Archery is a challenging and demanding sport. As with any target or shooting activity, practice – repetition, repetition, repetition – is critical to improvement. As is crisp, clear vision. Regardless of your skill level or hours spent perfecting your form, to successfully hit a distant target you first need to be able to see it.
Another must in a sport such as archery is eye safety. The pressure required to hold a bow string at full draw and maintain until you’re ready for release is great; multiply that action by the number of times you’ll shoot on a given outing and you know – probably from experience – how tired one’s arm and shoulder can get. With stressed muscles and repetitive draws comes ample opportunity for accidents, and potential accidents around the facial area require safety glasses.
Lucky, a number of safety glasses are specifically geared towards shooting, and today we’ll examine the features that make up a solid pair of archery safety glasses.
Look for these features when shopping for archery glasses and you’ll find a pair that ready to support and protect you on the range for years to come.
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