What options does an eyeglasses wearer have in the sun? Imagine being on the beach or in the park, on a sunny day, with that cool NYTimes recommended book you finally got around to read. Or going out on a beautiful warm winter day, but without the snow glare or any of the squinting. You get your prescription glasses on, but not even the widest fedora can shield you from the light.
This is one of the worst struggles of people who wear eyeglasses (amongst many others): How can you protect your eyes from the constant squinting, the sun’s harmful UV rays while still being able to actually see anything?
Since there are a couple options out there, like prescription sunglasses, clip-on sunglasses or transition lenses, here’s a simple guide to help you find out which one is the perfect choice for your needs, style, and sight!
"Yellow 'Night Driving' lenses have been shown to provide no benefit in seeing ability at night. They are even hazardous because they give the driver a feeling of seeing better, which no one has yet been able to explain. Studies have shown that they actually impair visual performance and retard glare recovery. Many promoters have made unfounded claims for the ability of amber to improve night vision. They have employed mass solicitation, usually by mail.
Lenses Material: Polycarbonate
Lens Width: 60mm
Lens Height: 40mm
Lenses Optical Attribute: Mirror, UV400, Anti-Reflective, Polarized, Gradient, Photochromic
Gender: Men, Women, Unisex
Gray - day
Yellow - night vision
Sunglasses Case x 1
Clip-on Lenses x 1 (Sunglasses not included)