Football visor has been a popular option for military personnel for decades.
But there are plenty of reasons to be wary of using one, including that the visor’s design could damage or even break your eye.
Now, an Arizona-based company is offering a helmet-mounted visor that looks just like a regular football visor.
The company, Advanced Visor, has been working on its new technology for several years.
The new visor is made out of a thin plastic that can be coated with protective compounds to reduce its durability.
Its creators have developed a method of coating the visors in the material, and it can be customized to suit the wearer’s needs.
This new product, which can be ordered today from Advanced Vison, could be a major step in protecting military personnel from potentially dangerous situations.
The Advanced Visoion company, based in Tucson, has developed a helmet that looks like a standard football visors.
It uses a special adhesive to create the new visors that can protect soldiers from impacts, the Arizona Republic reports.
While most military personnel wear their helmets with some degree of protection, Advanced visor uses a polymer shell to provide a lightweight, high-tech protective layer.
The shell is also made of polycarbonate, and Advanced visoion is the first to offer this.
The shells have a flexible layer that can bend and bend in different directions.
“We’ve been working for years on these materials and our technology, and we’re very excited about the future,” said Michael D. Williams, senior vice president and general manager of Advanced Visorent.
“The combination of the adhesive and the polycarbonated shell makes the visored helmet one of the safest helmets on the market.”
The new Advanced Visotone visor works by coating the shell with a special material, called a nano-polyester, which acts as a thin, flexible layer.
Williams says the coating makes the helmet virtually impervious to impact.
In order to produce the new helmet, Advanced Visions is using a process called photolithography.
The process involves a layer of material being cut into tiny pieces, which are then placed onto a surface.
According to the company, this process makes the material flexible, yet durable.
The visors can withstand extreme temperatures up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
The material is also flexible enough to allow the visorable to be worn without the need for special padding.
Advanced Visor is also planning to make other new visored helmets in the future.
The military will be the first customers for the new product.
This article originally appeared on Medical News Daily and was reprinted with permission.
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