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Polarized Sports Men Sunglasses
Improve contrast to make vision clear and comfortable
Detachable design for changing the sports headband at the time.
Adjustable Nose rest and comfortable to wear
It is comfortable enough that your nosepieces don’t pinch your nose and Provide a balanced, evenly-distributed weight between your ears and nose
Physical wind guide design reduces wind resistance, comfortable to wear and easier to ride.
The color of the lenses is important because it affects how much visible light reaches the eyes and how easy it is to see other colors and contrasts.
Darker colors, such as brown, gray, and green, are ideal for everyday use and most outdoor activities. They cut through glare and reduce eyestrain in moderate-to-bright conditions. Brown lenses may cause a minor distortion of colors – more so than gray and green lenses.
Lighter colors, such as yellow, gold, amber, and rose, work well in moderate-to-low-level light conditions. They provide excellent depth perception and are ideal for snow sports, such as skiing and snowboarding. They also make your surroundings appear brighter.
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Polarized sunglasses minimize or completely cut off the glare effect. Due to this fact, they will provide you a maximum visual comfort, even in a day with a very bright sunshine, where you’re surrounded by numerous reflective surfaces. Not only that, but eyeglasses or sunglasses with polarized lenses diminish the blue light or ultraviolet light caught by the eye.
Polarized sunglasses are recommended basically for any outdoor activity. However, if you love water sports or fishing, you’ll find the glare reduction quite a bliss. As a boater or surfer, you will benefit from a much better view of the place you’re surfing or sailing, and see much better under the water surface. Plus, the tension on the eyes caused by the glare effect will be gone, therefore it will take much longer for your eyes to get tired.
Polarized lenses come in various shapes and colors. The most common colors are black, brown, red, blue and green. The color is a matter of choice though, you should choose the one you like the most, the one that fits to the usual colors you wear, or matches the color of your hair. Blue does not offer a better protection than red, or viceversa, for example.
In general, if you take two identical pairs of sunglasses, one with normal lenses and one with polarized lenses, the ones with polarized lenses will be somewhat more expensive. But paying 40-50 extra dollars is quite worthy, if you think of the health of your eyes. Great new, our glass is cheap and effective as seen the price above
Polarised - Eliminate glare completely without impacting your ability to distinguish shapes and objects ahead of you.
Clear - Designed for wet or damp rides in low light conditions.
Yellow - Gives greater clarity & visibility in mixed weather and overcast daylight riding.
Blue - Great for low light conditions. Look stylish and reduce glare while enhancing colour perception.
Tinted - Excellent at reducing brightness and dampening glare.
The wraparound Eddy frame is built for the ultimate sportsmen and women — and aptly named for the upstream currents of a river eddy