With the expansion, A Sight for Sport Eyes is providing kids with access to a broader selection of ASTM safety-rated prescription and non-prescription sports glasses and goggles. The glasses and goggles come in a range of sizes and are designed for kids ages 4 to 14.
More details can be found at https://www.sporteyes.com/kids-sunglasses-and-goggles/kids-sports-goggles.html
Generally speaking, kids who wear glasses or goggles while playing sports do so for one of two reasons — to prevent injury or to correct their vision. However, more and more sports organizations are putting regulations in place regarding the types of glasses and goggles that kids are allowed to wear. To that end, the new sports eyewear options at A Sight for Sport Eyes meet the changing requirements, while providing safety, style, comfort, and correction.
In terms of sports glasses, A Sight for Sport Eyes has many options. The LS Rec-Specs F8 Morpheus Street Series are impact-resistant unisex glasses featuring a sculpted temple design and comfort padding. They come in an assortment of collectible two-tone color treatments, making them ideal for younger kids.
For more subtle options, they also offer the Hilco Leader C2. These glasses come in more neutral colors, such as navy, white, black, and gunmetal. As part of their design, they have temporal “viewports,” which allow for increased peripheral vision and help reduce lens fog.
A Sight for Sport Eyes also has a range of goggles to choose from. Compared to glasses, goggles utilize a bubble design that provides more coverage of the eyes and face. They also usually come with an adjustable strap to ensure they remain on the face. Popular options that A Sight for Sport Eyes offers are the Hilco Sophomore Goggles and Hilco Champ Junior Sports Goggle, both of which feature clear frames and lenses, making them less noticeable when worn.
Most glasses and goggles in A Sight for Sport Eyes’ kid’s collection come with an option to add prescription lenses. They also meet all ASTM standards and offer 100% UV protection.
About A Sight for Sport Eyes
A Sight for Sport Eyes was started in 1996 to educate consumers about the short- and long-term risks of sports-related eye injuries. It has since gone on to become a leading retailer in the sports eyewear industry, providing men, women, and kids with glasses and goggles for a variety of activities.
Interested parties can find more information at https://www.sporteyes.com/kids-sunglasses-and-goggles/kids-sports-goggles.html
A Sight for Sport Eyes
1553 11th Street
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