In both the Northern and Southern hemispheres of the world, there will always be the four seasons. Summer, winter, and autumn and spring in-between. For most people living, working, and playing in the north, the first spring weeks are those times most looked forward to perhaps because they have just endured a couple of long, hard and bitterly cold and wet winter months. But not quite. Just ask any natural born Canadian and they will tell you that this is a great time to play.
And even if you were not up to playing, there’s still plenty of crazy-paced hockey games to get through before the pride of Canada gets to lift that great big Stanley Cup yet again. By last count, ice-hockey remains the most popular sport in Canada. But if it’s not that, it’s got to be up there. Many online sport optics Canada catalogues will have its focus on those popular winter sports. And when you think about it, whether pro or playing on a local ice rink over the weekend, what ice hockey player would be mad or crazy enough to go without his protective and specially-equipped glasses.
It’s a suicide mission and the emergency service wards would be on a hiding to nothing. Imagine one of those flying pucks hitting you square, right between the eyes? No, surely you can’t. And worse still if it should hit you in one of your eyes. You could go blind. You would be blind to not see the importance of wearing your protective sport optics. And it’s not just the ice hockey game that requires this. There’s still plenty much else there, right out on all the frozen playing fields and all around the great, big outdoors of Canada.