X Sight shooting glasses feature a large collection of lens colours to assist sporting, skeet and trap shooting. Filtering light through different coloured lenses enhances clay target colours, backgrounds and light conditions.
You can’t hit what you cant see. Utilising the right lens colour to filter and manage light can enhance your ability to see targets better and quicker improving your score.
Clay shooters require specialist clay shooting glasses for eye protection primarily. Whether your a shot gun enthusiast or a seasoned pro you’ll understand the importance of wearing shooting glasses to protect your eyes from the potential hazards of shooting clays. From falling shards of clay to shot ricochet, accidents can and do happen. You can’t put a price on your eyesight.
Wearing clay shooting glasses is highly recommended by all international shooting federations and a mandatory requirement to attend many registered shoots.
Our glasses are made from impact resistant polycarbonate with a scratch resistant hard coating and TR90 frames, a durable yet flexible material. They have undergone rigorous robustness tests for impact resistance to ensure they comply with the European Safety Standard EN166 recommended for shooting and protective eye-wear.
Our optical class 1 polycarbonate lenses are mould injected to create precise colour distribution and superb optical clarity with a distortion free field of vision.
The geometry of our lenses combined with the built in ventilation bar provides maximum wrap around cover and protection for your eyes, guarding you from distractions which can reduce your accuracy such as wind, rain and dust.
They also help by creating a barrier which reduces the rate of moisture evaporation from your eyes, keeping your eyes comfortable and hydrated for the duration of your shooting.
One of the most common reasons for missing targets is a lack of focus, both visual and mental. Squinting and straining your eyes in bright light, without shooting glasses or suitable light management will lead to eye strain and fatigue, resulting in a lack of mental focus and a loss of hand eye co-ordination. This will hinder your ability to execute a precise hard focus on the front edge of the target, which can be the difference between a hit or a miss.
Many shooters find typical features on standard glasses interfere with the shot picture or occlude the target. Frames, bulky nose pads, inadequate lens height and gaps between lenses can all present challenges when mounting a gun.
The X Sight 2RX glasses utilise a large one-piece frame-less wrap around lens utilising a high base curve to ensure the geometry of the lens encompasses your entire visual horizon.
A unique feature we introduced to our glasses from the start was the ability to use our lenses without a nose pad. By removing the nose pad the lens sits close around your nose giving you a completely unobstructed field of vision. This was a critical feature of our original model for archery, and has also been a desired feature for many clay shooters.
Most glasses for shooting feature fixed nose pads on the frame or lens which can be seen in your peripheral vision. The X Sight lens system gives you the option to shoot without a nose pad all together.
Significant development and testing has gone into producing our range of lens colours, designed to give shooters the best advantage possible.
Achieving the most noticeable colour contrasting results on the range has been the result of using rich mould injected colour pigmentation in our lenses, often combining multiple colour pigments to provide an intense filtration that can have a dramatic effect on your vision and seriously amp up your visual acuity.
The primary objective and ethos of our brand is to offer excellent value shooting glasses without compromising on quality and lens choice.
We listen to what our customers want and strive to create well designed products for shooting sports with an ever evolving range of features and lens colours designed and influenced by you.
X Sight shooting glasses are suitable for all abilities whether you’re an occasional shot or a serious club competitor.
Now is the time to up your game and focus harder.
To get a true experience of how the world looks through our lenses you need to try them in person, but the next best thing is our lens simulation.
Check out our clay shooting glasses lens collection page where each lens has a variety of different simulations to give an impression of the results of each lens colour.