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With the sport’s explosive popularity, pickleball sunglasses are in high demand. A lot of players are on the hunt ‌for pickleball eye protection, but more and more are learning about other perks—like color contrast, UV protection, and prescription pickleball glasses. Whether you’re a casual player or a fanatic, check out the best in pickleball sunglasses at SportRx!



SUNGLASSES FOR PICKLEBALL

Pickleball sunglasses are excellent for protecting your eyes through hours of continuous play. A casual pair of shades is great for UV protection alone, but a good pair of performance eyewear will do a lot more for you in the thick of the game—especially for impact protection.


PICKLEBALL EYE PROTECTION

If you’ve played the sport for any length of time, you’ve likely begun to think about pickleball eye protection when volleys get intense and rallies speed up. Enjoy the game even more (if that’s possible!) with a solid pair of pickleball sunglasses to shield your eyes from that wiffle ball. Any kind of frame will work for this, but SportRx also offers pickleball glasses with lenses that are ASTM-F803 rated for impact resistance. These lenses can handle projectiles at speeds of up to 90mph. Now, that’s intense! Think of how much more fun you’ll have spiking, smashing, and slamming your way through your next match knowing that nothing is getting through your lenses.


PICKLEBALL GLASSES

Pickleball glasses have skyrocketed in popularity among players of all ages and skill levels. Whether you play indoors or outdoors, glasses have become a favorite for players who want the impact protection without the lens tint of sunglasses. However, pickleball glasses aren’t like an everyday pair of eyeglasses because they’re made to handle sweat, movement, and moisture. They’re built to perform under high activity with different materials, features, and benefits.


At SportRx, you can put clear lenses into just about any frame on our site! That means you can have all of the high performance features of sport sunglasses with clear lenses customized to your liking. Many players also opt for pickleball goggles, which have all of the same benefits of glasses, but with the added security of a flexible strap instead of temple arms.

PRESCRIPTION PICKLEBALL GLASSES

Prescription pickleball glasses are the safest and most comfortable option for devoted fans who wear corrective lenses. They protect your eyes in ways contacts can’t, and don’t irritate your eyes or misalign during the game. Even if you have a high or tricky Rx, we can find a way to put just about any Rx into prescription pickleball glasses or sunglasses. As the leading prescription sport glasses supplier, SportRx has friendly, knowledgeable Sports Opticians who are ready to find a solution to your vision needs. Try us! You won’t be disappointed.


What if you want to put new lenses into your old frames? We can do that, too! Check out our prescription replacement lenses page to see how we can refresh your old favorites into a new pair of prescription pickleball glasses.


And one more note: did you know that you can use your FSA and HSA funds on prescription pickleball glasses? That’s right! Simply enter your card information at checkout and you’re set.


CHOOSING PICKLEBALL SUNGLASSES

How do you know what to look for in pickleball sunglasses? Like any sport glasses, there are key features to check for when deciding upon yours.


FRAMES

Your pickleball frames should have the right fit, material, and shape. Finding the right fit often means making sure your pickleball sunglasses suit your face shape and head size. Check out our video on finding your sunglasses size, which we call your SportRx Frame Width or SFW. You’ll also want to consider whether you have a high or low nose bridge. If you’re not sure, please reach out to our Sports Opticians! We do this for a living and will help you find the perfect pickleball sunglasses for your head.


Secondly, make sure your pickleball glasses are made of a durable, lightweight material like TR90 nylon or Grilamid®. Why? Because high speed sports require gear that is safe, impact, and weather resistant! The last thing you want are metal or rigid frames that aren’t made for potential impact or outdoor environments.


Lastly, look for pickleball sunglasses that have a wrapped frame shape that curves around your face like a half circle. Wrap sunglasses give you the best coverage against wind, sunshine, and even dust. Their ergonomic shape is designed to fit your face like a glove to minimize slipping and maximize comfort. There are also pickleball sunglasses that don’t have a high wrap shape and will work just as well with lightweight frame and grip materials. Whether you get a wrap sunglass or an angular shaped frame, make sure it has grip material!


GRIP MATERIAL

Any pair of pickleball glasses wouldn’t be complete without grip material. Like it sounds, this is often a rubberized, cushiony material on the nose pads and temple tips that holds your sunglasses to your head. Grip material is key for any kind of protective pickleball eyewear, since it keeps the frames securely on your noggin when things heat up. You won’t have to worry about your frames slipping during deep volleys or digs.


COLOR CONTRASTING LENSES

Color contrasting lenses can boost your performance by increasing reaction time. If you think you see the ball just fine now, see how contrasting lens tech can make it “pop.” Sharper color contrast can heighten your awareness and make you quicker on your feet. We recommend using warm tints like brown, amber, or rose as your base color. Want extra glare protection? Throw a mirror coating on the front and you’re set! And tinted lenses don’t have to stop with sunglasses. You can also get pickleball glasses with a yellow tint for boosting contrast in low light or stadium light settings.


GET PICKLEBALL SUNGLASSES ONLINE AT SPORTRX

America’s fastest growing sport is better in a pair of pickleball sunglasses, and you’ll find them here at SportRx. No matter what your eyewear needs are, we guarantee you won’t find better quality or service anywhere else. We also know it can feel risky ordering prescription pickleball glasses online, which is why each order is backed by our See Better Guarantee. If you’re not totally satisfied with your new specs after trying them out for 45 days, we’ll happily set up an exchange or refund your order—no questions asked. We even cover shipping both ways!


Contact us to get started.


PICKLEBALL EYEWEAR FAQs

Are polarized sunglasses good for pickleball?

Polarized sunglasses aren’t recommended for pickleball because they can hinder depth perception, which is key for tracking the ball in flight. For extra glare protection, try mirrored lenses instead, paired with a warm lens tint like amber, brown, or rose for boosting color contrast.


Can you get pickleball glasses without lenses?

Pickleball glasses without lenses are sought by players who want impact protection without the lenses, often because they don’t want them fogging up. While it’s true that the wiffle ball is larger than most frames, lensless pickleball glasses aren’t recommended for eye protection. Clear lenses with GlareDefense™ anti-fog coating will keep your eyes protected and your vision clear, even when you work up a sweat. And if you’re really concerned with eye protection, go with ASTM-F803 lenses, which are safety-rated for impact resistance! You’ll play better knowing you’ve got your eyes covered, literally.


What are the best prescription safety glasses for pickleball?

Prescription safety glasses for pickleball don’t have to be safety-rated to offer protection. However, you can get ASTM-F803 lenses in prescription, which are made to handle sport-related impacts such as in baseball, basketball, or soccer. The Wiley X Gamer is a widely-popular choice for this! You can check out more Rx-friendly options in our blog on the Best Prescription Safety Glasses for Pickleball.

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