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Polarized Lenses for Sunglasses

Adding a polarized coating to your sunglasses makes it easier to see by reducing the amount of polarized light that reaches your eyes. Polarized light causes annoying, vision-obscuring glare and frequently occurs around reflective surfaces like water, roads, or snow. Polarized sunglasses will help you see much better in these environments.

FAQ

Which sunglasses suit my face?

The first step to finding the perfect sunglasses for your face shape is to get an idea about the shape of your face. Read our guide on frame and face shapes to find out more and see whether yours is oval, square, round, heart shaped, diamond, or triangle. Once you’ve done that, check out the relevant page for the shape such as sunglasses for heart-shaped faces or sunglasses for sunglasses for oval faces

Are bigger sunglasses better protection?

Bigger sunglasses have bigger lenses, which means more surface area to protect your eyes from the sun. They offer the same high quality standard of UV protection — but bigger lenses means more coverage, so, in theory, the protection is better. All of our sunglasses offer high quality UV protection regardless of their size, but large sunglasses are also a great style choice for boosting your look when you’re out and about.

Do polarized sunglasses make a difference?

Sure do! polarized sunglasses are designed to block unexpected annoying glares from the sun, which can harm your eyes and prevent you from seeing clearly. They’re ideal around surfaces that can easily reflect light like on the road when you’re driving, in the snow while skiing, or on water if you’re fishing or doing watersports. They’re a great solution to help you from squinting in bright light — and they look great too!

What sunglasses are best for driving?

The best sunglasses for driving are ones with polarized lenses, which can be added to any pair. Polarized lens coatings block annoying glare from the sun and help you see better in direct sunlight with less squinting, so they’re ideal for when you’re behind the wheel. Polarized lens coatings can be added to any pair of sunnies.

How can I virtually try on sunglasses?

The best sunglasses are the ones that protect your eyes AND look amazing when they’re on! One of the best parts about shopping with us is that you can try on any pair in the comfort of your own home and see how they look. Our popular Virtual Try-On tool lets you virtually try on sunglasses from your phone or computer camera in seconds, so you can find your fave pair in the easiest way possible.

How much UV protection do sunglasses give?

Sunglasses give almost 100% full UV protection if they have UV400 protection. Our gradient, mirrored, and polarized coating options offer this level of protection, so we’ve got you covered! Shop our range of UV protection sunglasses today for a pair that looks good and keeps your vision safe at the same time.

Should sunglasses be bigger than regular glasses?

That depends on your personal style! If you like your sunglasses big and bold for a look that stands out, see our selection of large frames. You can also turn any pair of glasses into sunglasses, which means there’s even more choice for your next bright-eyed style! But, sunglasses don’t have to be bigger than regular glasses. You should choose your shades in the size and style that feels right for you.

How do you choose sunglass lenses?

All of our sunglasses offer high quality UV protection to keep your eyes shielded from the sun for a squint-free view. But, as well as keeping you safe and protected, there are many choices when it comes to lens coatings depending on what you’ll be doing with your sunglasses on. Whether you need ‘em for driving, sports, reading in the park or shopping around town — look no further than our selection. If you’re on the hunt for the best UV protection sunglasses and your next great pair, you’re in the right place!