Polarised sunglasses can provide you with a major advantage on the bank, not only providing you with UV protection just as regular sunglasses do, but also enabling your vision to penetrate the surface of the water further and give you a greater perception of colour.
Many polarised sunglasses on the market sport either amber or green lenses, there are advantages and disadvantage to both colours. Green lenses, offering increased perception of the colour green, which as it turns out is the colour our eyes are most sensitive to. Green lenses are known to provide better contrast than grey lenses and better colour accuracy than brown lenses, not only boosting your visual acuity in all manner of light conditions but also decreasing eye-fatigue over the course of your session. Whereas, amber lenses excel in moderate to low-level light conditions, they provide excellent depth perception and make your surroundings appear brighter.
Both lenses supplied with the Nash Mag-Optix Sunglasses provide category 3 polarising performance with 100% UVA/UVB protection, acting to greatly reduce eye-fatigue and minimise the need to squint. The lenses themselves are robust 1.1mm scratch resistant and shatterproof.
Perhaps the unique selling point of the Mag-Optix Sunglasses is the ability to change lenses, this in itself is a fantastic addition but the magnetic attachment method makes the process of changing between lenses that much easier and provides a really sturdy frame, unlike some sunglasses which can feel flimsy on your face.
The Mag-Optix set is stored in a protective moulded case and is provided with a lanyard and cleaning cloth, all in all the Mag-Optix Sunglasses are a mag-nificent offering from Nash.
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