Thin wire arms minimise weight and reduce blind spots. Aviator shapes tend to be popular driving sunglasses, and be honest, we all need a bit of Top Gun in our life! More seriously, the classic spectacle-style nose-bridges found on wire-frames also ensure comfort over longer journeys.
Ensures the sun is kept out, no matter where it is in the sky. The wrapped design will also maximise your field of view, helping hazard perception.
Lightweight, so ideal for prolonged use, whilst the minimalist design improves the field of view and reduces peripheral distractions.
Frame & Lenses
PHOTOCHROMIC: YES OR NO?Lenses that are clear at night and then progressively darken as the conditions brighten sound ideal for driving. However, standard photochromic lenses just don't cut it, as they react to UV, which is blocked by the windscreen (otherwise you would get a tan whilst driving!). Thankfully, lens manufacturers have finally developed a solution that will work inside a car:
PRESCRIPTIONDirectly glazed lenses tend to be most popular for driving. For those who wear varifocals day-to-day, there is no reason to change in the car, as they will help you keep an eye on the speedo!
Below you can take a look at the effect of different lens colours for driving.
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