Our sunglasses feature advanced polarized technology, which significantly reduces glare and enhances visual clarity. By filtering out horizontal light waves that cause glare, our lenses offer a crisper and more vibrant view of your surroundings. Whether you're driving, participating in outdoor activities, or simply enjoying a sunny day, our polarized sunglasses provide unparalleled comfort and visibility.
Embrace the perfect blend of style and functionality with our sensational collection of polarized sunglasses. Designed for those sun-soaked moments, these sunglasses offer the ultimate fusion of fashion-forward frames, vibrant colors, and high-quality, polarized lenses that ensure exceptional eye protection. The best part? Whether you opt for our polarized or non-polarized options, all Knockaround sunglasses are not only affordably priced but also built to withstand the test of time, effortlessly exuding style in every way imaginable. Trust us, they'll soon become your go-to shades for that irresistibly cool and confident look.
Different Sports with Our RVR Sport Polarized Sunglasses
Polarized sunglasses are particularly beneficial for outdoor activities such as driving, fishing, skiing, and boating, where glare is prevalent. They enable you to see through water surfaces, reduce reflections from the road or snow, and provide a more enjoyable visual experience overall.
Polarized sunglasses can be beneficial for runners and cyclists, especially when dealing with bright sunlight and reflective surfaces. They can help reduce glare from the road or other reflective surfaces, improving visibility and reducing eye strain. However, some runners and cyclists may prefer non-polarized sunglasses to maintain better depth perception, particularly in shaded or low-light areas.
Polarized sunglasses can be used as surfing and fishing sunglasses, they are highly recommended for water sports as they effectively reduce glare from the water's surface. They allow better visibility of submerged objects, waves, and potential hazards. Polarized sunglasses can enhance safety, performance, and enjoyment during water-based activities.
Polarized sunglasses are not as commonly used in snow sports due to the nature of the environment. Snow already reduces glare to some extent, and polarized lenses can sometimes interfere with the ability to identify icy patches or changes in snow texture. Non-polarized sunglasses with specialized lenses designed for snow sports, such as those offering high UV protection and anti-fog features, are more commonly preferred.
In fast-paced team sports, polarized sunglasses may not be as essential since they primarily reduce glare rather than enhance performance directly. However, sunglasses with specialized lens tints that improve contrast and enhance vision in specific lighting conditions (e.g., bright sunlight or indoor arenas) can still be beneficial.
Polarized sunglasses are generally not necessary for indoor sports since they are designed to reduce glare caused by sunlight. However, athletes participating in indoor sports might consider non-polarized sunglasses with specific lens tints that enhance vision, improve contrast, or provide eye protection from potential hazards.
Frequent question about polarized sunglasses
How does polarized sunglasses work?
The polarizing film in our sport polarized sunglasses is vertically oriented, acting as a microscopic Venetian blind that blocks horizontally polarized light waves. These are the light waves that create glare. By filtering out horizontally polarized light, polarized sunglasses significantly reduce glare, allowing you to see more clearly and comfortably.
Not only do polarized sunglasses enhance visual clarity, but they also provide additional benefits such as improved contrast and color perception. The reduction in glare minimizes eye strain, allowing your eyes to relax and focus better in bright environments.
Which is better? Polarized or Non polarized sunglasses?
The "better" option depends on your specific needs and preferences. If glare reduction and enhanced clarity are important to you, polarized sunglasses may be the preferred choice. If you're looking for a more budget-friendly option or do not require glare reduction, non-polarized sunglasses can be a suitable choice. To know more on my article of polarized vs. non-polarized sunglasses.