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APR 2016

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WHERE TO FIND IT: Decot Hy-Wyd Sports Glasses 800.528.1901 • decot@sportsglasses.com // Hilco 800.955.6544 • hilco.com // Kroop's Brands LLC 704.635.7963 • Kroops.com // Oakley, Inc. 800.733.6255 • oakley.com // Pilla Performance Eyewear 203- 894-3265 • pillasport.com // Rudy Project North America 888.860.7597 • rudyprojectusa.com • Sara Riding sriding@gorace.pro // Wiley X, Inc. 800.776.7842 • wileyx.com ley X Climate Control Series includes a snap-in insert that effectively blocks wind and debris. Frame styles such as the WX Knife, WX Boss and Airrage have wide stylish temples that act as side shields for additional protection. HORSING AROUND For equestrian events when horses and their jockeys are racing and dirt is being kicked up, Kroop's Arch goggles are extremely effective at blocking de- bris and wind. Another great option diving masks ft the bill with a variety of spherical lens powers. For more complicated Rx's, Hilco offers an Rx insert. SKY'S THE LIMIT Protection is critical to the eye in a high-speed freefall when parachuting. Kroop's Boogie goggles and equally popular 13-Five goggles effectively wrap around the face and are secured with a comfortable elastic band. The Arch goggle features a patent-pending soft elastomer frame that provides a comfortable, cool and dry ft on most face sizes and shapes. The lenses are easily interchangeable and come in a variety of colors and features for vary- ing terrain and conditions. All are 100% UV blocking, impact resistant and are available in vented or non- vented lenses. Tinted lens choices in- clude yellow, smoked and a reduced glare light blue mirror. When rock climbing, a foreign body in the eye could spell disaster. The Wi- VCPN VISIONCAREPRODUCTS.COM 46 // APRIL 2016 exists with Pilla Performance Eye- wear's National and Renegade models, which feature a wrap design with Zeiss VIVX lenses to enhance vision, am- plify color and boost contrast. These sports sunglasses stay put when the horse and its rider are jumping over a variety of course obstacles. Richard W. McCoy, LDO, ABOC, NCLC, is an opticianry instructor at Hillsborough Community College in Fort Myers, FL. Hilco xRx Diving Mask Kroop's Skydive Punch Oakley Prizm Shallow Water Pro Archer Lucy O' Sullivan in Pilla Panther X6A from Performance Eyewear F & E

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