Steampunk Goggles

If you’re looking to add a steampunk flair to your outfit, these goggles will help you achieve the look. They’re also a great accessory for cosplay or Halloween!

These goggles are made of high-quality plastic and have a burnished gold finish. They have an adjustable elastic strap for a snug fit.

Crystal Prism Goggles

If you love a bit of vintage steampunk style, our range of kaleidoscope goggles is a must have. They are a stunning addition to any cosplay, LARP, pirate, costume or rave outfit!

These kaleidoscope crystal glass prisms come in an array of colors including clear, red, blue, green and purple. They can be used to enhance any kaleidoscope light show, Christmas lights display, EDM event, laser concert or music festival.

The lenses are made of glass and have a clear finish, making them easy to clean. They also have a durable polycarbonate lens which is resistant to scratches and impact.

Prism glasses help you to see clearly and prevent double vision (diplopia). The prisms bend light rays, improving eye alignment and producing a clear image.

Patients who wear prism glasses often report an improvement in neck strain. They find they do not tilt their head as much when walking or climbing stairs. They may also feel like they are more secure in their footing, especially on uneven surfaces.

Victorian Compass Goggles

If you love to attend steampunk-themed conventions, costume parties and raves, then you’ll need a pair of goggles. These goggles will accentuate your steampunk character and make you stand out from the crowd.

These Victorian Compass Goggles are handmade in the USA and feature double eye loupes, compass symbology, and green lenses. These goggles will look great on your head, around your neck, or resting on the rim of a stove-pipe hat.

You can choose from a variety of color options, including brass, bronze, copper and antique silver. This makes this compass-shaped goggle perfect for steampunk, dieselpunk and cyberpunk cosplay costumes.

These goggles also come with a side vent that will help prevent them from fogging up, especially if you’re going to be wearing them for long periods of time. They also have a black finish and shining bronze compass roses on each side to make them even more unique and stylishly well-equipped.

Nautilus Goggles

steampunk hat with goggles serve many purposes in the world of steampunk, including keeping the wind on an airship from drying out your eyes, protection from dangerous chemicals for the mad scientist, and protection from sparks and hot steam in the lab or boiler room. They can also be worn as an accessory for your costume or a fun offbeat look every day!

These aviator-inspired steampunk goggles are made by Middletown, CT-based designer Joey Marsocci, aka Doctor Grymm. He explains that the base is an old pair of German safety goggles that he has given a nautical-inspired finish, with brass and steel cog wheels and rivets. The lens frames are crafted of brass and steel, too.

Boilermonster Goggles

Goggles may not be as glamorous as a top hat or can, but they are a must have for anyone who spends time in or around water. Whether you’re swimming in the pool or out on the ocean, salt water can sting your eyes, while chlorine can make them itchy and red.

In addition to protecting your eyes, goggles are a great way to improve your visibility while swimming. The right pair of shades will help you to spot obstacles and other swimmers earlier than the competition.

While a good pair of goggles will cost you a fair amount of money, they’ll be well worth it in the long run. Not only will they keep your vision clear, but they’ll also aid in keeping the sun out of your eyes, which is a must if you’re spending lots of time in the sun. The latest models have even been rated as the best swim goggles for their ability to reduce eye strain and protect your sight.

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