Glasses and Goggles — protect your eyes
An oft-overlooked aspect of sports is the need for outdoor glasses and sports eyewear. You may, of course, be looking for sports eyewear that's fashionable, but also that serves a practical purpose.
Depending on the sport you are partaking in, there are a number of different things to consider when purchasing glasses or goggles. For instance, do you need physical protection from snow, ice or dirt? Or, are you looking for sun protection, taking off the glare when on a ski slope? Whatever it is you're looking for, here at Addnature we have a wide array of different options, perfect for all your needs.
Sunglasses — shades for the rays
One of the main reasons to get protective eyewear is for the sun. Now, this may simply be for being out and about too. But, you may need something extra for protection depending on the sport.
For instance, when you're on the ski slope, there's a lot of glare and this means you'll need sports sunglasses that have strong enough lenses to keep your eyes protected. By choosing sunglasses with the appropriate lenses, you'll be able to keep your eyes safe and enjoy your sport more.
While it's fun to get casual sunglasses, the different lens colours available also serve different purposes when protecting your eyes. For instance, the tint in your sunglasses can actually help improve your depth perception, which will reduce eye fatigue in the long run.
Oakley sunglasses come in a wide range of different colours and polarizations for exactly this reason. So, take a look at the options and choose Prizm lenses for protection against bright light or polarized for improved contrast.
Protecting the eyes
It's not just the sun that you need to protect your eyes from. Depending on the sport, you will find that you need to protect your eyes from other issues too, such as dust, snow, water and wind. This is where goggles can come in very handy.
When swimming, the perfect pair of swimming goggles are a must. Depending on what you prefer, you can get clear goggles or tinted ones. Whichever option you choose, your eyes will be protected from both chlorine and saltwater so that you have perfect visibility.
When skiing, it's also important that your eyewear protects you from the wind and snow too, not just the sun. This is where a pair of ski goggles is vital. You can opt for panoramic lenses giving you the best all-around view. Additionally, ski goggles also come with various lens tints to aid with visibility.
Julbo ski goggles, for instance, come in a range of styles including one with a more sunglasses look, although they add to this with a protective side panel.
Choosing the best sports eyewear and outdoor glasses
When choosing your perfect eyewear, thinking about the practicalities, not just the aesthetics, is important. Make sure the lens tints match your needs and that you've got any accessories required for absolute comfort. Don't forget, standard sunglasses look great. But, if you're being active, a headband or goggles could be the better option.