themvpiskb24
Years ago

Basketball Goggles

I may need Basketball goggles/glasses to play with for a while as I obtained an eye injury. Even though it's healed up, it can't be afford another poke as it do a lot more damage than just a bloodshot eye for a week. My parents are insisting on a protective measure before I step back out, despite my protests on the chances of getting poked in the same eye again almost straight away.

Anybody have any clue?

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Alexkrad  
Years ago

Horace?

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SRT070  
Years ago

an internet search can yield many results. tonnes of hits through google as well as amazon.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Trying asking the local eye stores if they can help you out. The OPSM's, Spec Savers etc

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Gardenia  
Years ago

Let us know how they go. If you miraculously develop an unstoppable sky hook I might even consider getting a pair myself.

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