You love the swag sunnies give you but you also need prescription eyewear. Wearing un-powered sunglasses has you stumbling through the world blurry eyed. You’ve tried contact lenses but they feel gritty in your eyes. So what’s a wo(man) gotta do? The answer my friend, is prescription sunglasses. What’s that you ask?
The choice of millions of prescription eyeglass wearers, but definitely a more expensive option than a regular pair of shades. So should you be spending your hard earned money on prescription sunglasses? Let’s check out the pros and cons and then you can decide whether they are the right choice for you.
Prescription sunglasses come with all the benefits high end sunglasses do; they allow you to get quality lenses with high UV protection. You can get lenses that are scratch-resistant and even polarized lenses that reduce glare. If you enjoy long drives or days at the beach, then it’s very important your shades have anti-glare lens filters to prevent eye strain and keep your eyes comfortable.
And if you wear progressive or multifocal lenses, then prescription sunglasses can be fitted with those as well. How cool can it get? You could read a book on the beach or play a game of scrabble at the family picnic and the keep the same glasses on as you drive home. That’s what makes prescription sunglasses so convenient and practical.
What’s even better, you can pick and choose a frame that flatters your face shape best and then select your prescription sunglass lenses to go with it. Want to make a statement with your sunglasses, this is the way to go! In fact, the styling of prescription sunglass frames is nearly as wide as that of non-prescription sunglasses in almost all of the same fashion, designer and celebrity eyewear styles. Check out some of the cool styles and shapes right here: Brown Transparent Grey Mirror Full Rim Rectangle John Jacobs JJ Tints JJ S13314-C3 Sunglasses, Matte Gunmetal Blue Full Rim Hexagonal Vincent Chase Polarized Premium VC S13121-C4 Sunglasses and Gold Brown Tortoise Brown Gradient Full Rim Cat Eye Vincent Chase Polarized MIRAGE VC S11177-C6 Polarized Sunglasses
Clip-Ons, Contacts Or Prescription Sunglasses?
Did you know that prescription sunglasses are available for virtually any lens prescription, including bifocal and progressive lens options? So whether you are myopic or presbyopic and need glasses to watch a cricket match in the stadium or read a book, you can get prescription sunglasses that can also help you if you need reading glasses only or if you wear contact lenses to correct only your distance vision and still need that additional help for reading.
For additional glare protection from light bouncing off reflective surfaces like glass, water and the road, you could consider polarized sunglasses like Gold Green Full Rim Aviator Shape Vincent Chase VINTAGE VC 5158/P-C20 Polarized Sunglasses as well. So, all said and done prescription sunglasses are definitely worth your money to keep you seeing clearly in style.