The world market offers a wide variety of sunglasses lenses to cater to different needs and preferences. Some of the common types of sunglasses lenses available include:
- Non-Polarized Lenses: Standard lenses that reduce brightness and protect from harmful UV rays but do not reduce glare.
2. Polarized Lenses: These lenses reduce glare caused by reflections from flat surfaces like water, snow, and roads, making them ideal for outdoor activities.
3. Gradient Lenses: Gradient lenses are darker at the top and gradually become lighter towards the bottom. They are suitable for activities where you need more protection from overhead sunlight.
4. Mirrored Lenses: These lenses have a reflective coating that reduces the amount of light passing through, providing additional glare reduction and a fashionable appearance.
5. Tinted Lenses: Tinted lenses come in various colors and provide different degrees of light transmission. They add style and can enhance visibility in certain conditions.
6. Mirrored Polarized Lenses are sunglasses lenses with a reflective coating on the outside, reducing light transmission and glare. They are ideal for bright conditions and outdoor activities such as skiing, snowboarding, water sports, fishing and driving in bright conditions.
7. Gradient Polarized Lenses feature a gradual tint change from top to bottom, providing both sun protection and clear vision for various lighting conditions. Both lens types offer UV protection and glare reduction, catering to different preferences and environments. Gradient polarized lenses are popular among fashion-conscious individuals, as they offer a stylish appearance while providing functional benefits. They are commonly used in fashion sunglasses for everyday wear and outdoor activities.