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Pro Tip: Are polarized sunglasses better? Are they worth the price?
In many cases, yes. All sunglasses reduce brightness and block some amount of harmful UV rays. However, only polarized sunglasses are scientifically constructed to eliminate glare. Not just reduce it, but eliminate it. Polarized sunglasses are ideal for driving, where you get glare from your dash, your windshield and other vehicles. They perform much better than standard sunglasses – reducing eye strain and helping you see better – around water, snow, sand or any other reflective surroundings.
6 Base Curvature - The base curvature corresponds to the curve of the lens. The higher the number, the higher the curve. 6 base styles have a “flatter” look. 8-9 base curves hug closer to the face.
Grilamid - These frames are crafted from bomb-proof Grilamid, enjoy!
Happy Lens - SPY's color and contrast enhancing Happy Lens is the only lens that maximizes the sun's "good" rays. See better. Feel better. Perform better.
If you're not satisfied with your Happy Lens, return them to SPY within 14 days of purchase for a full refund.
100% UV Protection - The sun is harmful to our bodies and eyes, all Spy lenses are 100% UVA/UVB/UVC protected so you can worry about your goggle tan while Spy shields your eyes.
Polycarbonate - Polycarbonate lenses provide optically correct vision and are highly shatter-resistant.
Trident Polarization - Blocks sunlight's glare filled rays, and filters the chaos into a stream of clean, clear light. Trident polarized is layered and sealed within their injected Arc lenses so your polarization will stay with you for the life of your glasses, no scratching, delaminating, or hazing of your polarized filter.
Arc - Accurate Radius Curvature lenses are injected in a unique tapered shape to provide optically correct, distortion free viewing at all angles, ensuring against discomfort and eyestrain.
These measurements include the width of the lens, the width of the bridge and the length of the arms measured in millimeters.
For example, a 59-15-135 frame:
1) Lens Width - 59mm
2) Bridge Width - 15mm
3) Arm Length - 135mm