April 1st, 2019
It's April 1st and we're not joking about harmful UV rays!
How Do Polarized Lenses Work?
Light usually scatters in all directions; but when it's reflected from flat surfaces, it tends to become polarized — meaning it travels in a more uniform (usually horizontal) direction. This creates an annoying and sometimes dangerous intensity of reflected light that causes glare and reduces visibility. Polarized lenses also reduce UVA/UVB rays from the sun, which are known to cause early onset of macular degeneration.
Polarized sunglasses provide superior glare protection — especially on the water.
Polarized lenses contain a special filter that blocks this type of intense reflected light, reducing glare.
Take advantage of this month's special - free Polarized lens upgrade ($100 value!)
.. with the purchase of a full, complete pair of sunglasses. This offer does not apply to lenses only purchase on an existing pair of glasses. See an optician for details.