So with my new job I've got a billion safety standards to meet, the most important of which being eye protection. My job will allow me to use my own frames/lenses as long as they meet full ANSI Z87.1 standards, and are completely clear as they cannot alter color perception (an important part of my job). I'm wanting to use a pair of Xmetals with some custom clear lenses from @qtrain23 but I've run into a slight problem in the meantime. My job provides Dewalt glasses at no charge that are almost like an very cheaply made M-Frame, and they bug the hell out of me. No nose rubber, no earsocks, and curved ear stems that go behind your ears instead of just over them. I work 12hr+ shifts and the glasses have to be on at all times, which has been causing headaches. They are horrible and I hate every second of wearing them however they wrap beyond my eyes and almost to my temples, which is one safety standard that my job requires my glasses meet. I've got a pair of Tio2 XX that fit me great for outdoor wear but I don't think they'd pass for safety glasses since the wrap isn't nearly as tight as the Dewalts my work provides. So my basic question is this- Do the Juliets or Romeo 1 provide a better "face hugging" wrap than the XX, extending beyond the edge of the eye socket and back toward the temples? I've tried on a Juliet once before and I seem to remember it sitting quite a bit differently than the XX does on me, but I can't recall exactly how it fit. If I can't find a metal frame that fits my work requirements I'll probably just buy an Industrial M Frame, but I'd much prefer a metal frame if at all possible. So what do you think? Anyone else using these for work with similar safety standards as mine? If I'm able to determine what frame would work best for this I'll most likely be posting a WTB early next week in search of whatever frame is deemed best for my needs. Thanks.