Sunglasses protect your eyes from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays, reduce eyestrain in bright conditions and protect you from flying debris and other hazards. Finding the right pair is key to your comfort, whether you’re driving to work or climbing a mountain.
Choosing the right lenses for your outdoor activities is key to helping you see—and perform at your very best. The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends wearing sunglasses anytime you're outside, but especially when you’re near the beach or water, at high elevations, or participating in snow sports.
Wearing the right performance eyewear can make doing what you love even better whether you’re blazing a trail, sinking a putt, or crossing the finish line. Different lenses have specific features, from color to material that make them better suited for certain sports and activities.
One way to make the most of your outdoors experience is by customizing your sun performance lenses with features that fit your lifestyle needs. If you’re on-the-go a lot and tend to come into contact with branches on the trail or debris on the road, consider a scratch-resistant lens to protect against wear and tear.
In addition to scratch-resistance, polarized lenses that reduce glare are great for active sports like rafting and cycling, or everyday activities like driving. Light reflecting off water, snow, and glass causes glare and can seriously affect your vision. Your polarized lenses should also be equipped with protection from UV rays, especially if you’re into outdoor sports, where you’re spending more time in the sun.
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