20s and 30s Eyes
Sports and Vision
To be competitive on the playing field you need peak performance from your entire body – and your eyes are no exception. Sports vision is “full-scope,” and primary eye care can help you optimize these three key visual skills:
- Contrast Sensitivity lets you see fine details from a distance – like the subtle contours of a golf course.
- Dynamic Visual Acuity keeps your vision as clear when you’re running as when you’re standing, so you can see every obstacle.
- Focus Flexibility keeps a ball in sharp focus as it moves toward or away from you.
What visual skills do you need?
Every sport has unique demands: depth perception, peripheral vision, eye-hand coordination. And every sport poses unique challenges: glare, wind, haze, and close encounters with moving objects.
Make every sport a contact lens sport
Contact lenses are ideal for athletes. They offer a more natural vision correction option than spectacles. Contact lenses can increase peripheral vision. You can wear protective eyewear over them – such as goggles or sunglasses. And you can quit worrying about broken frames or lenses. Plus, contact lenses won’t fog up, slide down, or fall off. All of which adds up to better vision when you need it most.