Goggles Over Glasses

Goggles over glasses are used not only by motorcyclists and bikers but also by skiers, snowboarders and those who want maximum protection for their eyes – especially if they are wearing prescription glasses. These goggles are not only comfortable to wear, but they are also featured in various lens colors, but they also have neoprene straps and they are made of the shatterproof lens. They are able to fit over most glasses and any face with an average size.

Popular brands for goggles over glasses include FITOVERS, Aviator Goggle, and Bobster. These brands are made in different parts of the globe. They have goggles with a wrap-around 100 percent UV protection. They also feature a hypo-allergenic crystal nylon frame and PDX (PolarDynamix) polarized lenses. Most of their goggles come with a case, neck cord and sometimes, with a cleaning cloth.

I use goggles over glasses a lot because I ride a motorcycle and I have to wear glasses. I will recommend bobster eyewear. Their goggles are made of a ventilated, flexible plastic frame complete with an adjustable headband. It also features impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses having 100 percent UV protection. These can also fit over most prescription frames. It comes with a soft case and sometimes, a cleaning cloth. Other designs are of black plastic frame complete with ventilation as well as neoprene padding. The best part is, it can be worn inside or even outside a half shell or 3/4 shell helmet.

The other goggles over glasses my friends prefer are aviator goggles by Leon Jeantet. They made in France. Their goggles have a ventilated flexible plastic frame complete with chrome metal support. It also features changeable polycarbonate lenses having 100 percent UV protection. They can fit most prescription frames and come with a soft case. There are also clear lens models that come in black leather padding on a black frame along with a chrome metal rim. Other designs have yellow, silver or blue mirror lenses.

Aside from polarized goggles over glasses, people wearing glasses who ride motorcycles can also consider wearing contact lenses. These are corrective, therapeutic and cosmetic lenses that are to be placed on the corner of the eye. They are good options because they are virtually invisible, lightweight and comfortable to wear, especially while riding a motorcycle. There are also lenses that feature a bluish tint that is actually a thin UV coating. This can reduce cornea and glare damage just like wearing a pair of sunglasses.

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