Baseball Sunglasses, Prescription Baseball Sunglasses

Baseball Sunglasses

It’s spring again and an exciting time of year for one big reason – the start of baseball season. Whether you’re in the batter’s box, scooping up grounders in the infield, or tracking down fly balls in the outfield, the best frames for baseball sunglasses are an ideal blend of comfort and performance.

When it comes to frames for baseball sunglasses, players should consider these 4 things:

  • Unobstructed vision – most opt for a half-rim (or rimless) frame over a full frame
  • Sweat-resistance – rubberized nose and temple pads help keep sunglasses in place
  • Wrap around protection – this design provides very good protection form wind and light
  • Hat and helmet compatibility – sunglasses with thinner temples fit more easily and comfortably under a batting helmet or baseball cap
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One of my favorite picks for baseball sunglasses that meets all these criteria is the Oakley Flak Jacket XLJ. Oakley RadarLock is another good choice, especially if you change lenses frequently; it uses the handy and fast Switchlock Technology. The Kaenon Hard Kore is a particularly favorite frame among many major league players because of its sleek design and fit.

All these models are big on safety, too. Each is made from scratch-resistant polycarbonate materials for good impact protection. And if you need prescription baseball glasses, these frames are Rx-able. So, if you’re looking for the very best baseball sunglasses, these frames will help you start off the season right.

 

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