On the field, you need protection for your whole corpus, and eyes shouldn’t be any different. Usually, sunglasses are bought as decoration to match your style. By choosing high quality and protective ballistic sunglasses can protect your eyes from all kinds of sticks, stones and small fragments and ultraviolet radiation, of course. Read the full story

CHOOSING SUNGLASSES

On the field, you need protection for your whole corpus, and eyes shouldn’t be any different. Usually, sunglasses are bought as decoration to match your style. By choosing high quality and protective ballistic sunglasses can protect your eyes from all kinds of sticks, stones and small fragments and ultraviolet radiation, of course.

Sunglasses can be found in different shapes and colors. Our selection has some pretty quick pairs of glasses, as well as a little more casual but high-quality models. Ballistic sunglasses mean military-grade impact protection. Most of our sunglasses have at least 99,9% UVA/UVB protection. If you need sunglasses for multiple use, check the most famous pair from our selection Bollé Hustler ballistic sunglasses. Very tough and won’t fall off your nose.

Besides style and excellent fit, it’s worthwhile to consider the color of the lens when choosing sunglasses. If you want to keep pigmentation neutral, you should consider grey, brown, or green/grey lenses. Lens can be selected by the weather, hobbies, or other unusual circumstances. Polarized sunglasses are recommended for boating, fishing, driving, or any other activity where you deal with a reflective surface. However, the main rule is to choose the darker lens for brighter weather.

Polarized lenses

Polarized lenses are intended to provide glare protection. These are very handy on boat or a fishing trip. Lens contains special filter which blocks reflection light from surfaces like water or a wet road. Notice that with polarized lenses, you may lose visibility for some screens(phone, navigator, etc.), so it’s recommendable to check those screens you need to see while using polarized lenses.


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