These are squash goggles. They are used to protect you from the ball and the racket.
Eye injuries within squash are incredibly rare, but you don't want to take any chances with your eyes.
They are not expensive and they are freely available.
The chances are you're surrounded by people who don't wear them.
You'll be surrounded by people who are constantly telling you how uncomfortable they are, how unnecessary they are, but don't listen to those people.
Go out, buy a pair, wear them and if you really really hate them, think carefully about that decision and then stop wearing them, but I wear them all of the time now and I recommend you do too.
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