Allows for maximum airflow and quick draining when used in water
Try to break it
Provides tight seal and added comfort
Polycarbonate lenses are impact resistant and shatter proof.
Allows excellent field of view and optical clarity. It also provides ample room inside the goggle for ventilation and whiskers
Fully adjustable, dynamic strap system allows stability and full range of motion. Tailored fit for every dog
All lenses are rated UV400, blocking 99.9% of UVA and UVB rays
Built for use in water. Allows water in/out easily. Hand wash and hang dry.
360 ° VIEW
I bought a pair of Rex Specs goggles for my Border Collie to help protect the excessive pink skin around his eyes from the relentless UV rays that we experience here in California. Not only do they serve this purpose perfectly, but they also protect his eyes from debris and other foreign objects while he is on hiking trails or playing with the other dogs at the local dog park! The other dog owners love the goggles and many have expressed strong interest in obtaining a pair for their own dogs since they just look so cool on my dog Scout! I think they are most impressed by the fact that an active 10 month old Border Collie, who is constantly running and wrestling with the other dogs, seems not be bothered at all by having them on. They are also impressed by the fact that they DO NOT come off despite his rambunctious style of play! In short, Rex Specs simply sell themselves and that is the greatest compliment that I can share about these incredibly well researched goggles for our furry friends!
My senior Samoyed is having some eye issues related to age, and is sensitive to light at times, especially during the winter months. We are still figuring out her diagnosis, but I figured I should go ahead and get her a pair of doggles. it only took me a couple days to get her used to the Rex Spex and she took to them quite easily it really seems like she understands the whole point of them and as much happier on her walks in the snow. They seem very comfortable to her and she doesn't mind them at all,though a lot of treats did help things along! If you need vision protection for your dog, these will be invaluable.
Drax the Dogstroyer has never been safer chasing MTB tires. I trained him to run behind (incase there is an untrained dog coming the other way) but the rear tires kick up dirt, dust and mud. Unfortunately, Drax is the perfect height to take the rounds of clay to the face. Instead of waiting for an expensive eye surgery, I took the opportunity to train him on eyewear. He is well trained all around, but it still took him a little while to become accustomed to the goggles while “working”. For use in the car, he was running them very quickly but several weeks to get him working the trails in his fancy goggles.
I will say, he is usually a hit/popular wherever we go, but now it’s crazy. People stop and take pictures when he has the tinted lenses in haha.
I don’t really care for the attention, but the protection they provide on the trail is excellent. The replacement lenses are totally affordable. If you have the means and time to train them, it’s a no brainer. Start with the basics and he patient, 100% worth the protection. 🤙🏻🤘🏻✌🏻