What are Polarized Sunglasses?
If you’ve ever wondered what distinguishes polarized sunglasses from the rest, this one’s for you.
In short, polarized sunglasses are specially designed eyewear designed to protect your eyes and reduce glare from water, snow, and glass. Polarized lenses contain a laminated filter that allows only vertical oriented light to pass through. This then blocks the horizontally oriented light so that glare is almost eliminated. There’s a reason why your fashion shades don’t hold up well on a trip to the beach or walking around the city, if they’re not Polarized, they in turn don’t have the range. The quality of the laminated filter can vary which shows in the varying prices, although any polarization is better than note.
Who Needs Polarized Sunglasses?
The short answer? Everyone.
As humans we are continuously being exposed to reflective light that is always moving and in flux. Polarized sunglasses help our eyes adjust to this constant movement, and protect them from the negative effects of catching the wrong reflective light. Examples of this are eye fatigue on the mild spectrum which causes migraines and headaches, with the extreme being snow blindness that can go away in a few days but make your eyes feel like they’re on fire. Wearing polarized sunglasses are almost like blinds for your eyes, keeping the bad stuff out, and letting you enjoy the world around you with little to no worries.
When is the best time to sell Polarized Sunglasses?
If you want to offer the best of the best, keep Polarized sunglasses in stock all year long, your customers will thank you.
Given that Polarize sunglasses are for everyone, but mandatory when it comes to partaking in summer and winter sports, it’s smart for any business who sells them to keep some in stock all year long. Even climate won’t play a huge role in this as if you are in the midwest where it snows 6 months out of the year, customers who ski/snowboard will be in the market for shades, and then for their summer counterparts when the weather gets nice and the sun comes out. Same goes for somewhere like Miami where it’s sunny/locals are partaking in beach trips regularly.