Night lenses – Football
Contact lenses for Football
Whether you are an amateur footballer, a professional or play football as a regular fun hobby, then night lenses could be the solution you’ve been waiting for. Night lenses are contact lenses uniquely custom made to your eye shape that you pop onto your eye before you go to sleep and which naturally correct your vision while you sleep [they work by a process called Orthokeratology – find out more here]. Simply remove in the morning to have perfect sight all day, no need for glasses or day lenses. No need for laser surgery. Just repeat every night, daily repetition as you would with day lenses, except just 2 annual lenses as opposed to 730 with daily lenses, so better for the environment too!
Leaving you to play football freely without the need for sports glasses or day lenses that can get irritated by mud from the pitch or might come out during a crucial moment! No more scrabbling around in the mud searching for a lost lens. The future of eyecare is not to have anything in, or on, your eyes during the day … especially when you’re on the pitch, grinding out a win and working up a sweat.
Free your eyes.
Night lenses | a game changer for footballers
Jason Brown, Footballer
“Night lenses have given me that freedom and one less responsibility during match day to think about. Before night lenses I was always thinking to myself “how are my lenses feeling?” and if they weren’t feeling right then you definitely kept thinking about that. So now using night lenses has lifted a massive weight off my shoulders as there is nothing in my eyes. It’s a surreal feeling and I’m just really enjoying it.” CLICK HERE to read Jason’s interview
Diego Esquivel, Footballer
“There was actually quite a few matches where a lens would drop out. When it was raining they would always come out and that would really effect my performance and just really bother me. I would just get anxious midgame thinking: “this lens is going to fall out!”, instead of concentrating on the game and doing what I’m supposed to do. The amount of benefits you have with night lenses and the disadvantages you get with day lenses make a huge difference to your performance” CLICK HERE for Diego’s interview