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Sunglasses for kids

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Getting your children to wear sunglasses is as important as getting them to wear sun cream, after all you only have one pair of eyes.
As a parent it is up to you to look after your child’s health, they are children after all. Their eyes are susceptible to UV damage; just as much as ours are; which can lead to everything from painful yet easily healed surface burns to irreversible cataracts. It is also important to note that children tend to spend much more time outdoors than adults, which means they demand even more protection from the sun’s threats.

Bolle Junior Bolle PrinceMany designers offer a kids range including Ray Ban; Police and Bolle to name a few, there is even a designer who specialises in sunglasses for babies, Baby Banz.

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Ski goggle clearance

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Oakley AmbushSunglasses UK are having a goggle clearance sale and are offering an extra 10% off. To get the extra 10% off enter the voucher code FEB11, this offer is valid until 20 February 2011.

Sunglasses UK have an exciting range of Oakley ski goggles for you this season. They have a large collection of lens types/fits and frame colours to suit all ages and genders. Oakley ski goggles are always at least 20% off RRP, but if you find a model cheaper somewhere else, don’t hesitate to ask for a price match. As well as great value for money, they offer FREE DELIVERY on all ski goggles, so it’s never been a better time to buy.

Oakley Snow Goggles are worn by snow sports’ elite including Shaun White and Danny Kass because these guys mean business on slopes, and they know that Oakley goggles offer unrivalled impact protection. Along with this, Oakley’s range of lens technologies mean that their goggles are capable of withstanding anything the weather can throw at you without compromising on clarity of vision.

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What are Polarised Sunglasses

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Polarised sunglasses reduce glare and increase contrast sensitivity. Sportsmen and women began wearing them decades ago, but today they are worn by anyone wanting quality sun protection for their eyes.

Light becomes polarised when it hits a surface. This is where the photons in the light all vibrate in one direction instead of random directions. When this happens it causes the ‘glare’ reflected from the surface, a car window for example; this glare distorts the colour of objects therefore making them harder to see.

Polarised sunglasses work in a similar way to a venetian blind, the blind blocks light from certain angles while still allowing light from other angles to filter through. The lenses filter out some of the reflected glare and allow other light waved to pass through to your eyes. A polarising lens works when it is positioned at a 90 degree angle to the source of the glare. Polarised sunglasses are designed to filter horizontal light and are mounted vertically in the frame; they are aligned carefully so that they properly filter the light waves.

The polarised lenses need to have some colour as it is not possible to polarize light without colour. The darker the colour the higher the level of polarization. You need to choose the colour of your lenses depending on the reason you are wearing them, each colour affects vision in different ways.

  • Gray – transmits all colours evenly. It is good for everyday use. Especially good for use around the sea where the water tends to be blue in colour.
  • Brown – improves contrast and depth perception so is good for driving. Light brown is good for use on overcast days and is popular with the fashion conscious as brown is flattering to the face.
  • Red – mainly used for sports in bright and sunny places.
  • Orange and Yellow – filter out blue light and increase contract sensitivity, perfect for driving on a cloudy day.
  • Green – keeps a good balance among the colours of light and is popular with tennis players and golfers.
  • Blue – allows a large amount of blue light to filter through so is good for partly cloudy weather.
  • Copper – provides maximum contrast, so it is best for any activity where good vision is important.

Many designers have a polarised range of sunglasses; please see below for a selection of the main designers.

Polaroid, Bolle, Oakley, Ray Ban, Maui Jim, Arnette

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Save an extra 5% on discounted sunglasses

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Discounted sunglasses have an extra 5% off at shadetastic.co.uk. Look for extra savings on sunglasses where you see the sale sticker.Save Extra 5%

This offer is available for a limited time so don’t delay and buy your discounted designer sunglasses.

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