WHEN exercising, it’s important that you have the correct eye wear to help you with your overall comfort and performance and protect your eyes.
Should I wear glasses when I play sport?
Yes if you need them, but look for the most suitable corrective eyewear for the sport you’re taking part in. Overall glasses should fit securely, with a robust design to protect your eyes and have the right level of visual correction to improve your performance.
What are the best glasses for cycling?
Wear tinted wrap around glasses that follow the contours of the face and stop wind, light and debris coming in from around the sides.
What are the best glasses for golf?
As well ensuring wrap around glasses fit securely, lenses with green tints will help to reduce glare and offer high contrast as well as adding visual sharpness.
What are the best glasses for padel?
If you’re playing outside, try sport sunglasses with a lightweight wraparound sport frame and polycarbonate lenses.
What about contact lenses?
Contact lenses are a popular option when carrying out sport for ease and comfort and can be combined with sunglasses, or protective glasses.
For questions about the different types of frames and lenses you should consider when taking part in sporting activities, it is best to ask your local optician for advice. Visit www.specsavers.es to find your nearest store