparound lens increases eye protection
- Lightweight - only 82g
- Adjustable and swap-able ear-pieces
- Adjustable lens angle
- Removable lens for easier transport
BrilliantThomas Justin Harry on Feb 28, 2021
These glasses are brilliant for arb work! they cover your entire vision, they are strong but flexible and fit perfectly under ear defenders. never once had them steam up while working. Brilliant glasses these!
Not bad at all!Tim on Feb 10, 2021
Great eyewear through our Aussie summer! The large lenses give coverage to a full field of vision yet are light enough to wear while climbing. The adjustment in the arms makes them perfect to wear with your helmet and earmuffs, also the thin arms barely break the seal on your hearing protection. Excellent product!!
Best t shirt everBen Atkins on May 21, 2020
Ive had many items from bear valley, but the exo ranger tops them all. In this hot weather it breathes and stops you over heating. Looks good and very tough.
I have 4 of them now, only t shirt i wear for work
Très bon produitGjislain on May 28, 2020
Superbe coupe 👌 Belle qualité de fabrication. Je le recommande fortement
Absolutely excellent shirtGeorge Harding on May 20, 2020
I found out about bear valley at the arb show last year, I’ve got three of these and absolutely love them. It’s my go to shirt for work. I recommend to anyone
OriginalDavid on May 22, 2020
Very good quality t shirts, very robust and good sized, ideal for this industry
Just awesome…Paskal on May 20, 2020
I’m a tall guy (6’6”) and this is the first work shirt I’ve ever worn that’s not creeping out of my pants, during a climbing day. No more sawdust in my boxers! The tight and a bit longer sleeves are a great feature too. Drives sweat off really nice. Sooo... the Exoranger shirts make a workday a breeze!
Awesome topsSteve on Feb 11, 2021
Love these tops hugs u and gives plenty support aswell as warmth
EXO..MG!Phil Ellis on May 20, 2020
I sized up from my usual T-shirt size of XL to 2XL and it fits fantastically! It’s stays tucked in when you need it too and drys out very quickly on hot sunny days ... The groundies and the climbers all love the shirts and you definitely can’t go wrong for the price, but my advice would be, size up 1 size and you’ll be in to a winner!
Too good for work!Simon on June 5, 2020
Such good shirts! I had the Exo 1 which was a good shirt, but this is something else! i was reluctant to wear it for work for a few weeks , but had to bite the bullett, and have to say they're hard wearing and in the recent heat have been spot on! now have 10 more in other colours for the rest of the team to try!
PerfectKevin Cooper on Feb 21, 2021
This T-shirt is perfect in every way and the fit is 2nd to none the length is perfect to keep the sawdust out and to stop it Riding up.
very perfect breathable material.
Exoranger teeScott Mccoid on May 20, 2020
The company I work for got us all company logos tops and we tried a few different ones all kept snagging and tearing, then we got the bear Valley exo ranger and wow incredible quality and everyone of us have never had any tears or snags even when working with hawthorn 😂 top notch product highly recommended
How to adjust the ear pieces
On the inside of each arm you'll see a slider with a round button at the end. Using something with a fine point (key, pen, etc.) push down on this button whilst simultaneously pulling the ear piece away from the lens. It will come away from the frame with a pop.
You can then slide it back it, stopping at any of the four adjustment points.
You can also swap the ear pieces for the included soft rubber hooked ear pieces - their adjustment and installation is exactly the same.
How to adjust the lens
Hold the Raptors side-on. With the lens in one hand, grip the frame with your other hand and gently angle it up or down. It can click into position in any one of the six adjustment teeth.
Removing the lens from the frame
Hold the nose piece of the Raptors in one hand, and the thick centre part of the frames in the other. Gently pull your hands apart, and the lens will separate from the frame. Repeat this process in both corners.