Rec Spec sports goggles are the most popular brand designed specially for sports eye protection, which was introduced in 1978 as the first Rx-able sport goggles. It is estimated that there are over 20,000 eye care professionals rely on Rec Spec to offer the best possible sports goggles to children and adults.
Most Rec Spec sport goggles are ASTM F803 impact resistant standards compliant for ball games, like basketball, handball, squash, paddleball, and tennis. For other sports, like swimming, jet skiing, skiing and snowboarding and so on, there are also Rec Spec sports goggles to supply the protection you need.
The Rec Spec Maxx range sports goggles are very popular on the market. This kind of sport goggles all have padded nose bridge to make goggles comfortable to wear. There are also several sizes available for children and adults to choose. All of the RecSpecs Maxx frames can be fitted with tinted or Photochromatic polycarbonate lenses which are suitable for all racquet sports and ball sports
We will take the Rec Spec Maxx 21 sports goggles as an example: Rec Spec Maxx 21 sport goggles have a soft impact-resistant bridge inside padding which make sports goggles more comfortable to wear and keep it in place. More important, Rec Spec Maxx 21 sport goggles have a patented eyerim, which is a special locking mechanism that keeps the lenses from working loose or being pushed through the frame. The impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses can provide safer protection. And the headstrap on Rec Spec Maxx 21 sports goggles means no sides/ arms and also more comforts.
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