Pick up your favourite pair out of these smart, stylish and safe sports sunglasses and get kickin’!
How often do you forget to apply sunscreen on a hot day of scorching heat? You don’t. Right!
So in case, anyone’s wondering why do you need a pair of protective eyewear around your eyes while you play in the broad daylight with glare, harmful rays, dust, and pollution, read this sentence again.
Spending time outdoors without proper protection puts you at risk of several types of cancer, as well as cataracts, macular degeneration, and sunburn to the cornea.
For anyone who enjoys being active outdoors, a quality pair of sunglasses that actually stay in place is a good place to start when protecting against eye damage.
That being said, you would think that one pair of sunglasses is fine for any kind of outdoor activity. Think again. Is it okay if you wear the same kind of shoes for hiking and beach-ball? Same is the deal with eye protection. There are several conditions that need to be factored when looking to find the right pair of sunglasses for your choice of sport.
For instance, if long bicycle rides are your thing, settle on hostile to misting focal points and lightweight edges with side ventilation to beat temple-dribbling sweat. But if you are someone who works out at different times of the day, you can get a hang of interchangeable lenses that saves you from buying multiple eyewear for both high and low-light conditions. Many reasons to wear a sunglass while you do anything out in the broad daylight, have a look at some styles handpicked for you!
What should you look for?
- Adjustable Nose Piece
You should be able to adjust the nose piece according to the width of your nose and move the sunglasses closer or further from your face.
- Adjustable Temples
You should be able to adjust the temples according to the size of your head. So that the sunglasses don’t move during the exercise.
- Frame Material
Mostly, the frames of a sports eyewear are made up of TR90 material. This is strong and Flexible and not easy to break even when handled carelessly.
This is just for you to stay comfortable and focused. A sports sunglass should be around 30 grams and can even be as light as 26 grams.
- Interchangeable Lenses
A lot of sports sunglasses give you the option to change the lenses. It's great to be able to switch the lenses to suit the environment and lighting conditions.
- Lens Coatings
Quality sports sunglasses brands provide lenses with hydrophobic coatings (which shed sweat and water) or anti-fog coatings.