Ultraviolet rays from the sun can be damaging to our eyes.

It’s well known that constant exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun can cause skin damage. But many studies show that UV light can also increase the risk of cataract and other eye conditions.

A recent study shows how UV light could promote cataract development, and reiterates the importance of wearing sunglasses to protect your eyes the sun’s harmful rays,

Hoya Polarised lenses are the number one sun solution for outdoor lovers. The lenses effectively block reflected light and eliminate annoying glare. Even on extremely bright days. By richer contrast and colour perception they provide better vision comfort outdoors. Polarised lenses are available in a vast variety of product combinations in any prescription.

Light travels in many directions, but when it reflects off shiny surfaces such as wet roads, cars, windows, snow, or water, it becomes polarised. This increases the light intensity causing unpleasant glare and reducing visibility. Filtering light in such a way as to avoid blinding reflections, polarised lenses are the
right sun solution for any time and any place.

Hoya Polarised lenses filter out blinding reflections, leaving a comfortably clear view with crisp colours and rich contrasts – exactly what you need in snow, by the sea, or when driving.

With a selection of three colours and an array of optional mirrored coatings, Hoya Polarised lenses are not only the No. 1 solution for sun protection, but also a highly fashionable solution for those who want to make a clear fashion statement.

     Features

  • 100 % UV protection
  • Eliminates glare and unpleasant reflections
  • Contrast rich vision
  • Fashionable colour options.

    You will benefit from the Hoya Polarised effect if you:

      • Are active and like to travel
      • Enjoy water & winter sports
      • Are sensitive to light
      • Have difficulties focusing on close objects
      • Drive often
      • Don’t want to settle for anything less than the best sun solution.