STAY IN THE HUNT

Mans Best Friend Joins The Hunt

Bitter cold, dusty and dry, successful or not - there is one thing that remains unwavering after a day in the field with your dog - the bond. But, keeping your dog healthy throughout hunting season can be tough when drive outweighs self preservation. Rex Specs gear helps you to keep them protected and doing what they love, whether you’re hunting waterfowl, chasing after pheasants or grouse or just getting some training in. Don’t sit next week out with an injury.

Eye Protection for hunting dogs

Durability and dependability are paramount in the field. Rex Specs dog goggles design prioritizes the needs of high drive, working dogs. The single lens design limits distraction while hunting and provides a comfortable fit while the dynamic strap system ensures that the goggle is stable and secure while still allowing for full jaw motion.

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Breathable Mesh

Allows for maximum airflow and quick draining when used in water

Durable Frame

Try to break it

Foam Edge

Provides tight seal and added comfort

Impact Resistant

Polycarbonate lenses are impact resistant and shatter proof.

Spherical Lense

Allows excellent field of view and optical clarity. It also provides ample room inside the goggle for ventilation and whiskers

Strap System

Fully adjustable, dynamic strap system allows stability and full range of motion. Tailored fit for every dog

UV 400

All lenses are rated UV400, blocking 99.9% of UVA and UVB rays

Water Friendly

Built for use in water. Allows water in/out easily. Hand wash and hang dry.

Designed for action

Whether your hunting partner is a lab, spaniel, or pointer Rex Specs has a goggle for you. Sticks, seeds and other debris in the eye often cause corneal abrasions, infection and discomfort. Keep your most valuable hunting asset, and best friend safe and ready for tomorrow's hunt with proper eye protection.

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Rex Specs

measure your dog in two steps

  1. muzzle circumference

    Measure the circumference of your dog's muzzle where you expect the goggle to land on their nose - usually around the back of their mouth.

  2. head circumference

    Measure the head circumference where you expect the goggle to land on the forehead - typically an inch or so behind the eyes.

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Goggle Size Head Circumference Muzzle Circumference
X-Small Less than 10.5 in Less than 6 in SHOP X-Small
Small 10.5 in - 12 in 6 in - 8 in SHOP Small
Medium 12 in - 14 in 8 in - 9in SHOP Medium
Large 14 in - 17.5 in 9 in - 11.5 in SHOP Large
X-Large Greater than 17.5 in Greater than 11.5 in SHOP X-Large
Small Wide* 12 in - 15 in 6 in - 9 in SHOP Small Wide

*Designed for dogs with a wide, flat face i.e. Boston Terriers
If your dog is between sizes, select the larger size: This will insure the most functional fit and optimal field of view.

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