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What does UV mean?
The invisible part of the light spectrum whose rays have wavelengths shorter than the violet end of the visible spectrum and longer than X rays. UVA and UVB light are harmful to your eyes and skin.

What does Polarized mean?
For years, polarized sunglasses have been used by boaters and fisherman to reduce glare from the water that they spend so much time on. In the past few years, however, the benefits of polarized sunglasses have been realized by a variety of other outdoor sports enthusiasts as well as by drivers and general use wearers as well. Thus, the popularity of polarized sunglasses has increased dramatically, as has availability.
The activities that utilize the benefits of polarized sunglasses the most include, other than water sports, skiing, golfing, biking, and jogging. For these activities they offer a clearer view and eliminate glare.
They are also recommended for driving in daylight and at night and in fact can reduce the glare that comes off a long, flat surface such as the hood of the car or a highway. Polarized sunglasses can also be used indoors by light-sensitive patients or by those exposed to bright light through windows.

What does Polycarbonate mean?
If your child needs glasses, keeping his or her vision safe should be your first priority. Choosing polycarbonate lenses for your child's glasses is the best way to ensure safe vision.
The polycarbonate material was developed by the aerospace industry for use in helmet visors worn by Apollo astronauts. Polycarbonate can also be found in bulletproof windows, airplane windows and riot police shields. The material is 10 times more impact resistant than other plastics, and exceeds the FDA's resistance requirements by over 40 times. Chances are your child won't be able to break such strong lenses.
  • Great For Sport.
  • Lighter Weight.
  • Resists Scratches.