We've designed the VisorShield with you in mind! The VisorShield works well with most ball caps and visors.

We recommend soap and warm water to clean your VisorShield. Our patent-pending design allows you to open the visor up flat easy cleaning.

You may also use a sanitizing wipe to clean the shield, but more abrasive cleaners may leave a film on the shield and reduce the length of time for the shield to be used.

In a simulation study, face shields were shown to reduce immediate viral exposure by 96 percent when worn by a simulated health care worker within 18 inches of a cough. Read more on the study here.

There is also less risk of droplet contamination to the eyes and less urge for hand-to-face adjustments.scratching.

Shields allow for more comfort and breathability, particularly in warmer weather. 

One of our favorite benefits? We can communicate with one another more naturally in social interactions.

VisorShields are 2x thicker than other leading face shields, and its durability makes it easy to clean and reuse.

The current CDC guidelines list a face shield or cloth mask as an alternative when no medical masks are unavailable. We offer 8" and 6" options that both extend below the chin. Read more on CDC guidelines here.



Our patent-pending design allows for easy cleaning and storage. Simply flatten your shield, and store safely until your next use.

The shield is made from polycarbonate. As a lighter alternative to glass and a natural UV filter, polycarbonate is often used in eyewear. Our shields are .03" thick and provide high-impact resistance.

Yes! Please visit our wholesale page to learn more about bulk orders and custom branding options.

Yes! We offer our shields in many retail outlets. Please contact us directly at 470-552-0710 or at to learn where you can buy your shields in-store.

You can purchase VisorShield directly on our site and have it delivered to your door.

At VisorShield, we stand by our products 100%. If for any reason you are unsatisfied with your purchase, please contact us directly to make it right.

A brief fogging may occur when the outside temperature is much colder than your breath vapors. The warm water vapor in your breath temporarily condenses on the cooler shield surface forming tiny droplets (fog). For example, similar to one’s glasses fogging up in while wearing a face mask in the cold.

There are many common anti-fog solutions to consider from soapy water to anti-fog sprays. If the occasional fog is a bother, we recommend you research a solution that is right for your unique situation.

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