Supported by Tony Parker, Bolle brings you a new line of Sport Protective glasses designed for kids.
Available with earpieces OR full wrap strap and foam versions. (not interchangeable between the two)
Eyesize: 53/17 (ages 9 to 14) (See "More Help" tab for sizing information)
Dual Design: Strap can be attached for more secure fit.
SAS Shock Absorption System: A revolutionary industrial process that allows co-injecting two different materials at the same time: hard material for impact resistance and very soft material for impact absorption. This new process does not use chemical bonding agents, greatly reducing the risk of allergic reactions and avoiding the possibility of heat-induced separation of components. This process also offers a very high level of durability.
Platinum Coating: The most efficient Bollé-owned scratch resistant and anti-fog technology, used successfully in industrial and military environments. It delivers precise vision even during the most demanding physical activities.
Polycarbonate Lenses: All Sport Protective frames are constructed with a recently developed grade of polycarbonate, delivering flexibility for comfort combined with a very high level of impact resistance. Additional benefits include: greater adjustability and an unrivalled ergonomic fit.
Certified Protective: Safety eyewear is governed by standards that are quite distinct from those applicable to ophthalmic eyewear worn every day. Our number one concern is the safety of our customers. Therefore, Bollé Sport Protective eyewear complies with the EN 166, ANSI Z87.1-2010 and ASTM standards, even when corrective lenses are incorporated. The EN166:2001 standard certifies the frame assembled with corrective or non-corrective lenses in terms of optical precision, impact resistance of corrective lenses used for assembly (2mm polycarbonate only), anti fog and anti-scratch treatment, UVA and UVB filtration, frame resistance and lateral protection. 2mm polycarbonate protective lenses.
Includes sport retainer strap.
Note: If you are not purchasing prescription lenses with A Sight for Sport Eyes: To guarantee impact resistance and comply with ASTM F803 and ANSI Z87.1-2010 standard, polycarbonate lenses must have a minimum thickness of 2mm to be glazed (rxed).
Bolle Prescription Information
Bolle Authentic RX prescription lenses available to ensure safety standards are met. Prescription ranges +6.00 to -8.00 total power (sphere plus cylinder). Lenses available inpolycarbonate lens materials. Progressives and bifocalsavailable by special order only. Processing time: 7 to 10 working days. Coatings will add extra time.
How would you rate the product on a scale of 1-5 with one being the not very good and 5 being excellent? 4.5 - for ordering online it was better than expected
What features do you like about the product? The goggles are for my son and he likes the fit; glad they are adjustable because fit is most important and difficult to get right when ordering online.
What features are not so good? N/A
Are you having any fogging issues? My son has not complained about fogging.
Would you recommend this product to others? Yes.
What are you mainly using the product for? Have you found other uses for the product as well? The product was for my son who plays various sports.
What do you think of A Sight for Sport Eyes as a whole as a company? Were you treated well? Did things arrive in the time you expected? I received the goggles prior to his flag football season beginning. I think I paid for the order to be expedited quickly but when I called I was told they could not give me a status because they were coming from another location. But I would order again now that I have a better idea of how it works. (Posted on 10/19/2016)
They have a foam type seal. It is not air or water tight but depending on how they fit on the bridge of the nose should seal out pretty well. But please note that the sealing off will cause fogging in any sports that don’t take place outdoors with wind. by Susan Gardner
on May 14, 2016 07:00:00
Yes, Bolle doesn't offer this option but we can make Transitions lenses with our lab for this frame. You would add just the frame to your cart. Then go here: http://www.sporteyes.com/all-prescription-lens-options.html and add the Transitions Polycarbonate lens option to the cart and we'd make the transition lenses in the frame that is added to the cart together.
by tim c
on February 10, 2016 08:00:00
These are not a good option for that. These have a foam seal so they do the opposite. They keep all the heat in. They are recommended for those that need to keep things like wind and air out because of eye conditions, etc. If you are having heat issues, you need something with vents like the Hilco C2. http://www.sporteyes.com/hilco-c2-sport-goggles.html by Joselin
on August 5, 2015 07:00:00