Looking for prescription safety glasses with great protection and even better looks?
Prescription Safety Glasses in Stylish Wraparound Style
Prescription safety glasses come in a huge variety of styles, especially compared to the limited, “flat” styles of the past. Where before you needed to have flat glasses with side shields to get prescription safety glasses, now you can get wraparounds, aviators, and other stylish and expressive styles that are ANSI Z87 safety glasses.
Prescription safety glasses in wraparound frames are generally considered to be safer because of their increased peripheral vision, better side protection, better bottom and top protection, comfort, and even style. Yes, looking good does make safety glasses safer, because they’re less likely to be taken off or avoided.
If you’re looking for stylish wraparound prescription safety glasses, here’s what you should know:
- Wraparound prescription safety glasses come in a huge variety of styles, ensuring that there’s a style you’ll be happy to wear.
- Wraparound prescription safety glasses are more comfortable than standard prescription safety glasses because of their ergonomic design, better looks, and nose pad designs.
- Wraparound prescription safety glasses are safer than traditional safety glasses with side shields because wraparounds have better side protection, better top and bottom protection, and better field of view.
- Wraparound prescription safety glasses are also safer than standard safety glasses because they are more comfortable and more stylish, limiting your desire to take them off or skip wearing them.
- Wraparound prescription safety glasses are cool, and if you get them with Transitions lenses, they double as a pair of prescription sunglasses.
If you are in the market for a new pair of prescription safety glasses and you want something stylish, wraparound prescription safety glasses are the way to go.
Wraparound prescription safety glasses are limited in what prescriptions they can hold. If your combined sphere and cylinder power is outside the range of -5.00 to +3.00 in one or both of your eyes, your prescription may not work in a wraparound, but you should call to discuss it.
If you have any questions about prescription safety glasses and wraparound, leave them in the comments below and we’ll be glad to answer them. Thanks for reading, and stay safe!