April Sports Eye Wear Injury Awareness Month

Haber CrabbingThe month of April brings awareness to sports related eye injuries and how to protect your eyesight.Eye injuries resulting from athletic activities range from corneal abrasions (scratches on the surface of the eye) to potential blindness with an orbital fracture (bones are broken around the eye) to detached retinas (light-sensitive lining at the back of the eye is pulled out-of-place), . In the U.S. over 13,500 people who visit the emergency room each year-end up legally blind and over 90% of these are preventable by wearing protective eye wear.

In addition to injuries from sports equipment, many also suffer eye injuries caused by another player’s errant finger or elbow to the eye.   Some of these sports include baseball, fishing, golf, and while sports account for a particularly high number of eye injuries, hobbies can also poses a risk to your sight.

Safety eye wear protection has been an important factor at work with strict requirements and are a small fraction of the number of eye injuries seen in emergency rooms.

Polycarbonate, Haber Carbolite™, lenses meet the requirements of the American Society of Testing (ASTM). Polyurethane, Haberlite™ , exceed these standards. HaberVision offers premium eye wear protection and all lenses (sunglasses and goggles) meet or exceed these requirements.

People who wear contacts should also wear appropriate protective eye DSC_0096Copywear, as contacts offer no protection.

Prevent eye injury today and make a difference by finding a pair of glasses or sunglasses that are a comfortable fit for you plus offer the appropriate lens materials protection.


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HaberVision offers high end polarized sunglasses and goggles with quality and value unsurpassed for the price. Selling direct to the consumer online only we are "The World's First Online Only Sunglass Company".
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