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Revision Military and Fast Metal are two companies that have always been at the forefront of their respective industries. Revision Military has been working to create the best protective eyewear, focusing on developing top-of-the-line ballistic protective lenses. Fast Metal, on the other hand, has been busy crafting high-quality, made-in-USA aluminum sunglasses. And now, these two industry leaders have come together to unveil their latest collaboration. The companies have released an official press release, and now it’s time to see what they have to say.

Meet The Speed Demon

Revision Military, a leading producer of protective eyewear, has spent years developing best-in-class ballistic protective lenses. Similarly, Fast Metal and its founder have spent that time developing premium made-in-USA aluminum sunglasses. With this collaboration announcement, the two companies have combined what they are truly experts in to create the Revision Speed Demon metal sunglasses with Revision’s new I-Vis lens technology. These sunglasses bring together state-of-the-art lens technology with a sleek, stylish frame.

Speed Demon Metal Frame Sunglasses

Fast Metal was built on over 35 years of experience in manufacturing the highest quality metal sunglasses by its founder, Ken Wilson. As the pioneer of the aluminum sunglass industry, Ken created the first patented 27-step procedure for manufacturing high-quality aluminum frames. Today, Fast Metal is proud to offer the world’s first and best aluminum sunglass and eyewear protection system featuring field-replaceable lenses.

Over the past 20 years, Revision has become the proven supplier of military protective eyewear to NATO forces worldwide. This new partnership with Fast Metal is a powerful relationship combining military and tactical industry expertise with the best aluminum sunglass design. The goal – is to create an eyewear protection system that customers not only need but want.

“At Revision, we believe in the power of partnerships and collaborations in bringing new and exciting technology to end-users quickly,” said Revision CEO Amy Coyne. “Our new I-Vis lens technology delivers enhanced visual performance, and we needed an everyday sunglass platform to offer protection, style, and performance. We believe this collab is just the beginning of our partnership with Ken and the Fast Metal team.”

So what’s so special about these new Revision Speed Demon Sunglasses?

Well, first, the frame is entirely made out of aluminum 7075 allow, which provides ANSI Z87.1 protection.

Second, it is available with Revision’s new I-Vis lens technology. This technology is an advanced dye formulation process resulting in a new series of lens tints that markedly enhance visual performance. More than a single solution, I-Vis lenses are available in six tints, each optimized for use in a different environment. Each tint is designed to increase contrast and elevate color recognition in specific geographic regions, doing so without the negative effects associated with traditional monochromatic lens tints. These Speed Demon lenses also come with Revision’s OcuMax anti-fog and scratch coating and are field replaceable.

I-Vis Lens Tech

Finally, all frames and lenses are made in the USA; frames are made by Fast Metal in Yuma, Arizona, and lenses are made by Revision in Essex Junction, Vermont. The product is available for sale today at and coming soon to Revision’s network of dealers and distributors around the globe.

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  1. @Staff Writer

    I’m using an OLD pair of B&L Aviator frames that I periodically change out the Rx lenses. The Revision eye pro looks great…but, no prescription capability is a definite deal breaker.

    Looked at the Revision site, the data presented is inconclusive as to whether this model is Prescription compatible or not.

    Do you have any further info?

    • Take a look at WileyX glasses. They have prescription available, ~same specs, material might be different but they are less expensive than these.

  2. Price?
    I’m guessing it’s like what they say about a Rolls Royce — “If you have to ask the price, you can’t afford it.”
    Maybe they should offer payment on an installment plan, “Just 36 easy monthly payments, and in three years, they can be yours!”

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