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Pain-free visor source?
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MiriamJ - February 13

I was using very soft, 1-piece, lightweight visors that put no pressure on my head but I lost them all over time. All the foam visors with the coil in the back that I have tried are too painful to wear.

There's one on Amazon called EVA Foam Rubber Visor by Outdoor Cap that looks like what I used to use, but it's not actually available.

I'm also looking at some Miracle Lace Sun Visors that say they are made with soft foam and have no pressure. The trouble is, as I'm sure you know, someone with FM has a different definition of "no pressure" than someone without FM. Has anyone who is very pressure sensitive tried the Miracle Lace Visors?

Can someone point me to a source of pain-free visors?

I've been diagnosed with Retinitus Pigmentosa, and I'm supposed to shade my eyes whenever I'm outdoors.

Thanks in advance. :)

 

JJ1 - February 13

I wear visors when out in the sun. I have not found a particular source to be pain free, but I do feel like I have to try them on in order to see how they feel, so personally I would be hesitant to order one unless I was willing to return it if it didn't work. Right now I have a straw one that I bought at some department store and I love it because the straw is lightweight and that helps a lot. I do not like the kind that go around my head, I like the half-circle kind.

 

MiriamJ - February 16

Thanks, JJ. I didn't feel comfortable ordering the Miracle Lace. It does help if you can try them on before buying. Straw is great. I have a nice straw hat, but probably will look for that soft foam in the visor.

 

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