Category Archives: Prescription Goggles
With summer time upon us I would like to take the time to stress in my sunglasses blog how important swimming goggles are while we’re underwater. Whether you are in a lake, the ocean, or the local pool it is always important to keep your eyes safe. Not only are swimming goggles helpful when thinking about eye safety but they’re fun also. In a lake or the ocean there can be harmful particles in the water that can get into our eyes.
Algae, little sticks, and bacteria are just a few of the things that may harm our eyes. In the local pool the chlorine is very bad for the eyes. It dries out our eyes and could cause damage long term. So this summer please be safe and have a blast using our prescription swimming goggles underwater!!!…
I love motorcycle riding and even though I am afraid to learn to ride myself I am a professional back seat rider. Motorcycle season is coming very soon and I think that all bikers need to start thinking on what sunglasses they will wear this summer. You know how it usually happens! You put a pair of regular sunglasses on thinking that it should protect and cover your eyes; however it really does not protect your eyes from anything. Motorcycle glasses need to cover your eyes from any wind or dust. I am sure that all of you will agree with me that it is very unpleasant to ride a bike and feel that you are crying and your tears are crawling around your face. It is very uncomfortable and dangerous. However, if you have the right pair of eyewear you will never have that happen.
Sunglasses like Wiley X or Bobster will not only protect your eyes from wind but also protect them from any rocks or flies flying into your eyes. Wiley X sunglasses and Bobster sunglasses come with polycarbonate lenses which will never break in pieces. Awesome, isnâ€™t it?Â Both brandsÂ have a foam gasket on the …
Â I think many sunglasses brands should not put a huge logo on a pair of sunglasses. The logo is just too much especially for business people. If you like to look classy but at the same time modern and professional, I definitely recommend Serengeti sunglasses.Â Serengeti Lamone sunglasses or Serengeti Vialone sunglasses are definitely some of the nicest pair on the market. I especially recommend them for men. They are sleek and fashionable. No need to worry about the size of face that you have either. They are wide yet narrow, comfortable yet fitting. You would never know what brand they are unless you come up to someone wearing them closely. The logo is small and very simple. It is what the sunglasses have to offer that is important and nothing compares to Serengeti lens technology.…
You have a great opportunity to buy some bold ski goggles at unbelievable price now. The skiing season is almost over in most states and all stores are selling out the ski gear they have left. Great deals are on. Next fall the prices will go back up!
Wiley X Rx glasses are not only strongly demanded by military, they are also pretty popular with sportsmen and bikers. In addition to single vision Rx lenses and bifocals, no-line progressive lenses used to be available for Wiley X frames. But some patients used to have problems adjusting to the progressive lenses. We still make Wiley X progressive prescription sunglasses. But it is more case by case basis now. It mainly depends on the prescription. Wiley X makes great products and I would strongly recommend everyone to take a look at their great prescription sunglasses collection. However, there is another brand that is very popular for military and law enforcement called ESS. ESS prescription sunglasses are available with both lined and no-line bifocal lenses. So if no-line bifocal lenses is a must for you take a look at ESS prescription eyewear.…
Ski season is here. Ready? Don’t forget to grab your snow gear and let’s rock it!
Ski Goggles – Ski Goggles will protect your eyes from wind and debris. In addition, the lenses will cut glare and haze coming from the shiny snow surface, and block harmful UV rays. I would recommend double lenses as they provide a thermal barrier that prevents the lenses from fogging.
Top three best-selling ski goggles:
Ski Sunglasses – For those who do not like mask-type-of-eyewear, eyewear manufactures introduced ski sunglasses. Some models come in a package with an elastic strap that can be attached to the sunglass temples. Wearing the sunglasses with a strap, you can be sure that the sunglasses will stay on your face and do not fall off while you enjoy skiing. I would also recommend you to get sunglasses with a foam seal or a gasket. It will provide you with comfort and an additional protection from the wind.
Top three best-selling ski sunglasses:
Ski Prescription Goggles – Prescription wearers can customize their goggles with prescription …
Most flexible spending accounts cover either eyeglasses frames, or prescription lenses, or prescription sunglasses. Some of them cover both frames and Rx lenses. If you have any flex money left on your account, make sure to spend them by December 31st. Usually excess flex money do not roll over to the next calendar year. Use the remaining money in your flex account today to buy a new pair of eyeglasses or prescription sunglasses. And than simply submit the invoice for your purchase to your FSA for reimbursement.
OpticsPlanet offers an exclusive collection of rx sunglasses and prescription eyeglasses by top eyewear brands. You can easily place an order on-line for single vision and multifocal prescription eyewear. We will be happy to provide you with a detailed invoice that you can submit with your plan administrator later on.…
Itâ€™s beginning to look a lot like ski season. Yesss!
A customer said she was buying ski goggles as a Christmas present for her husband to replace a pair heâ€™s had since 8th grade. She said the old pair, literally, disintegrated.
If you can trace your goggles back to when Jean-Claude Killy swept the slalom, giant slalom and downhill in the 1968 Olympics, itâ€™s probably a good time to treat yourself to a new pair.
Both brands offer similar features in lens technology which include anti-fogging, scratch-resistance and 100% UV protection. Each brand makes available a comprehensive range of replacement lenses in colors that cover all light conditions.
Both brands excel in frame designs with advanced ventilation features.
Spy Optic has a lot of experience making goggles for motorcycle racing and Spy Optic Goggles use an advanced foam that controls moisture against your face. However, Bolle Ski Goggles also use the latest foam and it feels like youâ€™re not wearing goggles at all.
Both brands offer small-sized goggles …