HEAD Racquetball Goggles - Powerzone Shield Anti Fog & Scratch Resistant Protective Eyewear w/Adjustable Strap
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- HEAD PERFORMANCE: Born out of revolutionizing how we ski and play tennis, HEAD has constantly pushed athletic equipment into the modern era. Pairing decades of experience with modern tech; HEAD offers nothing but the best racquetball equipment available.
- ANTI FOG & SCRATCH: HEAD Racquetball eyewear features extra durable lenses that are treated to be both anti fogging and scratch resistant.
- IMPACT RESISTANT: The durable frames are made of a lightweight, yet sturdy material and feature a shock absorbent brow bridge.
- NO SLIP FIT: An adjustable elastic strap combines with a non-slip nosepiece for totally secure peace of mind.
- PLAY WITH THE PRO'S: The professional racquetball glasses comply with ASTM F803 & ANSI Z87.1 standards.
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About the Goggles: The POWERZONE SHIELD features a curved distortion-free polycarbonate lenses with an anti-scratch and anti-fog treatment as well as a vented design that provides airflow for additional fog protection. The lightweight impact resistant frame and a shock absorbent brow bridge as well as adjustable temples with rubber inlay provide a comfortable and secure fit. Powerzone shield also features an adjustable clip-on elastic strap, which holds the eyewear firmly in place. To top it all off, each pair of protective glasses comes with a high-quality lens-cleaning bag. Features: • Frame vents for additional air circulation. • Top of the line protective eyewear will have you prepared to play like the pro's. About HEAD: Born out of engineering a better way to ski and play tennis, we have used the most modern techniques available to improve athletic equipment for decades. Now, we have turned that same vision and attention to detail to all racquet sports to bring you nothing but the best sports equipment & workout apparel available.
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UPDATE 10/19: I now have 3 of these goggles with stress fractures right down the center of the lens. I bought my last pair from a local pro sponsored by Head and he is returning them for warranty. I used the previous generation of this goggle, the orange ones, and never had a stress fracture. I just replaced them when the sweat band wore out. Additionally, the left head band connection to the frame is lose and when I go to put them on my head that connection frequently breaks free. I crazy-glued the last set to have it stay. I am not hard on these googles but it seems to me that something else has changed along with the change to green color. No issue with several sets of orange ones over 1.5 years, then 3 fractures in 3 months with the green. HEAD: Please investigate! One pair is being returned through your local sponsoree but I have another pair that I can send in for evaluation as well.
Update 12/19/17: I ended up posting on Head's facebook page and they immediately followed up with two replacement pairs. They also had me send my two broken pairs to one of their facilities to have their engineers look at them. I have 10 hours on the first new pair and there are no cracks and the left side of the headband stays in place without having to use glue. I'm happy again with the product as well as the outstanding customer support from the Head team.
UPDATE: On my second pair of these goggles and will buy more. The foam at the top of the frame falls apart after many hours of use so some sweat gets into my eyes. I can probably add my own foam...just thought of that :) The lenses hold up well after getting a few glancing blows and they did their job without any bruising to my face or the bridge of my nose.
I had previously bought less expensive goggles from the same manufacturer. I figured that the plastic material must be the same, so why pay extra for fancy designs or other frills. Well, the less expensive goggles fogged like crazy. I think it had to do with their design. They didn't allow for airflow, so they fogged up quickly.
I bought these goggles based on a recommendation from a friend. To my pleasant surprise, these goggle don't fog like my first pair did. Fogging on these goggles is minimal. Maybe I get a little bit of mist, but it doesn't obscure my vision at all. I think the difference is that these goggles allow much better air flow between the plastic and your face, whereas the other goggle rested pretty tightly against my skin. Also, I wipe my goggles after every game with a clean cloth (not with my shirt or gym towel), and I think that helps avoid fogging.
I'd say that the extra cost was definitely worth it for me. I'm very pleased with these goggles.
Finally, what I liked about these is that the design is very good. There isn't any sense of your sight being remotely affected. Of course, it will always feel a little more natural wearing nothing. But these goggles didn't create hardly any sense of a change to my lines of sight. I'm very pleased. And in case you're wondering, I don't leave a lot of reviews. They sent me a couple of auto triggered emails asking for a review. I only am giving it because I really feel good about this product.
Picked these up after wrestling with paying 20+ bucks a pair, which I won't even pay for decent sunglasses, and took them for a spin over the weekend. I am very glad I did so.
My girlfriend and I have very different head types and shapes and were very pleased with the fit… She wore just his glasses without the band, and has no issues with them shifting or falling off, whereas I wore them with the band, which was very comfortable as well.
No pressure points where they fit too tight and cause an ache or soreness, absolutely zero fogging of the lenses, completely comfortable where the nose piece rests on the bridge of the nose, and at no time did either of us find any portion of the frame obstructed a clear field of view while tracking the ball. We were both highly impressed and very pleased with these pieces of gear. We highly recommend!
1. It has not fogged and I perspire alot chasing the little ball.
2. Only during between-game breaks do I take it off and wipe perspiration from my head and face. Not needed during games at all. It does a good job of keeping sweat out of my eyes.
3. Lots of adjustments to allow for a good fit of my 7 1/4 sized head.
4. I sure is worth wearing as I've only got two eyes left and want to keep them. It gives me confidence to just watch the ball.
5. I have not had them tested with a shot to the eyes, but can't see any reason why they won't protect them.
save your money, buy something else.
Comfortable. Gives you courage to approach the net! Get a pair, before you take a direct hit to your eye.
It's cheap insurance.
I play pickleball and wear them for outside & inside play.
Be noted that the glass (plastic) can easily crack if you don't use a proper box to store it. One of mine did crack at the nose area because I used the soft bag provided with them
Cons: lens slightly magnifies things which is disorienting in the court and results in pretty bad play. May be possible to get used to it, but not worth the time and effort IMO. Spend a couple dollars more for a much greater pair that wont alter your sight or fog up.