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VCPN VISIONCAREPRODUCTS.COM 64 // APRIL 2016 By Kat-Leek Tedeschi, ABO, LDO, and Michele Silver Spring, summer, winter or fall, your athlete patients require top-performing protective gear. Outft them right with this month-by-month guide to popular sports and corresponding eyewear solutions. F & E THE YEAR IN SPORTS January FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL Snowboarding SPY's Bravo is a midsize goggle featuring Lock Steady technolo- gy–a quick, fngerprint-free lens change system. Triple-layer Iso- tron face foam, moisture-wicking Dri-Force feece and an anti-fog 5.5-base ARC spherical dual-lens secures against cold, snowy con- ditions while speeding down a mountain. Bravo is also available with the SPY Happy Lens. Super Bowl Helmet-based sports require that frames ft comfortably un- derneath; visors can also do the trick. Under Armour's football visor from EyeKing, LLC has quick-release clips and provides Z87.1 impact resistance and dis- tortion-free ArmourSight lens material with anti-fog and anti- scratch coatings. Cycling For changing light conditions and terrain, cyclists need their eye- wear to shif gears. Featuring core technologies such as vented in- terchangeable lenses, fully adjust- able temple tips and the new Er- gonose 8 to ensure a customized ft on every face, Rudy Project's Synform is a completely foldable and Rxable sunglass. For a non- folding option, the Tralyx and shorter profle Tralyx SX have huge shields that block wind, and their adaptive temple tips don't poke the wearer's head when they dock them in their helmet. Baseball Opening Find secure protection from a ball or a bat's impact with Wiley X's Youth Force line. Te largest style, Gamer, can even ft adults. All frames easily convert from a spectacle to a goggle and back again with the simple push of a button. Under Armour's UA Ri- val with fex temple technology is another option. SPY BRAVO CAM NEWTON UNDER ARMOUR VISOR RUDY PROJECT SYNFORM UNDER ARMOUR UA RIVAL WILEY X YOUTH FORCE GAMER BRYCE HARPER