Brine Women's Seeker Lacrosse Goggles

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Stay safe out there with the BRINE® women's Seeker lacrosse goggles! The polycarbonate cage protects your eyes without obstructing your vision, and the soft-grip padding keeps it securely in place. An integrated strap splitter disperses pressure while allowing you to position the strap comfortably over your ears.

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  • 3-shot injection molding for a lightweight construction
  • Polycarbonate cage gives you a super-light option in all weather conditions
  • Injected soft-grip comfort padding for a cushy feel
  • Patented swivel clip and flexible frame help it fit different head shapes
  • Strap splitter disperses pressure
  • Meets ASTM F803-11 for women's lacrosse

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Glaring Problem with these goggles

By Christine

from New Rochelle, NY

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Comments about Brine Women's Seeker Lacrosse Goggles:

I bought this as they are similar to the Brine Vantage I but the see-through cage reflects the sun directly into your eyes when used on sunny days. My daughter will only wear them during indoor games/practice and on rainy days. They are too expensive to need a second pair of goggles for good weather. She says there are also not as comfortable as the Vantage I.

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