Diffusion-weighted imaging of the eye and orbit is an emerging MRI application to provide guidance during diagnostic assessment and treatment of ophthalmological diseases. RARE based diffusion-sensitized imaging (ms-RARE) provides images free of geometric distortions. Yet imaging speed, RF power deposition and artifacts by involuntary eye motion remain a concern. Combined acquisition techniques (CAT) merging RARE and EPI within one echo train offer the possibility to shorten acquisition times and relax specific absorption rate constraints. This study examines the applicability of RARE-EPI CAT for diffusion-sensitized imaging of the eye and orbit free of geometric distortions at 3.0 T and 7.0 T.