Cycling

Some cyclists avoid polarised lenses to better spot oil spills and puddles on the road. There can also be interference with the LCD display on some bike computers. However, this can be remedied with a slight tilt of the head. Polarised lenses do reduce reflected glare off the road and enhances vision , making it more comfortable as glare is a fatiguing nuisance. It is a personal preference as to whether a cyclist should choose polarised lenses or not.

The right lens tint : can make all the difference in spotting those rocks, nails, and other flat-tire causing demons lurking in the bike lane by increasing your vision’s colour contrast. Here’s the best lens tint colours for the given conditions:

  • Bright & Sunny:Grey and green
  • Overcast: Copper and amber
  • Cloudy & Nighttime: Yellow and clear

Golf

The right sunglasses can definitely help your game and offer protection from dangerous rays of strong sunlight that can harm your eyesight. Sunglasses made specifically for golf can also help you better distinguish fairways and greens, help you follow your ball in flight and crucially, not interfere with your swing. They will also protect your eyes from ultraviolet light and from the rare instance of injury.

Fishing

A number of features need to be considered before purchasing fishing sunglasses: Lens material, tint, UV protection, frame and fit
You will have to choose between glass and plastic. Glass lenses provide the best optical quality, but are more expensive and heavier.

You should always buy a pair that will provide 100% protection from ultraviolet light. Some designs will also protect you from reflected light.

The frame should fit comfortably.
Polarised fishing sunglasses that wrap around will deliver the most comfort and protection. It is also best to look for polarises fishing sunglasses that have a lightweight frame.

Swimming

Swimming goggles and Diving Masks can sharpen your vision and keep you and your eyes safer while you swim, snorkel or explore underwater. If you normally wear eyeglasses or contact lenses, prescription swimming goggles and dive masks will increase your enjoyment underwater and help you avoid possible hazards.