SI Ballistic Det Cord

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Oakley SI Ballistic Det Cord


The Standard Issue Ballistic Det Cord™ is the perfect blend of ballistic protection and Oakley fashion. Fully compliant with the ballistic and optical standards of MIL PRF32432 and ANSI Z87.1 (2010), the Standard Issue Ballistic Det Cord™ is balanced for aggressive environments and covert capabilities. The Standard Issue Ballistic Det Cord is also “fully-equipped” with its' anti-fog coating, comms compatible ear stems, and rubberized unobtanium nosepiece. It is one piece of eyewear that is ready for any situation.


  • Lightweight O Matter™ frame material
  • Thin stem technology for comms compatibility
  • 8.75 base lens geometry with HDO®
  • Meets MIL-SPEC MIL PRF 32432A
  • Surpasses ANSI Z87.1 (2015) Industrial Standards for high-mass and high-velocity impact protection
  • Prizm™ Contras-Enhancing Lenses available




In order for SI Ballistic eyewear to meet the MIL PRF 32432A ballistic impact requirement, Oakley eyewear is hit with a 0.15 caliber, 5.85 grain, T37 shaped projectile at approximately 700-725 feet per second. The eyewear must remain intact throughout the test, without experiencing any dislodged components or fracture to the lens.


ANSI Z87.1 (2015)


Part of an industrial standard called ANSI Z87.1 (2015), the High-Mass Impact test requires that the lens be hit by a 500-gram metal spike (over a pound of weight) dropped from a height of 51.2 inches (over four feet). To pass the test, no frame parts or lens fragments that could damage the eye may be ejected during impact.



Oakley premium eyewear surpasses the ANSI Z87.1 (2015) test for high-velocity impact protection. For this test, a pneumatic cannon accelerates a quarter-inch steel shot to 102 miles per hour. The lens is targeted straight on from three different heights and at seven different angles. To pass the high-velocity test, no contact between the lens and eye is permitted during impact. In addition, no frame parts or lens fragments that could damage the eye may be ejected during impact.

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