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Sunglasses are very important for just about any outdoor user and should be worn outdoors all year round. They are just like sunscreens. One can get a really bad sunburn on even a hazy or overcast day, the user is exposing himself to damaging UV rays on even these days. UV eye damage is cumulative over time.

Our sunglass collection by the name of Vintage Elements has all the quality that a good sunglass needs. There is a high quality CR-39 lens with an acetate frame. In some cases, the lenses are even polarised which helps the user cut off the glare from the sunlight. Protecting your eyes from the sun begins with picking the right pair of sunglasses.

Most people think that they are at risk only on a sunny day. They do not realise that UV light can go right through the clouds even it is overcast. The suns rays are the strongest between 1000 hrs and 1400 hrs. Glare and reflections can trouble the user so one must make sure they are Prescription sunglass ready if they are around snow, water or sand or even while driving. Living near the equator also puts you at a higher risk for the same.

Sunglasses are especially important for children. Most optometrists treating more kids believe in the same. UV is vulnerable especially for children as their are still in the nascent and developing stage. We take pride in giving even kids the option of sunglasses some designs even with polarised lenses. It is important to choose sunglasses that provide full protection against ultraviolet light. Our Sunglasses block 100% UVA and UVB and have UV400 protection.

It is also important to have the right hue of colour to be used. As it helps in colour perception in the individual.

UV protective coating is a clear coating as a result a darker lens is not always more effective than a lighter lens.

Grey, Green and Brown lenses minimize colour distortion and are a better choice when the user is behind the wheels.

There are of course the more popular polarised lenses. Polarised lenses reduce the glare by filtering out the reflected sunlight that bounces off surfaces like water.

However, there are downsides to these lenses as well. It may make it difficult for the user to read the cellphone, or LCD on a dashboard or even the windscreen if you are a pilot.

Polarised lenses are not connected with UV protection. So kindly make sure the lenses you purchase are UV protected.

We give our users the option to customise their sunglasses to prescription sunglasses including polarised prescription sunglasses. With so many option on our website