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My 10 year old daughter has been shooting with me for 2 years now. One of her biggest complaints is how uncomfortable it is to wear eye protection under her ear muffs. She constantly complained of pain in her temples. Unfortunately, it was a pain that she had to deal with... until now. About 4 months ago, I was out on a job with one of my co-workers. We had just met and were sitting there shooting the sh*t. Somehow, the conversation gravitated towards guns, when he tells me about a new product he invented called FullPro. I have to say, I was immediately interested. FullPro is eye protection that uses straps that attach to the outside of the Ear pro using velcro. After he flew back home to Texas, he sent me a couple samples which prompted me to schedule a range day with my daughter. I showed her the eye protection and had her try them on. She didn't say anything at first, but she did give me a big smile. After heading out to the range, here are the two things my daughter had to say.

1. "These things are awesome, it doesn't hurt anymore."

2. " The range wasn't as loud as usual"

To me, her second point was what really sold me. You see, when you wear standard eye pro under your ear muffs, there is a break in the seal. That break in the seal tends to let in at least 5-10 decibels. I never even thought of that until she said something to me.
My main reason for writing this is not give my co-worker more business, but to promote a product I believe in. My daughter has enjoyed going to the range with me more than ever, and our range sessions are no longer cut short because of pain. I highly recommend any of you who use ear muffs to take a look at this eye pro. If I had one complaint, it would be that they are not fog proof (summer problem). Other than that, I am completely sold. Hope this can help some of you who have experienced similar pains.

http://www.amazon.com/FullPro-Sound...e=UTF8&qid=1445053199&sr=8-1&keywords=fullpro
 

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Nice idea for a needed product.
My grand daughter has a lot of hair and a seal is tough and the muffs ride the glasses up on her.
 

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Do they come in kid sizes. Thats what I need. There are a myriad of solutions for adults but the market has nothing but crap for kids.
 

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Do they come in kid sizes. Thats what I need. There are a myriad of solutions for adults but the market has nothing but crap for kids.

My 10 year old daughter uses the same ones I use. Due to the use of straps instead of the traditional design, she is able to adjust them to her size.
 

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The thing I am worried about is the width of the glasses themselves being too wide for a kids head, especialy when she's up on a rifle stock.
 

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The thing I am worried about is the width of the glasses themselves being too wide for a kids head, especialy when she's up on a rifle stock.
Gotcha. They do have a 30 day money back guarantee. If they don't fit, you can always return them.
 
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