By Becky Wade
Before we get ourselves into any trouble here, let us be clear: isplack alone is not eclipse-approved. Among its many virtues, retinal protection and blindness prevention are not included, and we would never recommend extended stretches of sun-staring without filters, glasses, or telescopes.
However, that doesn’t mean that wearing isplack didn’t give us a leg up on mere goggle-wearers during Monday’s epic eclipse—if only for the street cred it gave us at our watching party. It definitely didn’t hurt during our heated games of Corn Hole and Kan-Jam either.
Football games, marches, and holidays; hunting trips, parties, and eclipses.
There’s a stick for every occasion.