Rec Specs Youth Sports Glasses
Rec Specs Features
Rec Spec Glasses & Technology
Watch & Learn
Make the most of your Get Fitted Kit and effectively dispense Rec Specs to patients in three easy steps. First, start the conversation by asking your patient what kind of sports they are involved in. Second, determine the best frame size and fit for the patient’s face shape and activity. Third, order the complete solution with Rec Specs lab, which comes with a lifetime guarantee.
Dispensing Rec Specs
Are you or your patients not convinced that Rec Specs are as durable as they claim to be? The Take a Swing demonstrator allows you to show your patients in a fun way just how effective this eyewear is at resisting impact and protecting the eyes. These glasses can even withstand the impact of a mallet with a baseball attached to it swung at full force.
Rec Specs Youth Glasses Features
Youth Sport Safety
Most children participate in a sport at some point in their childhood, and kids are especially vulnerable to sports-related eye injuries since their bodies and brains are still developing. Kids Rec Specs protect young eyes from debilitating eye injuries or blindness that can affect them for the rest of their lives.
Rec Specs glasses are tested to make sure they meet or exceed the standards set for the ASTM F803 rating. Polycarbonate lenses and durable frames ensure youth eyewear can pass the High Velocity Impact Resistance test that is a part of this rating.
The last thing parents want is to have to buy their child a completely new pair of goggles because of a broken or misplaced strap. Fortunately, Liberty Sport sells replacement straps that can be easily attached to your child’s eyewear.
While many children play sports with only their contact lenses or choose to play without any eyewear at all, this leaves them extremely vulnerable to an eye injury. Approximately 33,000 people experience a sports-related injury each year, 90 percent of which are preventable with the proper eyewear. An accident can happen at any time, especially when playing sports that involve fast, flying projectiles such as basketball, racket sports, golf, hockey, baseball, soccer, and lacrosse. Investing in protective sports eyewear for your child is essential for allowing them to have fun without fear of a serious eye injury.
In addition to protecting your child’s eyes from high-velocity impact, Rec Specs glasses are designed to shield their eyes from damaging UV rays. If your kid plays outdoor sports, this is an absolute must. Even if your child doesn’t require glasses with a tint, there are clear lenses available that shield 100 percent of UVA and UVB rays. Photochromic lenses change their tint depending on how much sun is available, and polarization technology helps reduce glare and increase contrast in extra bright conditions.
Whether shopping for protective sports glasses or high-performance goggles, Rec Specs come in a wide variety of frame and lens styles. Your child’s protective eyewear is only effective if they wear them, so it is important that you find a pair that they want to wear. The frames come in countless colors, including bold, fun colors such as hot pink or lime green. You can also find unique frame designs for your child to choose from such as skulls, stripes, and other fashionable graphics. With many options to consider, your child can find a design that they love and will feel excited to wear when game day comes.
Kids Rec Specs FAQs
How do I order prescription kids rec specs?
Safety Gear Pro makes it easy to order prescription kids rec specs. You will need your child’s prescription with the pupillary distance (PD) included. After you pick out the the pair of glasses and the size of the frames, follow the laid out instructions to fill out your child’s prescription.
What size youth sports glasses does my child need?
If your child already has a pair of glasses, check the measurements of those first. You can then compare those with the measurements of each pair of sports glasses to see if they will fit your child. Otherwise, the easiest way to find out what size glasses your child needs is to measure. You can follow this helpful guide on measuring for glasses.
Will children out grow their kids rec specs?
As your child grows, they may grow out of their glasses. Many rec specs have adjustable nose pieces and head bands, so they can adapt to a growing child. Additionally, you can expect you child’s prescription to change as they grow up, so it is important to keep up with your child’s eye exams.
What are the best rec specs for kids for outdoor sports?
Many rec specs can be customized to include tinted or transition lenses. This way, you child can play sports outdoors and protect their eyes both while they are playing and from the sun’s harmful UV rays. Make sure to look for glasses with polarized lenses and UV protection.
How can I customize kids rec specs?
Safety Gear Pro offers many different customization options when ordering. You can get prescription kids rec specs, or non-prescription lenses. You can also add tint or blue-light filtering. Each pair of glasses also comes with a Safety Gear Pro safety package, which you can customize to fit the needs of your child.