Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 23, 2013 -- Prescription sports glasses for kids are an extraordinarily important piece of equipment for young competitors that require corrective eyewear. The frames from Rec Specs are ANSI certified for sports use, are very comfortable, and offer a wide variety of styles and sizes. New Rec Specs frame styles are a welcome change for kids who have previously preferred to go without corrected vision than wear the combat-looking protective sports eyewear that was available.
Rec Specs sports glasses are available from ADS Sports Eyewear with two very different prescription lens choices. The standard lenses that people have worn for years are back on sale for $39.00. These are unbreakable polycarbonate lenses that block 100% of UV light, even with the clear lenses. And the new Free-Form Digital lenses are also on sale for a fraction of the MSRP. Free-Form Digital technology means that the prescription is recalculated at every point on the back of a lens to ensure that every part of the lens is in focus without any of the “fishbowl effect” that was previously associated with these wrapped frames. ADS Sports Eyewear uses the Shamir Autograph 2 Attitude digital design. This is the world’s most respected Free-Form Digital design.
So ADS Sports Eyewear is simultaneously offering the best deals on the traditional prescription lenses for Rec Specs sports glasses, as well as the new free-form digital prescription lenses. Combining these prescription lens options with the new Rec Specs fashionable sports designs will provide young competitors with all the tools they need to look better, see better and play better.
ADS Sports Eyewear has specialized in prescription sports eyewear for over 10 years. They have sold Rec Specs sports glasses from the very beginning and they are capable of answering questions about these new lenses. Most ADS Sports Eyewear sales are generated on their web site, http://www.adseyewear.com.
Michael Spanjol, ADS Sports Eyewear, http://www.ADSEyewear.com, 214-477-6787, [email protected]