What are polarized lenses and why are they important?
The rays of light scatter it diffusely in the environment, vibrating in all directions. Polarization is the channeling of light rays, in order to block their incidence in a certain direction, which avoids the sensation of glare.
Polarized lenses work as a filter that blocks excess light, eliminating reflections of light on horizontal surfaces and also improving color and contrast perception.
When wearing sunglasses, our pupils are dilated to better adapt to a situation of low light, exposing our vision to UV rays even more. Polarized lenses are extra protection, essential to protect your vision from glare and intense light.
The creation of polarized lenses emerged as a response to the phenomenon of polarization of light. This phenomenon happens when natural light is reflected on flat surfaces, such as snow or water, often leading to glare.
Woodcraft Woodcraft polarized lenses also protect vision 100% against UVA and UVB rays. For this reason, they bring essential comfort to your day-to-day, driving and outdoor sports.
What does UV protection mean?