KleenGuard Maverick and Nemesis eye protection from Kimberly Clark Professional are designed with comfort in mind.

When you see workers taking safety glasses on and off, adjusting them due to discomfort, or searching for misplaced glasses…


Solve:  KleenGuard Maverick and Nemesis Eye Protection

Both eyewear solutions are designed with comfort in mind:

  • Nemesis Eyewear features comfort touch temples and
    nosepiece for comfortable wear
  • Every pair of NemesisEyewear comes with a
    neck cord to safely store the eyewear when not in use
  • Maverick Eyewear has integrated comfort touch points on the nose bridge and temples to prevent slippage
    and reduce pressure
  • Eligible for RightCycle by Kimberly-Clark Professional®
    (Note: The RightCycle™ Program is a groundbreaking service that enables you to collect previously hard-to-recycle items, such as Kimberly-Clark Professional nitrile gloves, safety eyewear and single-use apparel items, and have them turned into new consumer goods.)


Nemesis™ (left) and KleenGuard™ Maverick™ (right) eye protection
Nemesis™ (left) and KleenGuard™ Maverick™ (right) eye protection

When you see workers using computers and taking breaks to prevent eye strain, headaches and blurred vision…


Solve:  KleenGuard Maverick Eye Protection

  • Designed with anti-glare coating to help 
    reduce eye strain and fatigue 
  • Colorful accents make it easy to identify eye protection from a distance
  • Eligible for The RightCycle™ Program

Did you know?

Airborne Particulates and Flying Debris

Flying debris is the primary cause of eye injuries in America. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that 2,000 eye injuries occur every day in the workplace. Of these, 70% are caused by flying debris particles which include gritty dust, wood shavings, glass pieces, etc.


  • Injuries to eyes account for 62%1 of all face injuries involving days away from work.
  • 45% 2 of all eye injury cases occurred in manufacturing and construction.
  • The median number of days away from work for eye injury cases is two days.3
  • Allergic and irritant dermatitis accounts for 15% - 20%4 of all reported
    occupational diseases.

Bureau of Labor Statistics, Workplace Injuries Involving the eye, February 2011

Bureau of Labor Statistics, Workplace Injuries Involving the eye, February 2011

Bureau of Labor Statistics, Workplace Injuries Involving the eye, February 2011

NIOSH, DHHS Publication Number 96-115, April 1996


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