From Beach to Boat: Why You Need a Pair of Floating Glasses
Are you tired of constantly losing your glasses in the water while you watch them sinking to the bottom?
Look no further than floating sunglasses!
These innovative eyewear options are perfect for aquatic activities, from pool parties, beach vacations, fishing, or boating. In this blog post, we'll dive into everything you need to know about floating glasses.
So sit back, relax, and prepare to stay afloat with these game-changing sunglasses!
What Are Floating Glasses
Floating sunglasses are a great way to protect your eyes while enjoying all your favorite water activities.
What are floating glasses made of?
Floating sunglasses are designed with a buoyant material that makes them stay afloat in water.
Some floating sunglasses are made from polycarbonate with a “bobber” type insert in the frame to keep them afloat, distracting from the appearance and style of the sunglasses.. Some models also have foam padding around the frame to help keep them afloat. Solar Bat’s floating sunglasses are made of a proprietary material that will float while the sunglasses maintain the appearance and style of non-floating sunglasses.
The lenses are usually made from impact-resistant polycarbonate..
This makes them a great choice for swimming, boating, or any other activity where you might lose your glasses in the water.
They come in various styles and colors, so you can find the perfect pair to match your style. And because they float, you'll never have to worry about losing them in the water again!
How Do Floating Sunglasses Work?
When you are out on the water, the last thing you want to worry about is your sunglasses sinking to the bottom. Floating sunglasses are designed with buoyancy in mind, so you can enjoy your time on the water without worrying about losing your shades.
But how do floating sunglasses work?
Solar Bat’s floating sunglasses are made of a proprietary frame material that will float a lightweight polycarbonate lens.
The lenses of Solar Bat’s floating sunglasses are polarized for optimum visual performance around the water.
Benefits of Floating Sunglasses
If you're looking for a pair of sunglasses that will stay afloat no matter what, you must invest in a pair of floating sunglasses.
Here are a few benefits of floating sunglasses:
- They're perfect for water sports. Whether swimming, surfing, or kayaking, you can rest assured that your glasses will stay right where you left them.
- They won't sink to the bottom of the pool. If you've ever lost your sunglasses in the pool, you know how frustrating it can be to fish them out from the bottom. With floating sunglasses, that's never a problem.
- You'll never have to worry about losing them in the lake or ocean again. If your glasses happen to fall off while you're swimming, they'll float back to the surface so you can retrieve them with ease.
- They're stylish and fun. Floating sunglasses come in all colors and styles, so you can stay chic and fashionable even when hitting the pool or beach.
Don't Let Your Sunglasses Sink: Introducing Solar Bat's FL1 Floating Sunglasses!
Are you tired of losing your favorite pair of sunglasses to the depths of the ocean or lake?
Solar Bat Sunglasses has your back with their new FL1 floating sunglasses.
Yes, you heard that right, FLOATING!
Not only does the FL1 float, but it also comes with chartreuse or light gray accents on the temples to make it easily visible in the water.
So, whether you're kayaking, canoeing, or enjoying a day at the beach, you won't have to worry about losing your precious shades. The adjustable and removable elastic strap ensures they stay on your face while riding the waves.
But that's not all!
The FL1 also boasts co-injected TCG in the temples to increase grip as the temperature rises, TCG nose pads for extra comfort, and a sleek matte black/chartreuse accent or matte black/light gray TCG accent design.
And let's not forget about the 8-base wrap lenses that protect from all angles and the PNVXG3 technology for razor-sharp vision all day long.
So, whether you're a seasoned water-sport enthusiast or just starting, Solar Bat Sunglasses has got you covered with their line of floating sunglasses.
Don't let your shades sink to the bottom ever again!