Whether you enjoy hunting or shooting targets at the shooting range, shooting can be a fun and exhilarating activity. It can also be an extremely dangerous activity. One small error can lead to extremely serious injuries. Therefore, we want to make sure that you are purchasing equipment that is of the highest quality so you can be protected while performing at your best. That’s why at Rx-Safety we are excited to offer you top-performing shooting glasses from our exclusive line for your ultimate safety.
At Rx-Safety, we are proud to provide high-quality shooting safety glasses from some of the most renowned names in eyewear today. In our collection, you will find eyewear from well-known manufacturers like Oakley, Wiley X, and Ess. While each model has its slight differences, like a focus on safety sunglasses or sports eyewear, for instance, all of these eyewear brands manufacture durable and functional shooting glasses. Many of these models are compliant with the most respected safety standards—including military ballistic standards and high velocity impact and optical safety glasses standards from the American National Standards Institute. This can give you an extremely valuable peace of mind as you are shooting. Instead of wondering whether you’ll have eye protection from a spent cartridge or other flying debris, you can focus on the task at hand and enjoy the activity of shooting itself.
While the shooting glasses in our collection are extremely durable and functional, you will find that these glasses come in a variety of styles. Take our best-selling Wiley X Saber Advanced glasses, for example. These prescription shooting glasses meet ballistic standards and have a high degree of impact resistance meeting safety glasses ANSI Z87.1 ratings for impact protection. They also feature UV protective lenses that are designed to give the ultimate level of protection. Putting a spin on traditional black frames, they are available in a variety of colors including the classic matte black and feature several unique anti-fog lens colors–all while protecting your eyes.
Our prices are extremely competitive and we offer extremely great customer service that allows us to begin processing your order as quickly as possible. Due to our quick shipping, you won’t have to wait too long to go shooting with your new pair of glasses.
If you have any questions or inquiries about our collection, or about picking out a pair of prescription shooting glasses, we are happy to help. To get in touch with us, click the “contact” tab above. There, you will find our phone number and email address.
We truly look forward to hearing from you so don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
The best color for shooting glasses can vary depending on the environment, lighting conditions, and the shooting you are engaged in. Here’s a breakdown of lens colors and their typical applications:
Many shooters opt for glasses with interchangeable lenses to adapt to different lighting conditions and environments. Remember, regardless of the color, ensuring that the shooting glasses meet safety standards for impact resistance is vital for eye protection.
To learn more about shooting glasses colors, feel free to check our Shooting Glasses Lenses Color Guide.
Yellow glasses, often referred to as shooting glasses or amber-tinted lenses, are popular among shooters for several reasons:
In summary, yellow glasses for shooting provide a combination of improved contrast, reduced eye strain, enhanced depth perception, and protection. These factors make them an excellent choice for shooting in various lighting conditions, ultimately contributing to better performance and safety.
You can try a couple of practical solutions to prevent your shooting glasses from fogging up. One option is to apply an anti-fog spray or cream specifically designed for eyewear. These products create a thin film on the lens surface that helps to minimize fogging. Simply follow the instructions provided with the anti-fog spray or cream to apply it to your shooting glasses, and reapply as needed. Please Click the Link to see our Anti Fog Lens Products.
Another option is investing in a pair of prescription shooting glasses with a permanent anti-fog coating. During manufacturing, this special coating is applied to the lenses, providing long-lasting fog prevention. With this coating, you won’t have to worry about using anti-fog solutions repeatedly, as the lens will remain clear even during intense shooting activities.
Both options effectively combat fogging and ensure clear vision while using shooting glasses. Choose the best solution that suits your needs and preferences, and enjoy fog-free shooting experiences.
Shooting glasses and safety glasses share some similarities in terms of providing eye protection, but there are some critical differences between the two:
While there may be some overlap in terms of eye protection, shooting glasses are tailored to the needs of shooting sports, offering specialized features like wraparound designs, ballistic resistance, and interchangeable lenses. On the other hand, safety glasses are designed for general eye protection in various industrial or construction environments, meeting specific safety standards.
There are several essential reasons why wearing shooting glasses is highly recommended:
Wearing shooting glasses is a matter of personal safety and responsible practice to protect your eyes from potential hazards and optimize your shooting experience. Regardless of your shooting skill level or the type of firearm you’re using, wearing shooting glasses should always be considered an essential part of your shooting gear.
The American National Standard Institute (or ANSI) establishes standards and regulations for the products and equipment on the US market. Most safety glasses carry the ANSI classification rating Z87+ which indicates the toughest safety features for occupational eyewear protection.
RX Safety offers ANSI safety glasses making it easier to have an ultimate level of confidence while shooting. Because shooting glasses must be ANSI Z87+ high impact approved, it’s important that you consider if your prospective glasses have been through such rigorous industry standards.
Several factors come into play when choosing prescription shooting glasses.
First, it’s important to know what main shooting activities you will be doing so that you can choose your shooting glasses color. We have a guide that outlines which lenses work perfectly for certain conditions that you can find here.
The second would be the safety rating. Do these glasses meet rigorous industry standards like ANSI Z87+ and ballistic standards for your ultimate safety and protection? Since most of RX’s safety prescription shooting glasses meet high industry regulations, it may be a great idea to start in our exclusive line of shooting glasses inventory.
Lastly, would you need an added layer of protection like anti-fog or UV protection lens coating that would be helpful to maintain a clearer vision while omitting harmful rays while outdoors? Customizations can give you the assurity you need before stepping out on the field for any activity.
While these are only some factors to consider, they provide great food for thought as you are searching for your prescription shooting glasses.
The ANSI (American National Standards Institute) rating for shooting glasses falls under the ANSI Z87.1 standard, establishing requirements for occupational and educational eye and face protection devices. Within this standard, there are different impact protection levels, including basic impact (Z87), high impact (Z87+), and high mass/high-velocity impact (Z87.1+).
Choosing those with at least a Z87+ or Z87.1+ rating is recommended for shooting glasses, indicating high-impact protection. These ratings ensure that the glasses have been tested and meet specific criteria for withstanding the impact of projectiles or other potential hazards associated with shooting sports.
The choice of lens color for trap shooting glasses can vary depending on individual preferences and lighting conditions. However, there are a few lens colors that are commonly recommended for trap shooting:
It’s worth noting that some shooters prefer to use shooting glasses with interchangeable lenses, allowing them to switch between different colors based on the prevailing lighting conditions. This flexibility allows for optimal vision and target acquisition regardless of the shooting environment.
Ultimately, the “best” color for trap shooting glasses depends on personal preference, lighting conditions, and the shooter’s visual needs. Trying different lens colors to determine the best optical clarity and target visibility for your specific shooting circumstances can be helpful.
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