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Ask Golf Digest: Will Polarized Lenses Make A Difference For My Golf Vision? Polarized lenses are mainly designed to reduce glare when you're on the water. So, yes, they're great for fishing. But that level of glare reduction can make it hard to read greens when you're playing golf. the bottom end of the tee often gets [...]
Koo Open Cube Sunglasses I tried these back-to-back with some mid-range sunglasses that I had to hand, and the difference was striking. I won't mention the brand of the other glasses, which sell for around £60-70, but the crystal-clear Koo lenses revealed those on the other [...]
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The surprising thing you've never noticed about the Queen's sunglasses When the Queen stepped out for the Epsom races last week, she demonstrated exactly why her sunglasses are not just cool but also practical! Like many grandmothers, the royal knows the value of photochromic lenses – clear eyeglasses that transition to [...]
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Wedding Bells are Ringing With the Launch of GlassesUSA.com's Bridal Collection Our Bridal Collection features a combination of rose-colored tones, clear frames, and wired frames in both prescription glasses and sunglasses for a fun and glamorous look," said Hadar Nussbaum, Designer & Fashion Buyer at GlassesUSA.com. Offering [...]
James Ayscough (died 1759) was an English optician and designer and maker of scientific instruments. He was apprenticed to an optician named James Mann from 1743 to 1747. James Ayscough became known for his microscopes. His shop was in London between 1740 and 1759. Around the year 1752, James Ayscough introduced spectacles with double-hinged side pieces. Although he made clear lenses, he recommended lenses tinted blue or green to treat some vision problems. These spectacles with tinted lenses are believed to be the precursors to sunglasses.
&& to most of my college readers, HAPPY SPRING BREAK. Spring break means bikinis, tan lines, and cute sunnies. Major cat eyes, funky shapes and colored mirror lenses are hot hot hot right now.
In today’s society we use our eyes to stare at computer screens, televisions, tablets and mobile phones more than ever before. The increase in screen-time has not only been linked to eye fatigue but also to an increase in eye related issues. The name for eye problems caused by computer use is computer vision syndrome (CVS). Instead, the term encompasses a whole range of eye strain and pain experienced by computer users. Research shows somewhere between 50% and 90% of people who work at a computer screen have at least some symptoms of eye trouble. kids who stare at portable video games or tablets or who use computers throughout the day at school can also experience eye problems related to screen use.
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Cara Delevingne channels geek chic in specs as she gets back in front of the lens for the latest Chanel eyewear campaign Cara is the ultimate model muse once more in a string of geek chic sunglasses and clear frame specs from the spring 2016 collection. She embraces her characteristic tomboy style in an own brand cap from the fashion house, worn both backwards and ever-so ... [...]
Must-have workout essentials for the fitness fashionista The lens curvature seamlessly surrounds the face for incredible eye coverage while a flattering double nose bridge combined with Oakley’s three-point fit ensures that these sunglasses stay on securely and symmetrically so you can play passionately. [...]
Dress Code: CRAP Eyewear’s Highly Stylized Shades Suit Every Face & Fancy I’ve always felt like “modernized classics” is little bit of a cop out term but, for me, all my idols wore iconic sunglasses so why not reinvent ... jungle tortoise finish with silver mirror lenses. These are sunnies that are definitely meant ... [...]
We Tested Vuarnet’s New Glacier Glasses on an Actual Glacier And they do that while leaving the center optically clear. Sunglasses also need to maintain their performance as you sweat. Vuarnet’s lenses are treated with a hydrophobic and oleophobic coating that prevents both build up of moisture—fogging—and ... [...]
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Bomber Eyewear Announces New Lens Technology “We are excited about the new decentered lenses for our polarized sunglasses styles,” adds Jamerien. “Watersports enthusiasts can count on clear, undistorted vision and the comfort that our foam lining provides.” To learn more about the company and ... [...]
Any experienced fisherman knows that a quality pair of polarized shades is an absolute must while on the water. The enhanced visibility that a good pair of fishing sunglasses provides gives you a huge edge when trying to spot underwater structure and of course, fish. Perhaps even more important is the added benefits of UV protection and relief from eye strain that a good pair of sunglasses will provide. Being out on the water for extended periods can really do some damage to your eyes if...
If the mass market is going to be successfully sold on the idea of wearing augmented reality glasses, it could do worse than look to Lumus for design inspiration. The transparent display firm is showing off its latest hardware at CES 2018 this week, flush from a recent deal with Taiwanese manufacturing heavyweight – and, conspicuously, Apple partner – Quanta. If you’ve been waiting (semi) patiently for consumer AR to arrive in a less geeky form-factor, there’s some good news. Out in the...
In huge news, Kim Kardashian recently declared that small sunglasses are in (her savant husband Kanye West apparently emailed this devastating style declaration to her). So big sunglasses are out.I am unlikely to take fashion advice from any Kardashian, ever, so the pronouncement fell on deaf ears but it’s true that smaller sunglass shapes have been popular for a while now, tiny cat eyes and small rectangle shapes often seen in pastel colours.But a trend in eyewear is one thing that everyone...