The Best Lacrosse Goggles to Wear Over Glasses

Being able to see accurately on the field is obviously of utmost importance, but contacts aren’t for everyone, especially youth players. A common question is “can you wear glasses under lacrosse goggles?”, and the answer is yes! The following models are among the few options for wearing lacrosse goggles over glasses that are safe and comfortable.

4sight pro lacrosse goggles over glasses

1. STX 4Sight Pro Goggles

Price: $60 – 65
ASTM 3077 approved: Yes

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We should begin by saying that the STX 4sight Pro lacrosse goggle is not designed specifically to be worn over glasses. However, if you’re looking for this style of goggle (as opposed to the Bangerz below), the 4sight Pro offers the roomiest interior and is approved under the most recent ASTM 3077 specifications. The sides of the silicone frame extend far back on the sides of the face, allowing room for the arms of prescription eyeglasses to lay flush underneath. For optimal comfort and fit over glasses, consider cutting or melting channels into the silicone frame, to allow the arms of the glasses to pass through. The STX 4sight Pro will fit girls from ages 11 and up.


Bangerz OTG lacrosse goggles

2. Bangerz OTG Goggles

Price: $35 – 40
ASTM 3077 approved: Yes

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The Bangerz OTG lacrosse and field hockey goggles are the only goggles on the list (and in existence) that are designed to fit over prescription glasses, and also meet the ASTM 3077 requirements. They may be a little bulky and different from your typical women’s lax goggles, but the clear lens doesn’t obstruct your vision as a cage would. If you’re looking for lacrosse goggles that fit over glasses, these are proven to work. They are designed with ventilation slots to keep both the goggles and the eyeglasses free of fog, are shatterproof, and should fit girls ages 9 and up.


Cascade iris lacrosse goggles for people with glasses

3. Cascade Iris Lacrosse Goggles

Price: $60 – 65
ASTM 3077 approved: No

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The Cascade Iris has a roomy cage interior, making it suitable to fit over many small to medium-framed eyeglasses. It is unfortunately NOT on the approved ASTM 3077 list, but if you’re looking for comfortable lacrosse goggles for glasses wearers, these are still perfectly suitable for practice and non-league play.