Goggles (English: Goggles), Sports, work, etc. Wear glasses.
Protective glasses are filters that change the intensity and spectrum of light that passes through them. The most effective and common way to avoid damage to the eyes caused by radiant light is to wear protective glasses. The glasses can absorb light of certain wavelengths and let the light of other wavelengths pass through, so they all take on a certain color, which is a transmissive color. One is the absorption type, the other is the reflection type, the former is used most. Goggles are used to change the intensity and spectrum of light through, can avoid radiation light on the eyes caused by a kind of glasses. This kind of glasses divides into two big kinds, one is the absorption type, one is the reflection type, the former uses most.
The glasses can absorb light of certain wavelengths and let the light of other wavelengths pass through, so they all take on a certain color, which is a transmissive color.
Most sports are done outdoors, and the sun is often the main cause of eye problems, so athletes who have been exposed to the sun wear sunglasses to protect their eyes. However, in addition to ordinary sunglasses lenses can prevent UV rays into the eyes, most of accessories-based fashion, and can not really completely protect the eyes. Because there may be a strong impact or collision in sports, so gradually developed can completely protect the eyes of the Sun Sunglasses, that is, Sports Sun Goggles, also known as sports glasses.
For different applications, the following types of goggles may be available:
Swimming: must be waterproof to prevent seawater or chlorinated swimming pool water from irritating the eyes and causing blurred vision, to ensure that athletes can see clearly under the water. However, do not apply underwater more than a few feet deep, as the pressure will press the goggles firmly against your face. Swedish goggles fall into that category.
Squash: protect your eyes from a racket or hard rubber ball in an enclosed court.
Winter Sports: Protect Your eyes from bright light or ice particles from the ground.
Basketball: SOME NBA players wear goggles during the game to avoid scratching or hitting their eyes when trying to steal the ball from other players, including Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Wosi, Horase, Guerrant, Kurt Rambis, and Amare Stoudemire.