If you’re a serious gamer, you’re playing so long it’ll be your eyes that wear out first. The glasses you wear are a serious decision that will affect your endurance, even your accuracy. Here are the best gaming glasses on the market.
Gunnar With Cobalt Frame
The frame is durable yet comfortable, angled to block eye-irritating air currents. The color means something, too: the lens is tinted in a way that blocks out filter blue light as well as UV.
The PPK protects your eyes from UV light while providing a view which most resembles natural light. Everything here is geared toward reducing the stress on your eyes.
The Vayper Full RIM
The Vayper Full RIM is about as good as it gets for a panoramic, sumptuous view you might just lose yourself in.
Gunnar Optiks INT-00101
The broad, heavy-duty frame makes this a good set of glasses for almost any head size. No tight, pinching spots. They’re also glare-resistant.
Call Of Duty Gaming Glasses
For Xbox 360 Call Of Duty Black Ops II: The lens curvature brings extra focus to game details so you can shoot more accurately. We thank you for your service.
The Versatile Sheadog
Temples are thermoplastic rubber for a better fit. Built to reduce eyestrain while offering a broad but subtle color spectrum, perfect for graphic designers.
Do you have a big head? That’s OK, more brains in there. Well, here are your gaming glasses, built with a nice, wide framework and a unique hinge design for max comfort.
Gunnar PHA-05601 MLG Phantom
Notable for its panoramic display while giving maximum comfort to gamers with all sorts of head sizes.
The Phantom Onyx Marco
Fine weight distribution makes for a comfortable fit in and out of headset. Glare-resistant, top of the line for viewing yellow hue screens.
Semi-Rimless Gunnar Optiks
Semi-rimless offers the ultimate in peripheral vision. Great protection of the eyes, too. You’ll forget you’re wearing them.