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Goggles to save falling out lens

Published: 08 Sep 2011 - 18:13 by oioibarry

Updated: 10 Sep 2011 - 01:09

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Hi folks.

I'm looking for some advice and I found this forum and thought you guys may be able to help.

I'm only starting to take up squash.  I wear contact lens.  I can't wear glasses and at the minute I don't want to invest in prescription goggles.

So I'm wondering if anyone on here wears contact lens while playing squash and what googles they recommend, so that, should a contact lens fall out, it gets caught in the googles and doesn't get lost somewhere on the floor!  So ideally I'm looking for some goggles that sit neatly on the cheek bone.

 

Thanks in advance for any help.

Barry

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From oioibarry - 10 Sep 2011 - 01:09

thanks rippa

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From rippa rit - 08 Sep 2011 - 19:17

Welcome to the forum.  There is a heap of reading in previous forms articles, see "Relevant Content" in top lefthand column.

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