Belāggles Belay Glasses

GET ON YOUR WAY TO A MORE COMFORTABLE BELAY!

Belaggles Belay Glasses

Belaggles Belay Glasses - Carbon Black
Package includes: Rugged hard case with clip. Elastic eyewear retainer cord. Microfiber cleaning cloth.
$ 89.99

WHAT ARE BELAY GLASSES?

Used by rock climbers and mountaineers to help alleviate neck pain from belaying, Belāggles allow you to look straight ahead, but see upward. They have become an integral part of the standard climbing gear kit.

Belāggles offer the highest quality in comfort, optics, durability and style.

 

 $89.99 PACKAGE INCLUDES:

    WHY USE BELAGGLES?

    Focused Attention: always keep your focus and attention on the climber without neck fatigue.

    Avoid Belayer's Neck: keep your neck free of soreness and injury so you can be 100% for climbing.

    Product Features: lots of unique features that make Belāggles the best glasses for comfortable belaying.


    Large Viewing Area


    Lens Protecting
    Frame Design


    Robust and Hard-
    Wearing Frame


    Comfortable and
    Solid Fit


    Crystal Clear Vision


    Fits Over
    Most Eyewear


    Ample Peripheral View


    Single Handed Use

    View All Features

    GET YOUR BELAY GLASSES FOR MORE COMFORT AND SECURITY

    No more need to shout "Watch me!"

    Wearing Belāggles means that the belayer can watch the climber and give a super attentive belay without having to look away to ease neck ache.

    THE PRO VIEW

    "Belāggles worked fantastic for me. Thanks. Now part of my quiver."

    Randy Leavitt - USA

    Professional Climber

     

    "Belāggles are both comfortable and durable. The fit is secure and the optical clarity is superb."

    Neil Gresham - UK

    Professional Climber & Coach

     

    "Belāggles are an innovative design and can be the perfect tool to avoid Belayer's Neck."

    Dwayne Lee, L.Ac.

    Board Certified Acupuncturist and climber

     

    "Belāggles allow the belayer to maintain the cervical spine in a neutral alignment while keeping an eye on his/her partner. They promote safety and comfort while providing a clear, wide view that keeps the belayer oriented and aware."

    Vera Philipsen, DPT

    Doctor of Physical Therapy and climber