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Ektelon More Game All Court Racquetball Goggles

Reviewing: Ektelon More Game All Court Racquetball Goggles  |  Rating:
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Everyone's eyes are different and mine are really sensitive to light. I wear sunglasses before, and after, many people put theirs away. Someone once said it was because my eyes are such a pale blue but I have no idea what the reason, I just know that they are sensitive to light inside and outside.

We play racquetball in two different clubs which have very different lighting. At one of the clubs, the courts are super bright with bright white walls and added bright lights while the other club has eggshell wall and filtered light. Which brings me to my Ektelon More Game - All Court Racquetball Goggles.

The great thing about these goggles is they come with four inter-changeable lenses which help you adjust to the different court lighting levels. There are four different tints to choose from:

Clear - This is their normal racquetball goggle lens

Amber - This lens brightens the courts lighting kind of like night driving glasses

Sunglass lenses - Made outdoor playing

Blue - This lens filters light and enhances visibility

I use the blue lenses most of the time but in one of the courts it is bright I use the sunglass lenses. My husband swears by the amber lenses and uses them most. The great thing is you have a choice, well four choices!

This was Ektelon's most popular eyewear; they just added the extra lenses. The lens design is curved, offering distortion free vision of the court. The polycarbonate lenses are anti-fog and scratch resistant.

To keep them protected they come with a zippered hard-shell case and a micro-fiber cleaning cloth. The case has pockets to store all the lenses and an external clip to hook it to your bag.

The Ektelon More Game - All Court Racquetball Goggles are the best eyewear I have found to use in different courts. They don't cost much more than goggles with only one lens so why not go for one with four options? It just might improve your game!