Polarized sunglasses first invented by Polaroid in 1935 has become the trusted choice of outdoorsy people ever since. The special film coating on the lens will prevent glare and enhance visibility. Sunlight travels in multiple directions and when it strikes a surface like water or ice, it becomes concentrated, which in turn causes glare.
Non polarized sunglasses can only cut down the amount of light entering the eyes and don’t block glare. On the other hand, polarized lenses can effectively block glare by letting in only useful vertical light to enter, which in turn will increase the clarity of vision.
Glare can reduce visibility, distorts color and cause eye strain, which makes anglers and water sports personnel hard to judge the depth and color of objects. Polarized sunglasses ensure glare-free vision, clear contrasts and natural colors, which enhances the quality of vision incredibly.
Eye fatigue and headache can prove costly to water-sport enthusiasts. Polarized lenses will tackle this issue effectively. These sunglasses also reduce the glare on the water, which means that you can see down below the surface-which can be useful while fishing or sailing.
Choose sunglasses with different lens colors to suit the light conditions. For instance, grey or brown lenses are great for bright sunny weather. Bolly Molly sunglasses are a great choice in this category. It will increase contrast and sharpen the field of vision.
Polarized sunglasses are offered in a wide range of models and patterns. Choose an item that matches your theme and impress your outdoorsy audience. Amber lenses like that of Serengeti Isola Sunglasses are ideal for low light and overcast weather conditions. Yellow lenses are useful for dull and low light conditions of winter and fall season.
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