Meets ASTM F803 impact standards for basketball, racquetball sports and all other ball/stick sports. Ideal for scholastic or community team use. Distinctive "bubble" design lens provides 180 degree peripheral vision. Side integrated grid maximizes airflow to reduce fogging. Adjustable elastic retention strap for secure fit (removable). Packaged in a poly bag. (Zipper case or microfiber bag case available for purchase separately) 100% UV protection. Shatter resistant lenses. No prescription available. Large adult size only.
It will all depend on how the frame sits on your nose. If you have a wider nose bridge, it will sit higher so it may then cover the brow. But they are designed to protect the eye socket but not necessarily the bone structure. by Lori
on August 27, 2015 07:00:00
Yes, there is no safety standard for full contact sports but these meet the highest safety standard for any activity including ball sports with a high velocity ball like racquetball so is the best standard we can recommend for full contact sports since no standards have been set for them. by James Abbington
on July 23, 2015 07:00:00
No everything that used to be on the market that you can wear over glasses was taken off the market because they were found to cause more injury than wearing nothing. The goggles would push the hard parts of the glasses (i.e. nose pieces) into the eye socket causing serious damage. Thus nothing is approved in the US at this time to wear over glasses. The best option is to get a pair of prescription sports goggles made. They start at about $145 with prescription. by kaitlyn rusca
on June 3, 2015 07:00:00