For those who want a mid point between glasses and goggles, Revision made these. The kit comes with a nice pack of instructions, lenses, dust sock, and of course the carry case itself. Durability specs are up to par with Revision's usual beyond compliance of military ballistic goggles with no lens distortion. Although vision is good for this style of goggle, a lot of peripheral vision is lost compared to 1 lens style goggles like the Desert Locust. Prescription inserts are available using Revision's clip in system. The Bullet Ants generally feel good on my face, but were very prone to fogging on my tests so far.
One such instance was while playing ultimate frizbee. To add insult to injury I took a nice shot to the eye right after I had to raise my goggles since I could not see due to fog. Perhaps tearing off the foam that covers the hex vents would help the fog issue. More on the plus side, I think they look pretty cool and I like the quick strap adjust hardware on the right side. I was able to quickly adjust comfot while the goggles were still on. Those who want the full protection of a goggle, but not the size of 1 lens goggle may want to check these out. Other notes include the Bulletants were made for optimal compatibility with the British Army’s Mark VI helmet and the design lends itself to work well for Special Air Force Operations. Check out the revision site for all the detailed technical specs: