Sports activities place special demands on eyewear, both because the need for optical precision is heightened and because eyeglass materials need to withstand greater physical stress to protect the wearer’s eyes.
Sports glasses are designed with these challenges in mind; stronger, padded frames and impact-resistant lenses combine to protect the eye from fast-moving objects like baseballs and racquetballs as well as injuries due to incidental contact, such as elbow and finger jabs in close-contact sports like basketball. Sports-specific glasses can be prescription or nonprescription, and lenses can be selected for optical clarity as well. Don’t leave your eyes out in the open; protecting your vision is one of the most important investments you can make when playing sports.
Sunglasses are much more than a fashion statement. Quality sunglasses help you see better in challenging conditions while protecting your vision from damaging UV rays. Central Montana Eyecare serves as your authorized dealer for a variety of top brand-name sunglasses, and we can assist you with both prescription and non-prescription glasses specific to your sport or activity.
We offer polarized lenses which reduce reflection and glare and also adapt to changing light conditions—an ideal combination for fishermen spending hours on the water. Lightweight frame materials enhance comfort, and custom side shields can be included to increase coverage and further reduce glare. Central Montana Eyecare offers eyewear ideal for fishing in prescription single vision, bifocal and progressive lens designs.
Keeping your eye on the ball is critical on the course, and we can help improve your game with high-contrast lens tinting and custom prescription lenses. Other options include custom frames with modified bridges and rimless edges to enhance your field of view, keep your frames in place, and maximize comfort for a full eighteen.
Sport shooting places specific demands on your vision, including the need to pick up fast motion quickly and accurately. Choosing the right tint for shooting lenses can sharpen depth of field, enhance contrast, and filter specific light rays to help bring the target into focus, whether it’s a clay pigeon or a live bird on the wing.