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Polarized sunglasses aren’t necessarily better than regular sunglasses, but they do have their advantages. That’s because polarized lenses block reflected light, so you can see more clearly when the sun is shining from the side and provide uv protection. Polarized lenses also reduce glare when the sun is directly behind you so you can perform better. 

Polarized Activities

If you’re going to be boating, skiing, or snowboarding, polarized lenses can make a big difference. Polarized lenses aren’t just for outdoor sports, either. They can be great for driving, especially at night, while you’re looking for a new home, or while you’re shopping. But, it is not secret that a polarized pair of sunglasses are more expensive than regular glass and that it is hard to find a perfect pair of them at a reasonable price.

Polarized Wins

So, are polarized sunglasses for men better? One drawback of a polarized frame includes the price tag. Reputable brands like Maui Jim and Ray-Ban tend to have higher points due to major sponsorship deals. 

Some people also don’t enjoy how a polarized lens changes the way they see. When people talk about the polarized sunnies reflection, they are likely referring to the impact polarized lenses have on color.

If there was a showdown between polarized versus lumen lenses, polarized would likely win. Although there are the polarized mirror effects, the stumbling blocks of polarized sunglasses are still minor compared to their advantages like reducing eye strain and protecting you from uv rays. That means it’s hard to go wrong with polarized lenses, but what if you’re looking for something a little different? 

Vigor Eyewear, designs and manufactures a range of sunglasses lenses, including our performance polarized lens that is featured in one of our most popular pairs of polarized sunglasses, Pebble Polarized. 

Visit Vigor Eyewear’s online store to browse the collection of polarized mens sunglasses and get 15% off on your first order.