I am a head coach of varsity and JV teams. My team started out with 30 of these and the passed falls off (of course, my girls work hard and get sweaty). Cascade would not replace the goggles or send me new pads to put on. So I'm just recycling them. I would buy goggles that have no padding, but is rubber/silicone based. STX 4Sight is best.Review by Coach Sam (Posted on 5/19/2017)
I got these goggles because that is what my team ordered when we started a girls lacrosse league. I really liked them. They were very comfortable and had good vision. I started when I was is 7th grade and now I am a Freshmen. These goggles lasted me all that time but at the end started to rip. The padded lining on the inside is coming off. They lasted for three seasons which I think is pretty good!Review by Lax Lover (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Have purchased two -- each broke where the head strap connects to the side of the google. This is clearly a design flaw. The company will replace -- but with the exact same product. Safety equipment should not break so easily.Review by LAX Mom (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Best vision and protection for smaller faces. My U13 team loves these! Straps are holding up fine after 18 months of use.Review by LaJolla Laxin' (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I was a midfielder/defender. They are great goggles and are very easy to get use to. They are very lightweight and after playing with them for three years are still in amazing condition..Review by 14 (Posted on 10/25/2016)
All Cascade helmets have a One Year Warranty and all Cascade eyewear have a Two Year Warranty. All returns must be issued a RA number to be received & processed. To obtain an RA number you will need the serial number from the helmet so please remember to have the helmet near by when you call. The serial number can be found under the left ear pad.
Please call Cascade Customer Service at 800-537-1702 to obtain an R/A number.
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