Eye protection from UV radiation is important at any time of the year. The sun is stronger in summer, but it is dangerous in winter as well. Its rays can cause inconvenience and reduce the perfection of your eyesight. Use our advice to make the right pick of glasses and you will be happy with them. Follow these steps:en
The most important factor is 100% UV protection, which can handle a wavelength of 400 nm. The sunglasses category (S0 - S4) determines the light transmission. Often associated with a certain color, darker transmits less light. The less % of light it transmits, the sharper the sun it can withstand.
For evening activities and sports in heavily cloudy weather, select the S0 category. Protects eyes from wind and insects, transmits most light.
Slightly colored lenses and orange brightening lenses will make your stay outside more enjoyable when it is partly cloudy.
Choose a darker color or mirror lenses for sunny weather. They transmit less light, so your lens doesn't strain.
S1 - S2
S1: 18-43 % - S2: 43-80 %
variomatic® litemirror S1-S3
colorvision variomatic® litemirror S1-S3
colorvision outdoor S2
colorvision urban S3,
colorvision daily S3
mirror lenses provide additional protection against infrared radiation.
eliminates diffuse light reflected from shiny surfaces and water surface.
photochromatic lenses that adapt to lighting conditions.
special color filter that highlights contrast, colors and ambient details
highlights contrasting colors against green - they make the forest path and terrain visible.
gray filter highlights the colors of city lights, especially red. Drivers and cyclists will appreciate it.
Choose the sunglasses you like. Keep in mind the present experience - not every frame and color suits you. Each skin type and face requires different proportions, curves and color of the glasses.
big, square, rounded, asymmetrical with interesting shape
Round face: full cheekbones, narrow jawbone and forehead
without limitation, almost all are suitable
Elongated face: elongated face, narrow chin
round, oval with narrow frame, without frame
Square face: strong jawbone, sharp edges, broad forehead and chin
upper part wider than lower part
Heart face: wide forehead, narrower jawbone and chin