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Cricketers generally prefer wraparound visor style sunglasses. The virtually rimless design plus large lens surface area maximise peripheral vision and sun/impact protection whilst minimising weight. Good peripheral vision critically influences depth perception, and hence the ability to accurately judge a ball in flight. As the available light can vary so much through the course of a days play, we recommend interchangeable sunglasses. Use grey smoke or mirrored lenses for bright sunlight, brown or amber for changeable conditions, yellow for low light and clear for the darkest conditions. Lengthy exposure to sunlight means good UV protection is essential even when the light levels are low. Tough polycarbonate lenses are a prerequisite for cricket eyewear, the need to protect your eyes and avoid shattering is obvious. Some of our sports sunglasses also offer interchangeable head straps to ensure they stay on when things get more active.

Cricket is a sport that has taken itself to the next level over the past few years in terms of it's popularity as the England Test team has dominated the world over. For this reason the leading player’s choices of eyewear out in the field has had a big influence on cricketers at semi-pro and amateur levels. Blocking out glare from the sun when judging the flight of a ball is crucial whilst keeping your eyes focused when the sun’s rays are directly in your eyes is also a vital element of the game. Our cricket sunglasses range offers maximum eye protection and help to increase performance.

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