We are members of The Coalition to Prevent Sports Eye Injuries.
"Street wear" does not conform to sport safety guidelines and
can cause more severe risk of injury than no eye protection
More than 600,000 eye injuries related to sports and recreation occur each year.
42,000 of those injuries are of severity to require emergency room attention.
More than one third of the victims are children. The American Academy of Ophthalmology and the Eye M.D. Association urges all athletes, especially the young, to wear appropriate sports specific eyewear as recommended and properly fitted by an M.D. or other eye care professional.
We offer eye protection intended for various sports like basketball, soccer, hockey, football, racquet ball, downhill skiers and those crazy paint ballers. Athletes can choose from a variety of certified lightweight protective eyewear, that includes lenses able to withstand projectile impacts up to 90 m.p.h.