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RX Racquetball Goggles


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Bollé Cobra goggle

Bollé, a leading brand in eyewear, has recently released Cobra Goggles. Made for high-impact sports, these prescription racquetball glasses are ideal for those in need of durable safety options. Added features include pivoting temples and strap to help keep the glasses secure and comfortable.

Prescription Sport Goggles

Selecting the right racquetball goggles can be difficult. With so many different options to choose from, you may feel overwhelmed and unsure of how to pick the best pair for your needs. Explore this extensive list of the top-rated options and discover a pair that meets the demands of your life.

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High Impact Sports

Playing high-impact sports can offer a number of hazards to your safety. To stay protected, you need racquetball goggles that can withstand the sudden blows that come along with an intense match.

ASTM Meaning

The American Society for Testing and Materials enforces rigorous standards for safety products. Looking for eyewear rated by organizations like this can help you feel confident in which pair to invest in.

Rx Compatibility In Sports

Wearing glasses can be frustrating when you play sports. To make your life easier, it can be helpful to find eyewear with Rx compatibility. Modern technology has made it simple for you to wear the right glasses without sacrificing clarity.

Racquetball is an intense sport where one wrong move can lead to a painful collision. To keep your eyes protected while engaged in a match, you need to invest in the right pair of eyewear. There are a number of factors to consider when looking for racquetball glasses that will offer you the safety you require.


Above all, durability plays a big part in which glasses or goggles to pick. Should you get smacked in the face with a ball, you don’t want your eyewear to shatter. To ensure this, look for options that have met strict safety standards set forth by third-party organizations. Products rated by the American Society for Testing and Materials have been put through a number of tests to guarantee overall durability. Research the standards and see which pair is ideal for the way you play.


Protective gear is no good if you hate wearing it. In the past, most protective goggles were cumbersome and somewhat unappealing. This led to a number of people foregoing important safety steps in order to look good. Since you don’t want to put your health at risk while engaged in a high-impact sport, it can be smart to find a stylish pair of prescription racquetball glasses. There are a number of different styles to choose from, so explore what’s out there and see which matches your own unique aesthetic.

Perfect Under Pressure

When you’re engaged in an intense racquetball session, you want your eyewear to stay secure. A sudden movement on your part shouldn’t cause your glasses to go flying across the court. In order to feel confident in your selection, be sure to take comfort into consideration. Find a pair that can sit securely on your face without causing you discomfort. Foam padding and pivoting temples are features to pay attention to when looking for a secure and comfortable choice.

Enjoying your favorite hobbies shouldn’t cause you serious injury. To avoid harm while you’re playing racquetball, give yourself a chance to find the right protective eyewear. A little research will help you discover an effective, stylish pair of glasses to help you play your best.

Best in Sports Safety Racquetball Goggles. We can customize your prescription and provide you the highest safety rated Rx Racquetball Goggles

Frequently Asked Question about RX Racquetball Goggles

Can I order prescription racquetball glasses?

Yes, getting goggles with your prescription is easy at Safety Gear Pro. After you pick which pair of goggle is right for you, click the “Prescription” option and the “Customize Lens” button. Follow the customization process and you will be able to input your prescription. Make sure to use your most up to date prescription.

Should I get racquetball glasses with a strap?

A strap is a great way to make sure you glasses stay securely on your face while playing. There’s nothing worse than your glasses fly off your face in the middle of a big play, maybe to be step on or hit. If you glasses fit snugly, you may not need the strap.

What safety features can I get with my racquetball goggles?

All the racquetball goggles your order from Safety Gear Pro will come with several important features like impact resistance and anti-scratch technology. However, you can also upgrade your safety package to Pro or Ultimate to get more great features, like anti-reflective or anti-fog technology.

What accessories will my racquetball goggles come with?

Your racquetball goggles should come with a hard shell case to protect them while not in use. This is great for throwing in your gym bag without worry. You will also get a premium cleaning kit and safety features.

How should I clean my prescription racquetball goggles?

Keeping your goggles in their case while not in use is the best way to keep them clean. After using them, use a glasses cleaning kit to clean away smudges. It is very important not to use window cleaner on your glasses, as this may degrade its coatings.