Heard about polarised glasses but not sure what exactly they are? Polarised sunglasses have a coating which creates a filter that makes vertical openings for light. When a polarised lens is manufactured, an essential chemical substance is applied. This substance is laminated in a vertical pattern that converts the light. The pattern, in turn, blocks the horizontal light to avoid glare. Only light rays that approach your eyes vertically can fit through the openings. In simple terms - it means glare & bright reflections are blocked out. Polarised lenses not only reduce this type of glare, they also make images appear sharper and clearer, increasing visual clarity and comfort.
If you are someone who spends a lot of time outdoors, on the water, or you do a lot of driving, polarised lenses are a great choice for your next pair of sunglasses!