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EyeSend Glasses Adjust from Slabs to Overhangs
EyeSend adjustable-view belay glasses adjust from a 60° slab to a 120° overhang so you can belay in comfort on any cliff.
Normal belay glasses only elevate your view by a fixed 60°, so you're still craning your neck on anything steeper than a low-angle slab.
What Climbers Are Saying About EyeSend Glasses
Beth Rodden, Mother, Pro Climber, Writer
"These glasses are amazing! The adjustable feature allows you to stand in a comfortable position without craning your neck to see your belayer. Who knew such a simple addition to belay glasses could be so revolutionary!?"
Dr. Tyler Nelson. Camp4 Human Performance, DC, MS, CSCS
"I see climbers with tight necks all the time in my clinic. Cranking your neck up to give a good belay is not what your spine is meant to do. The adjustable EyeSend glasses are way better than regular belay glasses at letting you keep a neutral neck position while not losing sight of your climber. All belayers should get a pair!"
Cedar Wright. Professional Climber and Filmmaker…God Among Men
"A clever improvement on a crucial piece of cragging kit. But be warned; I got some strange looks when I wore them to the bar."
Liam Lonsdale. Passionate climber, professional photographer, pursuer of excellence
“The adjustability in the PitchSix EyeSend is a game changer. As a climber with a severely injured neck, I am forced to rely on belay glasses for all belaying. I have made do with what was on offer for too long and suffered when belaying for anything but very short periods. The moveable lens in the EyeSend gives me a better range of vision than anything else I’ve used, and allows me to belay for way longer, with basically zero discomfort. Thanks PitchSix!”
Eric Hörst. Climber * Author * Performance Coach * Researcher * Speaker
"The adjustable feature is brilliant! This fixes my biggest problem with my (previous) belay glasses--my neck never quite could get into a relaxed position. You have solved this problem!"