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Sun Glasses – What are Sun Glasses?, Why?, Types, and More

What are Sun Glasses?

Sun Glasses is an essential accessory for the summer: they protect our eyes from harmful radiation, reduce visual fatigue and harmonize our overall image. They offer 100% protection against harmful UVA and UVB rays.

UV-resistant sunglasses protect your eyes from harmful ultraviolet rays and are essential for good eye health.

Polarized sunglasses are glasses designed to reduce glare after sunlight reflects off flat surfaces such as land and water.

Why Sun Glasses?

Sun Protection: Smoking sunglasses feature 1mm triacetate (TAC) polarized lenses that virtually eliminate blinding glare. Protect your eyes with 100% UV protection and rubber ear and temple pads.

Durable – The entire lens frame has a fade-resistant finish that will withstand all types of weather and conditions. A built-in hinge will withstand repeated use and last all day when fishing on the boat.

Original Series: Sunglasses intend for the athlete. They permit a wider field of view while providing superior optics. Backed by a one-year warranty, these canopies will allow you to have fun outdoors without hesitation.

Types of Sun Glasses

Blocking 99 percent of UV rays

Your best choice would be to buy sunglasses with this feature constantly. Long-term exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays is associated with the development of cataracts and eye tumors, including cancerous diseases. UVB radiation considers being more harmful to the eyes and skin than UVA radiation.

Ground and polished

Make sure the sunglasses you buy are correct. To judge the quality of OTC sunglasses, look at a surface with a rectangular pattern, such as floor tiles. Keep the glasses at a comfy distance and cover one eye. Gradually move the glasses from side to side, then up and down. If the lines stay straight, the glasses are correct. If the lines are not straight, particularly in the Center of the lens, try another pair of glasses.


Polycarbonate plastic sunglasses used in sports are particularly resistant. 


Polarized lenses cut off light reflections that bounce off smooth surfaces such as pavement, car windows, chrome surfaces, or water. They are convenient for driving and fishing.

The Darkness of the lenses 

Medium lenses are fine for everyday use, but if you wear glasses in very bright conditions, choose a pair with darker lenses.

Photochromic lens

Photochromic lenses automatically darken in bright light and illuminate in low light. Most darkening occurs in about half a minute, while rinsing can take up to five minutes.

Wrap Around Style

Wrap-Around Style Sun Glasses are in use to prevent light from shining around the frames and entering your eyes.

Gradient lenses

Gradient shaded lenses from top to bottom are towards the center. Your gradient lenses (dark at the top and lighter at the bottom) can reduce blue glare but allow you to see below. They are useful for driving a car because they do not obscure the view of the dashboard.

Blue light blocking

There is disagreement about the damage that blue light does to the eyes. Lenses that block blue light are usually amber in color and make their surroundings appear yellow or orange. The tint is believed to make distant objects appear brighter, especially in snow or fog. For this reason, Amber sunglasses are very popular with skiers, hunters, boaters, and pilots.

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Select the best Sun Glasses in the world for you. The entire lens frame has a fade-resistant finish that is tough enough to handle all types of weather and conditions. An integrated hinge will withstand repeated use and will last you all day.