Raptor 2 Custom Rx Kit

Raptor 2 Custom Rx Kit

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The Raptor 2 Rx is an evolution in frame design offering both temple adjustment and pantoscopic frame adjustment for the shooter. The temple adjustment extends 15mm while the pantoscopic adjustment of 40 degrees allows for the lens assembly to tilt to the face or away from the cheek depending on how you address the gun stock. This enhanced level of customization provides prescriptive wearers the ability to tune the lens for more accurate visual registration when in the gun while also enhancing the fit of the glass on the nose bridge. The frame is fit with a high performance rubber sweat bar and the temples are our proprietary fork design helping balance the frame and reduce felt weight of the frame on the nose bridge. The total frame weight is about 1 ounce or 30gm. The superior fit of the frame is further enhanced with a high performance silicone one-piece nose pad.

The Raptor 2 Rx is available either with Plano lenses and an insert or full Rx lenses.

Sizing:

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Lens Style: Interchangeable 2-Lens
Adjustability:

  • Nose Piece vertical adjustment
  • Lens Tilt (Copa)

Temple Styles Available:

  • Copa Mundial
  • Edge

Orders are typically shipped same day if made before 3pm EST, excluding weekends and holidays.

 

FREE Domestic Ground
$35 FedEX 2 Day (weekend delivery not included)

$50 Flat Rate Global Shipping*

*Canada, Mexico, Central America: $35 flat rate
*Europe is FREE for purchases of $350 or more

SHIPPING TIMES:

Domestic ground shipping typically takes 3-5 days. International shipping, always sent priority, arrives in about 3 days.

For information about product warranties and the return policy, visit here.

What should I consider when choosing lens filtrations?
4 criteria to consider:

  1. Environment – Where are you using the lens? The desert, the woods, open fields?
  2. Lighting Condition – Full Sun, Medium Light, Low Light, Overcast, at Night, Indoors?
  3. Activity – Clay Shooting Sports, Hunting, Sport Specific
  4. Filter Color – The base filter color value is a real benefit to recognize. Some athletes see better with for example more lift in “Red” with lens while others need less and more balance approaches to color.

Each of these lens criteria are detailed in each lens filtration product and you can use the filtering capability on the component lens page to narrow your lens options, selecting each data point. If you are building a kit but do not yet know which lenses you would like, visit the lens component page for the glasses series you are wanting to purchase and use the filtering to narrow your selections.

Does eye color make a difference?
Athletes with lighter color eyes tend to be more light sensitive than athletes with darker eyes… So low transmittance values (meaning darker lenses) in the lens offering will tend to be very comfortable for light colored eye athletes. Dark color eye athletes will tend to want a bit more transmittance value and are less light sensitive so they can benefit from less dark filter profiles and more light traveling through the lens.

How is performance affected in different filtrations? 
Our lens technology provides technical achievement across all transmittance values from full sun to low light. The ability to accelerate color lift has more realized performance in darker lenses as there is more pigment tuning technology in a darker lens. So if the athlete is looking for more demonstrated “Lift” or “Change” in color - darker value lenses provide more of a significant change in the sight picture for the athlete. For athletes looking for a rich color and very balanced lens, you should look to stay with the “ED” lens profiles as these provide lift to the entire color spectrum and provide extremely detailed sight pictures. The entire sight picture becomes more vibrant and defined with any of our lens technologies, but usage occasion can be specifically detailed with our lens selector for each model.

How can I tell which lenses are best for which environments?
The environment that you are using our lens technology in is quite important as the lens filter or the way we manipulate color or elevate or decrease color provides significant benefits to the athlete using the lenses. Our lenses are classified with the following designations: 

Enhanced Definition – “ED” - these lenses are a balanced color lift where we concentrate on making the entire visual picture more vibrant across the complete color spectrum. 

High Contrast – “HC” - these utilize a mix of color values across the visual spectrum to create more contrast and separation between the intended target or environment, so the sight picture has separation between color. 

Neutralizers – “N” – these are special utility lenses where the design of the lens is specifically engineered to suppress greens and elevate specific values in the visual color spectrum to intensify various colors. 

Max Lift – “M” lenses – these are lenses specifically engineered to elevate the orange piece of the visual spectrum. We have many lenses that use this technical filter profile to dial up orange recognition and intensity. The amount of lift between lenses using “M” or “Max” filters is different by lens transmittance with some being more intense than others. The darker the lens the more pop you will get but even our high transmittance lenses provide a nice rich color enhancement in the orange piece of the spectrum. The Max technology can spike pieces of the visual spectrum by over 600%. This is a huge advantage for athletes looking for quick acquisition of the intended reference target.

Anti-Reflective - This coating reduces glare off the lens surfaces and is highly recommended with higher transmittance lenses and inserts.

Bifocal - Flat top bifocals, fit to the lens with a minimal registration of the bifocal so the “reader” does not get in the way of the athlete's vision.

Progressive - Multifocal lenses that accommodate both near and far sighted vision without seeing any line in the lens. Recommended only if you utilize progressive lenses in your everyday glasses or current sports glasses.

Hi-Index - This option reduces the weight and thickness of the lens in high corrective needs. It is necessary for individuals requiring a level of correction over +/– 2.00.

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STEPS TO BuILD YOUR Raptor Raptor 2 Custom Rx Kit:

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SELECT TEMPLES

Select one option from the available temple styles and colors.

SELECT LENSES

Choose lens filtrations to add to your kit. The more lenses in a kit, the greater the lens discount.

RX

To make the glasses prescription, you will be able to add an Rx insert to your kit. You may choose to have Pilla fill the prescription in the insert, or fill the prescription in the insert on your own.

SELECT CASE

A Medium Vault is standard in every custom kit. You may select a color for the included case or choose an upgraded case option.

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Raptor Series

This next generation frame of the Raptor 2 offers both temple adjustment and pantoscopic frame adjustment for the shooter, while still utilizing the unique floating lens technology. When you put the lenses on the frame, the temples are allowed to flex without bending the front bar of the frame. This is an important performance feature for prescriptive wearers as “frame flex” will not change the lens position effecting the power in the lens. There are multiple styles and materials available for the interchangeable temples.

Raptor 2 Custom Rx Kit Frames

This traditional performance frame system is an evolution on our successful 500 Series. The frame is completely adjustable and uses a floating-lens design to maintain perfect optics in our Zeiss Pilla lenses. This floating design anchors the lens with a special frame wing that ties into the front bar of the glasses. This is a very special design to maintain perfect optical registration of the lenses no matter how flexed the frame is when wearing. The lenses do no bend in the frame.

LEARN ABOUT

LENS FILTRATIONS

When building your kit, you can select up to four lenses. This is a great way to personalize your kit for the conditions and environments you prefer. Each lens filtration is designed for specific conditions. We go over some of the most common lens questions we receive in our main FAQ page.

If you'd rather simplify the process, check out our Ready-Made Kits.

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