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Stay at the top of your game with polarized lenses
Polarized lenses are a special type of sunglass lenses that reduce glare and provide the most superior quality vision experience one can find wearing sunglasses. Polarized lenses keep colors true, make your vision clear, and sharpen your focus like no other lenses can.
If you're a fan of outdoor sports, you know how much the glare of the sun can affect your performance on the slopes, on the water or on the field. Polarized lenses offer amazing glare reduction in high light conditions and outstanding UV protection.
Polarized lenses can offer a crisp view because they filter out reflected light. Regular sunglass lenses reduce the amount of bright light that gets into your eyes, but offer no protection from the way light bounces around and causes annoying glare.
If you spend a lot of time outdoors: boating, fishing or playing outdoor sports, then polarized lenses can be a game-changer for the way you play. The lenses reduce the glare reflecting off the water or snow and help you still see things ahead of you crisp and clear even if you have to tee off facing into the bright sunshine.
If you spend the day behind the wheel of a car or truck, polarized lenses should be a must-have in your sunglasses. Polarized lenses can reduce the glare from the road itself or the light reflected as glare off of your truck or car. Polarized sunglasses offer crisp, clear vision without tiring out your eyes, which is vital for anyone who spends the day driving. (Drivers may also like Transitions® Drivewear lenses which combine polarized lenses technology with Transitions Lenses—lenses that change from clear to dark depending on the amount of light outside.)
Polarized lenses can be added to just about any type of glasses that you need to correct your vision. You can add polarization to singular vision, bifocal and progressive sunglass lenses.