Are there driving glasses or driving sunglasses designed for safe motoring?
Non prescription sun glasses or driving glasses are a great accessory for those of us with perfect vision. Anyone who needs to wear corrective prescription glasses while driving is usually limited to the designs of frames at there local eyeglass shop. Know a great solution to this dilema? Answer: Contact Lenses! - Ok Here's the info we have collected about Driving glasses.
The color of sun glass lenses can vary depending on style, fashion, and purpose, but for general use, red, grey, yellow, or brown are recommended to avoid or minimize color distortion, which could affect safety when, for instance, driving a car or a school bus.
Sunglasses in green or grey colored lenses are considered neutral because they tend to maintain true colors. Sunglasses with brown lenses can cause some color distortion, but also increase contrast. Turquoise sunglass lenses are good for medium and high light conditions because they are good at enhancing contrast, but do not cause significant color distortion.
Orange and yellow lenses increase both contrast and depth perception. They also increase color distortion. Yellow lenses are used by pilots, boaters, fishers, shooters, and hunters for their contrast enhancement and width perception properties. Some yellow lenses are also used by motorists for night driving conditions
Serengeti Drivers are Serengetti's most versatile sunglasses. They enhance your vision in all conditions. Patented spectral control system, in the drivers lens is engineered to improve contrast and reduce eye fatigue. See better, drive safer. Anti-reflective coating on reverse side blocks glare and back reflection. 24% light transmission (lightened state), 9% light transmission (darkened state)
There is a brand of driving glasses called Drivewear®. Drivewear® lenses are capable of sensing and reacting to varying light conditions both outside and behind the windshield of the car. From bright sunlight accompanied by intense, blinding glare, to overcast inclement conditions, Drivewear lenses provide the wearer with the appropriate visual solution.
Drivewear® lenses provide glare protection through polarization and enhance and protect vision through photochromics which respond to both visible and UV light. By combining the strengths of two of the most important technologies in eyewear today we have developed the lens of tomorrow, Drivewear®.
Remember to research your sunglasses for driving before you purchase them. You want to be well informed of the effects thet the lenses have on your vision in all lighting conditions. Don't be fooled by inexpensive glasses that could impair your vision and cause you a dangerous situation when driving. Wear only the best! Safety is 'Number One'!
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