Don't let the need for prescription glasses keep you from taking to the field: Shop our collection of soccer glasses and find durable frames to last through long seasons of play. Discover rugged, impact-resistant protective goggles, sunglasses, and prescription glasses ideal for soccer players.
Eyewear options are limited for soccer, as you’ll typically use your forehead as a tool to play the ball. When choosing eyewear for soccer, opt for a pair of impact-resistant sports goggles or other sports-ready glasses outfitted with shatterproof lenses and a snug strap. This ensures your frames will stay in place and protect your eyes when you run up and down the field, take headers, slide tackle, or make a fast break for the goal. If you routinely play games or practice at night and require corrective lenses, consider sports goggles fitted with yellow-tinted lenses to help boost contrast and cut glare from bright stadium lights. Browse our entire collection and find the best sports glasses for youth and adult soccer players.
Industry leaders including Randolph Engineering, known for their signature aviator and pilot sunglasses, and Shuron Ronsir, renowned for classic looks with throwback appeal, craft all of their frames in the USA. Many people may wonder if Costa and Maui Jim make their shades in the USA, they do not. While Costa assembles their glasses and sunglasses in the USA, the brand uses components and parts sourced from outside the United States: All of their state-of-the-art lenses are crafted on-site at their Florida-based headquarters and are then paired with frames made in facilities from around the world. Founded in Hawaii, Maui Jim infuses the design of their sunglasses with the spirit of Aloha. However, the brand’s signature sunglasses and lenses are not made in the USA and are instead manufactured in Italy and Japan.
None of Oakley’s sunglasses are 100% made in the USA. Oakley designs and engineers every pair of frames in California at their Foothill Ranch offices and their sunglasses come with components and finishing parts from offshore facilities owned by the brand’s parent company, Luxottica. If the frames bear the ‘Made in the USA’ stamp, it means that they were assembled in California and may contain some parts or components from overseas.