Polarised sunglasses assist with reducing glare from surfaces such as water, snow , sand & roads.
They increase viewing clarity making them the top fishing & boating glasses.
Polarised Sunglasses are fully compliant to Australian & NZ government standards AS/NZS 1067 rev. 2003. They are a category 3 sunglass which means high sun glare reduction & good UV protection. They provide 100% protection from UVA & UVB rays. Aerial Sunglasses are fully guaranteed against manufacture defects & faulty workmanship for 12 months from date of purchase.
So you ask - What are Polarised Lenses?
Sunlight can be absorbed or reflected in several different directions. Sunlight that is bouncing off horizontal surfaces such as water, land or the hood of a car is usually reflected back in a similar horizontal direction. This reflection produces an agitating source of glare that cannot only create visual discomfort but can also cause a potentially blinding glare. Glare has the potential to create a very dangerous situation, especially while driving. Polarised lenses contain a laminated filter that allows only vertically oriented light to pass through. This blocks the horizontally oriented light so glare is almost eliminated.
Advantages of Polarised Lenses:
A polarised lens offers the following advantages over non-polarised lenses:
POLARISED SUNGLASS FEATURES
Pacific Optics uses TAC lenses in the production of their polarised lenses which meet the worlds most stringent standards.Pacific optics aerial sunglasses block both UVA and UVB harmful rays. Whether it be fishing, boating, snow-boarding, driving or just enjoying a summer or winters day, aerial have a pair of polarised to suit all.