Best Shooting Glasses For Hunting in 2023
Howard Leight Shooting Sports Howard Leight by Honeywell Genesis Sharp-Shooter Shooting Glasses Combo Kit (R-01637),Clear/Amber/Vermillion
- ANTI-FOG SHOOTING GLASSES KIT INCLUDES: 3 inter-changeable lenses for different shooting conditions, adjustable-fit frame, black storage case and lens cleaning cloth; great add-on to your hunting gear
- CLEAR VISION FOR SHOOTING: Uvextreme anti-fog coating and ventilation channel controls fog and moisture; 9-base wraparound uni-lens provides excellent peripheral vision and protective side coverage
- FIT & COMFORT: Hunting glasses feature adjustable nose piece, temple length and lens inclination for a custom fit; soft, elastomer browguard diffuses impact while providing comfort at all key points
- 3 LENS TINTS FOR ALL SHOOTING APPLICATIONS: Clear for most indoor/outdoor uses; Amber for low light/cloudy/foggy outdoor environments; Vermillion for indoor fluorescent/halogen lit ranges
- SHOOTING SAFETY: Meets ANSI Z87.1-2010 (High Impact) and CSA Z94.3 standards; Clear and Amber lenses meet Military V0 ballistic impact test requirements (7X higher than ANSI); 99.9% UV protection
XAegis Shooting Glasses with Case, Polycarbonate Lens and Rubber Nose Padding Anti Fog Hunting Safety Glasses for Men & Women - Eye Protection,Yellow Lens
- Anti Fog Anti Scratch Polycarbonate UV400 Lens blocks 99.9% of harmful UV rays
- Soft Rubber Nose Pieces for a comfortable fit without the slipping
- Wrap-around Lens gives full sidee vision and mazimum protection
- Lightweight Semi-rimless Black Frame gives you preferred comfort
- Comes with a zipper hard case,easy to carry and protect your safety glasses from damage, scratch and dust
Walker's Lens Shooting Glasses, Amber
- Exceeds ANSI Z87.1-2010 Impact Requirement
- High Grade Polycarbonate Lenses
- Provides 99% Ultra Violet (UV) Protection
Smith & Wesson Major Full Frame Shooting Glasses with No-Slip Rubber, Impact Resistance and Storage Bag for Shooting, Working and Everyday Use, Amber
- RELIABLE: MIL-PRF 32432 rated with full peripheral eye coverage and UV400 rating to ensure overall protection of your eyes
- DURABLE: ANSI Z87+ certified for pivotal impact resistance
- CONVENIENT: Rubber nose and ear pieces keep them from slipping while in use
- VERSATILITY: Blue frames are available in smoke (sunny conditions), amber (low-light) and clear (no manipulation) lenses
- INCLUDES: Microfiber storage bag
XAegis Tactical Military Goggles 3 Interchangeable Lenses, Outdoor Antifog Safety Glasses & Hard Shell Case - Unisex Shooting Glasses Cycling, Driving, Hiking,Fishing, Hunting - Black Frame
- 3 Color Lens - Yellow & Smoke and Clear, the lens options make them great for any type of light in most circumstance, interchangeable lenses are easy to change
- Scratch and impact resistant anti-fog polycarbonate lenses to protect your eyes from UVA/UVB. Compliant with ANSI Z87+
- The semi-rimless frame is made of lightweight and durable material, this safety glasses are very comfortable to wear with a rubber nose bridge,fits most faces;they don't slide down when you are sweating
- Comes with a hard shell zippered case and a soft drawstring bag to store the glasses in, also included is a neoprene strap to help keep your glasses around your neck when not in use
- High quality sunglasses kit - great for shooting,fishing,riding,hiking,training,anything from casual to tactical
Howard Leight by Honeywell A700 Sharp-Shooter Shooting Glasses, Clear Lens (R-01636)
- Introducing our new Shooting Glasses accompanied with 9-base polycarbonate lens provides a 180° field of distortion-free vision
- One of the best feature of this safety goggles is that it is scratch-resistant contains hard coat lens coating for longer lens life.
- Shooting eye glasses are Lightweight, flexible temples with padded rubber tips so you don’t have to worry about comfort because it will ensure all-day comfort.
- Best shooting glasses has molded universal nose bridge provides a comfortable fit; clear lens is suitable for most indoor and outdoor settings.
- shooting glasses clear meets ANSI Z87.1-2010 (High Impact) and is certified to the requirements of the CSA Z94.3 standard; 99.9% UV protection
NOVATICA Shooting Glasses for Men Women â€“ Anti Glare Gray Semi Polarized TAC Glasses â€“ UV Protection â€“ Scratch Impact Resistant TAC Lenses - Sturdy TR90 Frame & Premium Hard Case
- OPTIMAL FIELD OF VIEW, VISUAL CLARITY, CONTRAST & FIT: Functional design enhances performance to next level by contrasting visual and depth perception between target and its background in different lighting conditions. Scratch and impact resistant semi polarized Gray TAC glasses REDUCE glare, unwanted reflections, UV rays and acquire your targets comfortably without eye fatigue / strain
- SHOOTING GLASSES FOR ACTIVE SHOOTING HUNTING: Gray semi polarized TAC glasses REDUCE glare coming from reflective surfaces, unwanted lightings and improve clarity, contrast in indoor or outdoor shooting ranges. Anti glare smoke glasses enhance shooting and hunting performance by cutting down sunlight and glare across the field of view
- UV PROTECTION FOR SHOOTING HUNTING: Sun exposure damages your eyes over time and accelerates eye related deceases. Gray semi polarized lenses with UV layer block most harmful UV rays (UVA, UVB & UVC) and blue light up to 400 nm. Lightweight wraparound frame with wider lens coverage protects your eyes and surrounding areas. Recommended for outdoor shooting, clay targeting, archery, hunting competitive shooting and active sports
- TACTICAL SHOOTING GLASSES WITH STYLE & FIT: Tactical smoke shooting glasses combine the functionality and style to suite your active lifestyle. Key design features - scratch and impact resistant semi polarized gray TAC lenses with anti glare, stylish sturdy yet lightweight TR 90 frame, anti slip temple arms and soft nose pads. Shooting safety glasses block UV rays, flying pieces, gunpowder residue and dust into your eyes and take your comfort and performance to the next level
- PREMIUM SPORT ACCESSORY PACKAGE: NOVATICA brand offers premium accessory package with high performing shooting glasses. You receive designer premium hard case, pouch and microfiber clearing cloth. Sturdy large hard case can accommodate wide range of glass frames and protect them for years. We offer 30-day return policy and exceptional customer buying experience
Walker's Sport Glasses with Interchangeable Lens
- Top of the line gsm product
- Sound reducing ear muff
- Walker's game ear sp glasses GWP-ASG4L2 shooting glasses
- Sport Glasses: High grade Polycarbonated lenses, adapts to a broad range of facial sizes.
- Exceeds ANSI 287.1-2003 High Impact Requirement.
- 99% UVA/UVB protection.
- 4 interchangeable lenses.
- Ratcheting lens pitch adjustment, design allows air to flow freely.
Howard Leight by Honeywell Impact Sport Sound Amplification Electronic Shooting Earmuff, Classic Green (R-01526)
- Built-in directional microphones amplify range commands and other ambient sounds to a safe 82 dB, providing more natural listening and enhanced communication
- Actively listens and automatically shuts off amplification when ambient sound reaches 82 dB; Noise Reduction Rating (NRR): 22
- Features low profile earcups for firearm stock clearance; adjustable headband for secure fit; compact folding design for convenient storage; classic green color
- Includes AUX input and 3.5 mm connection cord for MP3 players and scanners. Integrated power/volume knob
- Includes 2 AAA batteries; automatic shut-off feature after 4 hours increases battery life; approximately 350 hours of battery life; works well and long with Polaroid AAA Batteries
Peltor Sport SecureFit 400 Glasses, 3 Pack: Clear + Amber + Gray Lenses, Anti Fog
- Includes 1 pair of outdoor grey lens glasses, 1 pair of indoor clear lens glasses, and 1 pair of amber lens glasses
- Lightweight and flexible for a secure and comfortable fit
- High impact-resistant lenses absorb up to 99.% UV
- ANSI Z87.1-2010
Target Shooting in the Arizona Sun
Those big-name guys in the shooting sports - Leatham, Koenig, Jerry and Kay Miculek. Ask my squad mates. Money? Time? Fear? Involvement in the shooting sports is probably one of the best ways to support the shooting world.
I'd never participated in an IPSC-type match before. In my head were images of folks with multi-thousands of dollars worth of equipment strapped to their hips and dead-on eagle-eye never-erring accuracy. So when Debbie Ferns, author of Babes with Bullets, invited me to come to the Dust Devil Classic in Tucson, Arizona, I was a little nervous.
I shouldn't have been. I didn't have a lot of money tied up in equipment. In fact, counting my gun and ammo, the retail value of what I had on my person was right around $1,000. I am a decent shot, but not great - especially with a semiauto. And I certainly had no experience at the "practical pistol" stuff. But I had nothing to fear.
On a beautiful, sunny, Saturday in Arizona, I met my squad mates. A couple of ladies made sure to help me out, they took the time to explain to each Range Officer I was a new shooter and walked me through all the safety issues I needed to know. The ROs did their part, every one of them was patient, pleasant and helpful - guiding me through each stage, correcting any mistakes gently and always encouraging me. And the rest of the squad? I had 15 people ready to help me out. If I had a question, I just had to ask. The other shooters took time to walk me through each stage, giving me helpful tips on how to shoot it better, faster, more accurately. How did I do? Ask my squad mates. They'll tell you I did pretty darn good. Did I place? Heck no. But I didn't expect to. I did improve over the course of the match.
But how I shot isn't what really counts. What counts is this - I spent some time with a group of great people, being social, sending a lot of lead downrange and having a marvelous time, and that's what the shooting sports are all about, really.
Now, don't go thinking they treated me this way because I'm "somebody." Most of these folks didn't know who I was. They had never met me before, and on that first day, only a handful of people knew I was with the magazine. Who I was made no difference to them. I was a new shooter, trying the sport out for the first time and looking for some help. They were going to make sure I had a good time and felt welcomed. I may live in California, but I've got my adopted shooting family in Arizona.
So, what's stopping you from involvement in the shooting sports? Money? A small investment in some basic equipment, some of which you probably already have, will get you in. Time? Yeah, it takes time to practice, but less than you'd think. And most clubs have regular club- and local-level matches. Lack of knowledge? Check out your local ranges for clubs in your area. Go to some Web sites. The information is out there. Fear? Yeah, that one. Throw that one right out the window as an excuse. Just walk away from it. Involvement in the shooting sports is probably one of the best ways to support the shooting world.
I may marvel at articles about the "big guys" and in time, with practice, I'm sure I'll get better. But I will forever remember a certain weekend - the sun shining, breeze blowing, standing around with a bunch of new friends as we waited for our turn to the next stage - the laughter, the camaraderie, the fun ... oh, yeah, the smell of gunpowder on the air - Yum!
So here's my little token of thanks to Debbie Ferns, the Dust Devil Classic, the Pima Pistol Club and all the guys and gals on Squad Two.