People might think that polarized sunglasses are just another fishing gimmick, but if you choose a good pair, they will be an invaluable addition to you fishing tackle.
Polarized sun glasses have polarized filters which have been specifically designed to reduce the glare on the surface of water and other reflecting surfaces. These glasses are especially useful for fisherman as they make it easier to see the fish in the water, but also they are widely used for other sporting activities like skiing, sailing, rock climbing etc.
Although normal sun glasses will reduce the intensity of the light they will not filter out the glare on shiny surfaces where as polarizing glasses fulfil both jobs.
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When choosing a pair of polarized sunglasses the following points must be considered.
Price – everyone of use has a budget that we have to work to, so it is important that we do our research thoroughly and find the best pair we can get for our money and not just the first pair we see at the fishing tackle shop.
Effectiveness – There is no point buying cheap glasses. It stands to reason that the more you spend the better the effectiveness and the better the quality of the pair that you buy. That said it may be a good idea not to buy them from the big name manufacturers and instead shop around the lesser names as you may end up getting an equal quality for a lesser price.
Comfort – you have to remember that you could quite possibly be wearing these glasses all day so finding a pair of glasses that sit comfortably is a must. It is also a good idea to buy a pair of glasses that have large lenses. These will let less light in to your eyes from the sides of the glasses and could help stop your eyes from getting tired and sore.
You should choose your polarizing glasses as you would choose prescription glasses. Remember your eyes are one of your must precious commodity so you must look after them at all costs. It is advisable to look out for the UV rating that should be displayed on the lens as this will reduce the amount of ultra violet that your eyes are subjected to. A good idea is to speak to your optician when you have your eyes tested as they can give you advice on the finer points of choosing your polarised sun glasses.