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Finding the right pair of sunglasses can be challenging. Not only do you have to take the style and design into consideration, but you also want to make sure that you are getting the proper eye protection.
When it comes time to purchase a new pair of sunglasses you will be faced with the decision on what type of sunglasses to get. Forget about the design or style, or even the color for that matter, the biggest question you will have to ask yourself is, "Should I get polarized sunglasses?"
When you are trying to narrow down the many choice of sunglasses that are available, it's important to understand the difference between polarized lens sunglasses and non-polarized types.
While non-polarized lenses reduce light intensity through a dark shade, polarized lenses filter intense light reflected from flat surfaces through a technique that embeds the polarizing technology within the lens. In addition to improving the wearer's vision in strong sunlight, polarized sunglasses provide 100% protection against harmful UVA and UBA rays.
Although many people are satisfied wearing traditional darkly tinted non-polarized lenses that reduce brightness, polarized lens sunglasses are the preferred choice among water enthusiasts who like to fish, boat and water ski. These lenses counter the effects of the sun's horizontal glare off flat surfaces like water and roads that cause you to squint and turn your head, resulting in greater safety and reduced eyestrain while driving or enjoying the great outdoors. For light sensitive individuals, these lenses can also help lessen indoor eyestrain from computer and television screens.
If you’re not familiar with polarized sunglasses, aside from the fact that you’re totally missing out on one of the neatest advances in optical enhancements, you are also missing out on some incredibly clear sunglasses. Chances are if you wear a pair once, you’ll find that you will consistently prefer this type of lenses in your sunglasses.
You may have thought you knew everything there was to know about polarized fishing sunglasses, until now.
Jointly designed by the Bentley, a British car manufacturer, and Estede, an Austrian luxury eyewear maker, these limited edition polarized sunglasses, with lenses by Zeiss, can be yours for a staggering $41,000 (£26,000).