Our polarized clip-on sunglasses have been officially certified for driving, and they fulfill stop light and color recognition requirements. Our polarized lens colors are designed to work in a variety of lighting settings. The polarizing lenses work like a tiny window blind, reducing glare from the sun by up to 99.97%. When traveling, mirrored light from roadways and automobile hoods can be a significant threat that also induces eye strain. When riding with clip-on sunglasses, it is critical to follow our safety rules and to never drive at night. Below is a list of some of the main kinds of polarized lenses offered:
Grey polarized lenses
- A dark shade that’s perfect for sunny days.
- Polarized lenses with filter category 3 considerably decrease frontal and mirrored glare.
- Color vision is unaffected.
- Driving in full daylight, Alpine trekking, saltwater fishing, boating, painting, and reading a good book outside in brilliant sunlight are all good opportunities for using these lenses.
Brown polarized lenses
- It’s appropriate for both sunny and cloudy days.
- Polarized lenses with filter category 3 considerably decrease frontal and reflective glare.
- Blue light is filtered out by the brown hue, which improves eye acuity and spatial awareness.
- In sunny circumstances, this is the best option for shallow water fishing.
- When paired with brown or tortoiseshell spectacle frames, it looks great.
Copper polarized lenses
- A lighter hue that is excellent for cloudy sunlight and changing lighting situations.
- The blue and green frequencies of sunshine that cause glare and blur are filtered out by the category 2 copper tint filtration.
- On hazy or cloudy days, increase contrast to reduce squinting and straining.
- Without altering colors, the lenses make things look crisper, clearer, and more vibrant.
- The right decision for daylight driving and golfing year round.
Yellow polarized lenses
- On foggy, wet, or dreary days, the brightest hue is perfect for increasing light in low visibility.
- Filter category 1 yellow tint reduces glaring and improves clarity by filtering out blue light.
- Without warping colors, the lenses make things look crisper, clearer, and more vibrant.
- In reduced light situations, this is the best option for wintertime day driving, as well as sports and swimming.
When traveling, using equipment, or playing sports, don’t ever try putting on or removing your clip-on sunglasses.
Examine the clip-on eyeglasses for indications of deterioration on a routine basis and update them when they’re no longer acceptable for use. To learn more about our options, please feel free to contact us.