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The Benefits of Polarized Lenses

Last updated 4 years ago

The perfect pair of sunglasses does much more than become a great accessory for your wardrobe. Sunglasses are designed to protect your eyes from the sun and enhance your vision even on the brightest days. Add even more function to your eyewear by choosing polarized lenses. Polarized lenses are hugely beneficial for the health of your eyes:

Less Strain in the Eyes
Polarized lenses actually reduce the amount of glare that hits your eyes, which makes it much easier to see. This also prevents you from squinting when you are looking at something that is in direct sunlight. When you do not have to squint, you reduce your risk for redness, irritation, fatigue, and even headaches.

Better Vision
By clearing out the glare and allowing you to focus your gaze on a particular object, polarized lenses actually give you better vision during the daytime. Colors become more vibrant and clearer, which enhances your regular vision in a way that you have probably never experienced. Polarized lenses give you the ability to see clearly so your eyes can do what they were meant to do.

More Comfort and Safety
Looking at the world around you without glare is much more comfortable for your eyes.  It is also safer because you can see more clearly on roadways and water sources. Whether you are driving a car or a boat, polarized lenses give you the best view of the pathway in front of you so you can drive safely and efficiently.

EJ’s Sunglasses has a great selection of polarized lenses that help you reduce glare and give your eyes a break. With the biggest selection of Oakley, Ray Ban, and Maui Jim on the Internet to give you the choice you need to find sunglasses for any occasion. To learn more about our polarized options, visit us online or call (952) 679-8666. 


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