What is Polarized?

Polarized lenses have a special coating applied to the lens to filter light. This special coating blocks harmful light from passing through the lens. Polarized sunglass filter creates vertical openings for light, Only light rays that approach your eyes vertically can fit through those openings. The lenses block all the horizontal light waves bouncing off water, surfaces or a shiny car hood.

Because of this, the image you see through a polarized lens is more defined. Objects look crisper and clearer with polarized lenses

When to Use Polarized Glasses

Fishing. People who fish find that polarized sunglasses drastically cut the glare and help them see into the water.

Boating. A long day on the water can cause eyestrain. You may also see below the surface of the water better, which is important if you are driving a boat as well.

Golfing. Golfers do find that polarized lenses reduce glare on fairways

Snowy environments. Snow causes glare, so a pair of polarized sunglasses are usually a good choice.

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