We use digital, or surfaced, lenses instead of standard stock lenses. Digital lenses are cut for each prescription. They cost more, but provide better clarity and minimal edge-to-edge distortion.
We use aspheric instead of spherical lenses. Aspheric lenses reduce magnification, so you don't get a fishbowl effect. They are thinner and lighter. And they provide better optical quality with less blur.
Product Description for Rec Specs Liberty Sports Slam & Slam XL
Rec Specs Liberty Sport Slam & Slam XL is one of the many different sports goggles designed to protect children while playing sports. Rec Specs is the first and only Protective Sports Eyewear to receive the AOA seal. Meets the ASTM F803 Safety Standards. Slam & Slam XL are designed with padding all around for a more comfortable fit and the same safety features as the Maxx collection. Liberty Sports Slam Matte Black/Red#230 will be a great companion for your athletic child.
Liberty Sport Slam & Slam XL is engineered to withstand impact from a direct hit of a ball at very high speed.
Full rim frame made from injected nylon.
Made of Hypoallergenic material.
Slam has TPR over-molding on the eye rims for a more comfortable fit against the face [and is shock-absorbing] as well as on the temples.
Liberty Sport Slam & Slam XL is a full rimrectangular frame designed with a shock nose bridge that helps reduce damage in case of impact.
Frame balances the weight of the frame and lenses for who are sensitive to pressure.
This frame has temples that wrap around the face and an elastic adjustable band.
Activities that can be performed with:
Highly recommended for all contact sport
* we recommend these frames to be complemented with Transition® Prescription Lenses and Polycarbonate Lenses
It’s a must option for kids that play sports. Remember that 90% off all eye injuries can be prevented with the use of appropriate protective eyewear. A regular eyeglass frame is not built to protect your child eyesight while playing contact sports.
Rec Specs Liberty Sport Slam & Slam XL come in three different sizes 49, 52 & 55; we recommend them for ages 7 to 13 years old.
Liberty Sport Slam kid’s protective eyeglasses is available in five different colors and Slam XL in three, so your child can pick the one they would like to rock!
What is included?
Liberty Sport Slam & Slam XL kid’s sports goggles include a semi hard case and elastic adjustable band. Optiwow is an exclusive authorized dealer for Rec Specs® Liberty Sport. We only carry the most current Liberty Sport frames; we do not sell any discontinued products.
Parents should also consider:
Premium Quality Lenses to complete their frame selection for their child; here is what Optiwow recommends:
Polycarbonate Lenses for kids; they are impact resistant which means that lenses won’t shatter upon impact. They are also 30% thinner and lighter than plastic. Also all polycarbonate lenses have UV Protection that blocks the sun’s harmful UV rays just the same concept of putting sunscreen for protection when going to any outdoor activity.
If the power on your child’s eyeglass prescription is higher than +/- 3 we recommend upgrading to an Aspheric Lens that will give them a better optics and a thinner appearance.
We highly recommend Anti-Reflective (AR) coating it eliminates the glare so making those pictures/selfies look great and enhances the facial expression. Also helps reduces eye straining and given the amount of time that kids spent looking at electronic devices this will help with the eye fatigue. Because of the super hydrophobic properties in the material it also makes it easier to clean, and with children this is a plus.
* Transition Lenses® are also an awesome feature to add because it’s like having two pairs of glasses in one. They seamlessly change color when your children are outdoors helping them feel more comfortable in the bright sun and become crystal clear when back indoors and at night time.
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