FishingFrom vast oceans to lazy rivers, the water surface can magnify glare up to ten times. Go for polarized lenses that block glare and blurring blue light while completely covering the eye socket.
- Blue Filtering — Lens tints like amber, orange, and brown absorb blue light, which reduces blurriness, while increasing contrast and depth perception.
- Hydrophobic Lenses — Coating creates an invisible barrier that easily sheds sweat, rain, sunscreen, skin oils, dirt and dust off the lens.
- Lens Curvature — More curvature maximizes side protection against sun, wind, and impact.
- Polarization — Reduces the blinding rays of glare reflected off flat surfaces.