Best sports eye guard?

PhilE

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Hello all, would love to hear from those dealing with an eye injuries or condition, who use an eye guard. Or from those who use one to prevent injury.

Thank you.
 

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I use a badminton eye guard when playing squash, because it fits over my glasses. In squash, you don't want a racquet in the eye, and a fast-moving squash ball fits perfectly in the eye socket. Not good.

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A full helmet?
 

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Hello all, would love to hear from those dealing with an eye injuries or condition, who use an eye guard. Or from those who use one to prevent injury.

Thank you.
I bought prescription racquetball glasses, the kind with an elastic strap. Still have them, but my sparring days are done so I don't wear them anymore. They worked great.
 

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Et Tu Tony.....

I don't eat bacon.... it's....well..... a foul vile disgusting coronary causing friend of hypertension...
I eat it all the time, my blood pressure is 123/68(just checked it) pulse is 52, my cholesterol was in the 90s. Fit as a fiddle because of the bacon in my middle.
 
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