The Best Racquetball Goggles 2020

Unless you want an eye injury, wearing racquetball goggles is a must. This affordable eyewear is a great investment whether you play regularly or occasionally. A little scratch on your face is a much better alternative than a ball stuck in your eye socket. Things can get a little wild on the court and safety should be the number one priority.

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Fortunately, they are lots of options when choosing a goggle. Modern goggles have newer technologies and protective glasses to provide adequate protection against a direct hit of a racquetball compared to goggles created a decade ago.

Don’t overthink what to get, honestly speaking, there is not much of a difference between the manufacturers of these racquetball goggles. As long as they can provide protection, has anti-fog feature and comfortable, any of my recommendations below works.

Here’s how to choose a pair of racquetball goggles:

  1. Make sure it is tough. We want to choose a pair of goggles that can take tough hits without cracking.
  2. It has an anti-fog coating. A clearer view will definitely win you more games.
  3. Adjustable straps and/or temples are a nice feature. It will make you more comfortable and it will make sure that the goggles will stay on your head during a match.
  4. Interchangeable lenses are purely optional, but it will help you to see clearly during different types of lighting conditions.

Top 5 Racquetball Goggles 2019

1. HEAD PowerZone Shield Protective Eyewear

These goggles are one of the best I’ve used and never have fogged up on me. I also saw a lot of players using it. The HEAD PowerZone has a one-piece lens style that gives nice eye protection. It has anti-fog and anti-scratch features. It has an adjustable temple so it can fit nicely. It is really close to your face and it sits tight on your eyebrows. The fit is great and the nose pad is really comfortable.

As I’ve said earlier, it never fogged up on me. The anti-fogging of this goggles are great. Even I’m sweating a lot during a match, the visibility is still great. The goggles’ foam rubber strip up on my brows helps catch any sweat. I can hit the ball without any trouble. So, if you’re a heavy sweater, get the PowerZone.


  • Great anti-fog feature
  • Durable


  • Can be too big if you have a smaller face

2. Ekleton Speed

The Ekleton Speed is a two lens-style eyewear that comes with 3 interchangeable lenses. Clear lenses are for all types of courts. Amber lenses are for dimly lit courts and finally, the tinted lenses are great if the sun is high while playing outdoors. The great thing about it is you can change from one lens to another very quick. It is also comfortable to wear and the anti-fogging feature works quite well.

My only gripe about the Ekleton Speed is the nose pieces tend to fall off after quite some time. But, here comes the good news, you can call or email Ekleton, tell them about the nose pieces and they will send you a FREE replacement. Now, that’s what I called a quality customer service!


  • Great interchangeable lens for different lighting condition
  • Solid customer support


  • The quality of the nose pieces needs improvement

3. Gearbox Vision Eyewear

If you have a slim face, then the Gearbox Vision is perfect for you. This slim type eyewear is designed to sit securely on your face, great for juniors and women too! The goggles have an anti-fog and anti-scratch capabilities while being light and comfortable.

The Gearbox Vision Eyewear is one of few eyewear to have passed the highest ASTM standards. So, you can expect that it will last longer. It comes with a hard case to protect your goggles when not in use. An added bonus is the nice, clean looking design that will surely catch everyone’s attention.


  • Light and durable
  • Great design


  • I wish it has an adjustable temple

4. E-Force Cyrstal Wrap

The E-Force Crystal Wrap has a one-piece lens design which allows the wearer to see clearly. It comes with two nose pieces for a more customized fit. Its adjustable sidearms are great for different face shapes. So, you can fully customize this eyewear.

On top of the one-piece lens, you will see the air vents that increase the air flow and to prevent fogging. It is also lightweight but pretty tough. I’ve been hit several times in the eyes/nose area and thank God, the E-Force Crystal Wrap didn’t break and protected my eyes and my nose. Overall, this is a great quality eyewear that has a nice anti-fog feature.
  • A really tough eyewear
  • Comfortable to wear


  • Lens has some distortion

5. Head Rave Protective

If you don’t want to spend a lot or just a newbie in the game, the Head Rave Racquetball Eyewear is a great option. This is an entry level goggles but it has an adequate anti-fog feature. However, it may fog up if you sweat a ton.

It has an elastic strap that holds the eyewear but unfortunately, it tends to be useless at times because it can fall off. A great solution is either to take it off or to just replace the strap. But overall, this racquetball goggles are durable and comfortable to use and is a great choice especially if you’re a beginner.


  • Budget-friendly
  • Pretty solid entry-level eyewear


  • The strap falls off easily

Honorable mentions:

A solid goggles – Ekleton Strobe

Cheap Racquetball Eyewear – Head Impulse

Goggles for Kids – Ponosson Goggles


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