RexSpecs V2 Goggles

As low as CA$99.99

Rex Specs Goggles provide stable, secure eye protection for your dog. Rex Specs are used by professional working dogs deploying from helicopters, simple sunny day strollers, bird flushing hunting dogs and motorcycle riding pup alike. Wherever and whatever your adventure is, Rex Specs have your dog covered.

Product Details:

  • Lenses are replaceable and interchangeable. All lens, including the clear lenses, provide UVA/UVB protection, blocking 99.9% of harmful UV rays
  • Impact resistant lenses
  • The dynamic strap system allows for a secure fit without hindering the dogs range of motion or performance.
  • The singular spherical lens design optimizes the field of view and space within the frame for comfort during longer durations of wear.
  • Vented frame drains quickly for use in water and provide ample air flow to limit fogging
  • The frame is flexible, durable and edged with foam for full protection from debris.

All goggles come with 1 Clear & 1 Smoke Lens and microfiber storage bag.

Great News!
This item is IN STOCK
SKU
REXV2

Rex Specs V2 is the latest version of our best-selling dog goggle. Over the years we’ve tested, lived with, and beat the crap out of the original Rex Specs goggle.

The V2 embodies all that we have learned. The updates boast improved fit, greater stability, increased field of view, lower profile design, better range of motion, and fresh style. The Rex Specs V2 Goggles are ready to keep your dog protected no matter where the adventure takes you.

Rex Specs V2 Dog Goggles provide durable, dependable eye protection for dogs. All lenses are impact resistant, rated UV400 (blocks 99% UVA/UVB), and easy to replace. Ample ventilation allows for maximum airflow and quick draining for use in or around water.

The spherical lens design offers an excellent field of view and the strap system is customizable and creates a secure fit while still allowing for full range of motion.

Whether a dog deploys from helicopters, flushes birds or enjoys sunny afternoon walks – Rex Specs V2 has got the pup covered.

Training:

Often the best way to train with goggles is to take your dog out for their favorite activity. Walking with a leash is a great training tool as well, as the leash allows you to correct any pawing or rubbing.

Just remember to make the goggles fun and exciting - positive association goes a long way.

1) Try feeding your dog breakfast and dinner with the goggles on

2) What does your dog like to do the most? Fetch? Running? Biking? Get them doing their favorite activities with the goggle on and often they forget they have them on. If they are food motivated work on some tricks inside the house while wearing the goggles

3) Does your dog like to hang their head out the window? Try putting them on and going for a drive.

4) Leashed walks are a great training tool for correcting your pup when they are trying to paw off the goggles.

Fit tips:

  • Rex Specs should fit snug to the dog’s face with no gaps between the goggle frame and head
  • Customized fit adjustments can be made through the tri-glide chin strap and head strap
  • The dog’s eyes should align with the center of the goggle (if eyes are toward the top, the goggle needs to be moved further up the snout)
  • Strap extenders are available upon request, which can add an additional 3-4 inches to the head strap if needed
  • We try not to recommend sizes based on breed since there can be a lot of variance from dog to dog, though there is a search by breed on our Size Guide page that can be used for general reference
  • Rex Specs require at least 2” of nose in order to stay in place. Dogs with short noses (ie. Boston Terriers, Pugs, etc) will have a hard time finding a good fit. We do offer a Small Wide goggle that requires only 1” of nose, but proper fit can still be hard to find for these breeds
  • We typically recommend waiting until a dog is about 6-8 months old to introduce the Specs.
  • Waiting gives a better idea of what size they will be full grown and the extra time also allows for the dog to learn basic obedience skills that can help with the success of wearing the goggles.