Beach Volleyball Sunglasses

Beach volleyball sunglasses have always been an important part of the

professional beach volleyball player's accessories.

There are certain things players cannot do without when they are

competing in a beach volleyball tournament during the summer week's.

First, there's your food.

Along with sandwiches and fruit some beach volleyball players will

always bring lots of bananas and/or peanut butter to make sure they

can maintain high energy levels during the entire day of working out.

Others have to have their loads of protein.

Then there's your beverage.

Many beach volleyball players bring their own thermos of water or a

homemade mixture of liquid substances that will replace the electrolytes

that they lose because they are sweating so much.

This could be Gatorade or other drinks that come in powder form that

serve the same or a similar purpose as Gatorade does.

Then their are personal volleyball accessories like beach

towels sometimes two different sizes, one to wipe the body and one to

wipe the face.

Pro beach volleyball players learn early in their career the importance of

applying sun block on their body repeatedly during practices and beach

volleyball tournaments, so several bottles of sunscreen protection with

a high SPF count are always, always in a beach girls volleyball bag. 

So, besides personal hygiene stuff what else is left for a serious beach

volleyball player to bring to practice or to tournament competitions?

That leaves their beach volleyball sunglasses.

Very few beach volleyball players play without sunglasses.

They have virtually become a part of the beach volleyball uniform.

I've had several sunglass companies as sponsors. I loved my Killer

Loops, my Oakley sunglasses and my Rudy Projects.

Regardless, of the brand, my sunglasses were always polarized which

are supposed to filter UV rays.

Between the brightness of the bright sky, the white sand and the

brightness of the white ball, my glasses helped me keep track of the ball

as it travelled through the air when it was served, or spiked.

They also helped cut down on the glare which could serve as a

distraction. On windy days, I had several designs that helped keep the

sand from blowing in my eyes.

If you are looking for some pairs of sunglasses to add to your beach

volleyball accessories check out the selections that you can purchase

from Maui JimRay BanOakleyDragonElectric and newcomer Under


Whether you are looking for stylish, classy, or just plain functional

beach volleyball sunglasses you should be able to find the pair that you

are looking for right here on Inspiring Female Volleyball Players in! 

Under Armour Sunglasses

Under Armour sunglasses are one of the newest editions of the famous

UA brand of apparel and merchandise.

A newcomer to the sports apparel market, Under Armour was founded

in 1996 by Kevin Plank a football player from the University of Maryland

who's mission it was to provide athletes with practice and game apparel

that would keep them cool, dry and light throughout their entire


The company continues to perfect the concept of performance

technology in all their product lines and maintains the goal that every

one of their products makes the owner better.

The mission for the Under Armour company "is to provide the world with

technically advanced products engineered with superior fabric

construction, exclusive moisture management, and proven innovation."

Dragon Sunglasses

Dragon sunglasses lead the way in the the eyewear market, especially

when it comes to innovative developments including the very first

goggles and sunglasses produced 100% from renewable origins.

Dragon team surfer Rob Machado developed the ECO (Environmentally

Conscious Optics) series which highlights the "ambitious, avant-garde,

athlete-inspired mindset that Dragon was founded upon."

The persistent force behind the company’s success and heritage is its

mission to be the leading independent eyewear and accessories brand in

the active youth lifestyle market which they've continued to do by

supporting the best athletes with the best product.

Founded by Will Howard in 1993, Dragon began distributing its first and

still primary product, sunglasses to local surf shops before expanding to

Hawaii and Florida, and later Australia and other international markets.

Dragon started to diversify by developing innovative products in all

eyewear categories.

Dragon remains a youth inspired, independent, edgy, progressive

name brand that appeals to the core participants of action sports. 

Electric Sunglasses

Electric sunglasses are some of the most unique and innovative designs

in the sunglass market today.

Electric styles are inspired by the attitude and personalities of today’s

youth culture.

Electric eyewear are extremely popular in the glasses market. So much

so that the company was acquired three years ago by Volcom, and

today continues to maximize its full potential with support from the

Volcom family.

Instantly recognized by their iconic volt logo, Electric sunglasses and

eye wear have deep roots in action sports, music and fashion. 

According to the Electric website, Electric sunglasses are designed by

Kip Arnette.

"Kip has over 20 years experience, and is responsible for some of the

most innovative and progressive Electric sunglasses and snow goggles in

the eye wear category.

His talent and wealth of design experience has been translated into a

hand crafted optical collection of Electric sunglasses."

Are you shopping for Beach Volleyball Sunglasses?

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volleyball apparel, shoes, beach volleyball bikinis or equipment?

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Speaking of shopping, check out the stuff you can

buy on this site...

Sport professionals demand nothing less than the best, and we've

answered their challenge for decades.

World-class athletes have driven us to create innovation after

innovation, including interchangeable lens designs with unbeatable

optical clarity.

Flak Jacket lets you change lenses in seconds to optimize vision in any

sport environment.

Multiple lens colors are available, and all lenses feature the unbeatable

clarity of Oakley's High Definition Optics (HDO).

Colors: Orange/Black Iridium, Team Blue/Black Iridium, Team Red/Black

Iridium, Team Navy/Black Iridium, Team Dark Green/Black Iridium, Light

Blue/Black Iridium.

Oakley Flak Jacket XLJ Sunglasses

 Oakley Flak Jacket XLJ Sunglasses

Oakley Flak Jacket XLJ Polished Black Sunglasses

Oakley Flak Jacket XLJ Polished Black Sunglasses

Offers a Secure, Custom Fit:

Choose the nose pads that give you the best fit two sizes are included

with every frame.

Like the stem sleeves, they're made of Unobtainium to increase grip

with perspiration.

Under Armour Sunglasses

Oakley Flak Jacket XLJ Sunglasses

Oakley Flak Jacket XLJ Sunglasses

Camouflage Oakley Sunglasses

Oakley King's Camo Flak Jacket XLJ Sunglasses

Oakley King's Camo Flak Jacket XLJ Sunglasses If youve ever tasted the

bite of crisp air and felt your gut soar at the sight of mountain majesty,

you know all about Kings Outdoor World.

The Kings Camo Signature Series sunglasses combine Kings Desert

Camo and limited-edition Woodland Camo patterns with optical

innovations that pretty much blow away any ordinary eye wear you've

owned in the last twenty years.

Oakley King's Camo Flak Jacket XLJ Sunglasses

Oakley King's Camo Flak Jacket XLJ Sunglasses

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  • Monday Volleyball Class (ages 11 - 14) - Stupak Community Center 6 - 7:30
  • Tuesday Volleyball Class (ages 13 - 18) - Mirabelli Community Center 6 - 7:30
  • Wednesday Advanced/Varsity Only Class - Chuck Minker Sports Complex - 4:30 - 6pm - Contact Coach April first before coming if you've never been
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  • Pay $10 at front desk
  • Kneepads mandatory
  • Classes close at 6:05, latecomers will not be admitted
  • You WILL sweat

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Advanced Training 

Breakfast Club 60

About Breakfast Club 60

  • Four Mondays 4pm - 5pm
  • 60 minute intense Training
  • Class Max 12 - Coed
  • Ages 14 - 18
  • No Beginners
  • Varsity/Adv/Elite Skill level
  • Breakfast Club/USAVHP
  • Registration is Open
  • Stupak Community Ctr 
  • Pay $195 for a four class pack Breakfast Club 60 
  • Pay $195 late registration (1-3 Mondays)

Elite training for very advanced hard working players who INTEND to play volleyball in college.

Exclusive opportunity to train with teammates/friends with similar high goals and are ready to push YOU and themselves to improve. 

Not for the curious, weak hearted or distracted player, we do more in 60 minutes than most clubs and teams do in three hours. 

If you’ve never attended a Breakfast Club class contact Coach April BEFORE registering.

Brunch Club 60

About Brunch Club 60

  • Four Mondays 5pm - 6pm
  • 60 minute intensive Training
  • Class Max 12 - Coed
  • Ages 13 - 15
  • No Beginners
  • Intermediate Skill level
  • Registration is Open
  • Stupak Community Ctr 
  • Pay $195 for a four class pack Breakfast Club 60 
  • Pay $195 late registration (1-3 Mondays)

Perfect for regular Boot Camp class players and players who've ALREADY played on a City of Las Vegas/NYS Elite local league team and who're interested in more advanced training and/or trying out for the Volleycats Elite 14s/15s/ local team competing in June/July/August. 

Private and Semi Private Lessons with Coach April
Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays

Ten (10) - intensive 60-minute sessions of semi-private (small groups of six) volleyball practices 

Sessions are a specially designed mix of skills conducted by Coach April within the one hour session

  • Private training class pack is $1050 for 10 classes. This includes gym rental fee 
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