All You Need To Know About Polarized Sunglasses For Driving
Having a clear view of the world around you is essential when you're out on the road.
That's why so many drivers turn to polarized sunglasses for enhanced visibility and clarity.
But what are polarized lenses, and how do they help you see better when driving?
Read on to find out the pros and cons of driving with polarized sunglasses, plus which color-polarized lenses are best for your needs!
What are Polarized Sunglasses?
Polarized sunglasses are a type of eyewear that reduces glare from horizontal reflective surfaces like water, snow, and pavement.
They work by blocking out intense horizontal light waves and allowing vertical light waves to pass through the lens.
This results in a noticeable reduction in glare and an overall increase in clarity.
What Color-Polarized Lenses are Best for Driving?
Looking for the best color-polarized lenses to help you see while driving?
You'll want to choose a lens specifically designed for driving.
There are many types of polarized lenses on the market, but not all are created equal. Some lenses are better than others at reducing glare and enhancing contrast, which can make a big difference when you're behind the wheel.
When choosing the best color-polarized lenses for driving, there are a few things to remember.
Consider the Tint of the Lens
A darker lens will reduce more glare than a lighter one, so it's generally a good idea to choose a darker tint if you're spending a lot of time driving.
The Level of Polarization
Polarization rating of 99% is essential for the maximum polarizing effect.
The Cost of the Lenses
Polarized lenses tend to be more expensive than non-polarized ones. Still, they can be worth the investment if you're spending a lot of time driving.
Do Polarized Glasses Help with Driving in the Rain?
Polarized sunglasses will enhance vision when driving in the rain. All polarized tints will help but Solar Bat’s proprietary green tint is far and above the best. When it is raining, a high contrast tint such as the green will enhance vision during the lower light conditions of a daytime rain storm. Rain drops do reflect the available light, as does the resulting water on your car’s windshield. Polarization will remove nearly all that glare, allowing you to see through the rain while the green tint improves visual contrast in the lower light.
You should only be driving with polarized glasses during daylight hours. Solar Bat is introducing a new lens tint especially designed for driving at night.
Pros and Cons of Driving with Polarized Sunglasses
Here are some pros and cons to consider before using polarized sunglasses for driving:
- Reduce glare from the sun, making it easier to see the road
- Help with eye fatigue from staring at the road for extended periods
- Make colors appear more vibrant, which can help see traffic signs and signals
- It can make it difficult to see the LCDs on your car's dashboard, as well as your GPS
- Polarized lenses make it harder to see in low light conditions, such as when driving in tunnels or the shade. This problem can be overcome by wearing Solar Bat’s proprietary green tint.
- It can be more expensive than non-polarized sunglasses.
Stay Protected and Stylish with Solar Bat Sunglasses
Solar Bat offers the ultimate in sunglass technology with their advanced polarization technology that reduces glare more effectively than any other brand on the market.
Not only are their lenses the most advanced, but they are also incredibly durable thanks to a special harding coating that makes them resistant to scratches and impact damage.
And Solar Bat's commitment to quality doesn't stop there - their frames are made from high-quality materials and construction to ensure they last longer and look better than other sunglasses on the market.
Visit their site today to find your perfect pair of polarized sunglasses.