Why You Should Be Wearing Polarized Sunglasses
Ready for clearer vision, reduced glare and protection for your eyes? Then you should be sporting polarized shades. Here’s why polarized lenses perform better.
If you love the outdoors, whether you’re hiking, biking, or hanging on the beach, then you’ll love a pair of polarized sunglasses. That’s because polarization minimizes reflected light from bouncing in your eyes and improves both vision and safety in the sun.
How exactly do they work? A special chemical is applied to lenses to filter light, so that the lenses act a bit like a miniblind in front of a window. This filter blocks horizontal light waves, which are the kind that bounce off water, roads or other reflective surfaces. The result is the ability to see in crisp detail and less eye fatigue.
Not all polarized lenses are created equally, however. Look for multi-layer lens technology, which offers enhanced color vision, superior UV protection, and makes the lenses scratch- and impact-resistant.
Shop These Polarized Picks
This iconic aviator shape with mirrored lenses is timeless, as well as lightweight and durable, so they’ll stay put while keeping your eyes 100% protected from harmful UV rays.
Matte black frames with impact-resistant TAC lenses, a scratch-resistant coating, and woodgrain ear pieces enhance your vision and keep you looking good in the surf or on the street.
These classic club-style, half-rimmed sunglasses with a tortoiseshell frame are a little bit retro. Don’t let their good looks fool you: They are as protective, durable and scratch-proof as all Panama Jack sunglasses.
These simple black shades add sleek style to any outfit and can be dressed up or down. You’ll want to take them with you everywhere you go.
This bold pair with square lenses feels both sporty and sophisticated, with tortoiseshell rims, gold-toned ear pieces and top bar.
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