When you get a new pair of fashionable sunglasses, you want to wear them as often as possible. Fortunately, there are plenty of places to wear sunglasses. In fact, you’ll be doing your eyes a huge favor by wearing your sunglasses to the places listed below:
With harmful glare coming at you from the sky, the road, the hood of your car, and even the other cars around you, driving can be very hard on your eyes. In fact, we recommend that you always wear sunglasses while you’re driving during daylight hours.
Polarized sunglasses are particularly helpful while you’re driving because they help to cut out glare. They can even help you to see better during misty and foggy conditions. Since wearing sunglasses while driving is so important, we recommend that you keep a pair in your vehicle at all times.
Sunglasses and the beach go together like warm mittens and snowfall. But not only will you look stylish at the beach with your new sunglasses, you’ll also be protecting your corneas from sun damage.
UV damage can lead to a host of eye ailments: cataracts, keratitis, and even total blindness. Additionally, sunglasses can protect your eyes from other dangers at the beach, such as dust, sand, and projectiles like frisbees and footballs. Do your eyes a favor and always keep them protected while you’re at the beach.
While we usually remember to wear sunglasses when we’re outside in the summer, it’s just as important to wear them during wintertime activities like skiing and snowboarding.
Glare is a big problem for skiers and snowboarders, but polarized sunglasses can easily correct this problem. Sunglasses can also help to increase contrast so you can see the bumps and dips ahead of you. If you’re concerned about increasing contrast, choose sunglasses with rose, brown, or amber lenses. Sunglasses will also protect your eyes from wind and ice particles that may fly up into your face as you ride the mountain.
When you participate in water sports like wakeboarding, water skiing, fishing, and sailing, your eyes can take a lot of abuse. Not only are they subject to UV rays from above, but they also have to deal with the sun reflecting up from the water below.
Did you know that polarized sunglasses help you to see what’s underneath the surface of the water? Fishing can cause a lot of strain on the eyes. Polarized sunglasses protect against serious exposure to UV rays and eliminate reflective glare. Good-quality polarized lenses filter light, which allows you to see deeper into the water.
A day at the ball game is a lot of fun, but if you’ve ever come home with a headache or eye strain, it could be because your eyes weren’t protected.
It’s not uncommon to see people squinting at ball games. They’re trying to focus on small objects that are far away, and they’re often looking into the sun. Additionally, your eyes might feel fine toward the beginning of the game, but as the sun sets you might be looking right into the direction of the sun’s rays. Make sure you take your sunglasses with you to the game.
Buy your next pair of sunglasses online! At our online shop, you’ll find women’s sunglasses, men’s sunglasses, and unisex sunglasses. You can also try on our fashionable sunglasses at one of our pop-up shops.
Don’t be caught in one of these places without your sunglasses. Protect your eyesight, and look stylish while you’re at it.