From a timeless aviator look to the sophistication of new designer styles, sunglasses are as common in outdoor settings as seashells on a beach. These days, the debate among sunglass wearers focuses on protection versus style. As much as sunglasses make a fashion statement, they serve more importantly as an important device to protect
Presbyopia is the normal age-related loss of focusing ability that affects virtually everyone after age 40. At some point, small print becomes impossible to read without multifocal lenses (if you already wear eyeglasses for nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism) or single vision reading glasses (if you don't need prescription lenses to see distant objects clearly).
Eyeglass frame materials have been revolutionized with the advent of new plastics and various types of metals. Frames generally are fabricated from plastic or metal, but a wide variety of materials can be used, depending on the desired characteristics of the frame. For example, for safety glasses, you may require a durable, lightweight frame
We can make so much about the design features of frames these days that it's easy to overlook the most important factors about eyewear lenses. Always choose anti-reflective coating for your lenses. This clear coating eliminates annoying reflections, improves night vision and enables people to see your eyes more clearly. For thinner, lighter, more