Finding out that you need to glasses or contacts can be hard enough to swallow, but for an athletic person discovering that you need glasses can seem like a death sentence. However, there are now plenty of prescription sports goggles available on the market that will help you stay active while staying safe. The basic idea of prescription eyewear is to correct your vision without interfering in any of the activities that you wish to participate in. The following are just a few types of the many goggles out there on the market.

As with any game where a ball is required, it is important that while playing squash your eyes is protected from impact and that you can see clearly. Both of these are possible with a pair of prescription sports goggles making it well worth your while to invest in some squash goggles.

Cycling goggles are great if you are a high speed cyclist because they will help you see where you are heading and cut down on the glare that the sun may cause. It also can help prevent items such as bugs or dust from getting into your eyes and causing an infection or at least temporary discomfort.

While you may not think that prescription sports goggles extend into the swimming area of athletics, the truth is that there are plenty of prescription swimming goggles designed to protect you and help you clearly see where you are going. They also can be purchased to reduce the amount of glare from the water which can help enhance your vision. If you are swimming outdoors they can also be a great way to keep waste from getting into your eyes.

One of the most popular types of prescription goggles are skiing and snowboarding goggles, and with good reason. The cold air can easily sting your eyes within a few minutes as you glide down the hills along with the snow. Add in poor visibility or contacts and you have a deadly combination. Thus, for perfect visibility while participating in a risky sport it is heavily advised that you purchase a pair of skiing or snowboarding goggles.

Tennis, like squash, is another sport where you want your vision to be spot on so that you can see what is coming at you. There are two types of tennis goggles available on the market, those that simply protect your eyes and those that help the ball standout against the glare of the sun or background so that your game is the best it can be at any given time.