What's the difference between polarized and non-polarized lenses?
Simply put, polarized lenses eliminate glare. More specifically, polarized lenses filter light horizontally, nearly eliminating all glare that occurs when light is reflected from the sun onto a surface.
Do polarized lenses add extra health protection for my eyes?
This is probably one of the most common misconceptions of polarized lenses. While polarized sunglasses help to stop squinting and can reduce overall eye fatigue/strain after many hours, what protects your eye health is making sure you are wearing lenses with 100% UVA/UVB. Lenses, regardless of color, that are 100% UVA/UVB will protect your eyes from damaging light rays
What are the differences between lenses colors?
What's the difference between glass and poly-carbonate lenses?
Are sunglasses just for summer?
Absolutely not! Sunglasses should be worn year-round to protect your eyes from the sun's damaging rays. In fact, it is even more important in the winter months when the sun is closer to the earth, especially in the late afternoon when the angle of the sun can create high glare conditions while driving.