Are you an athlete, a biker or are you into other outdoor activities that can pose a threat to your safety and requires some sort of eye protection or vision enhancements?
If yes, here is Yellow lens Night Vision Driving Glasses to prepare for you.
Anti-glare driving glasses help reduce light that causes eye strain, means that these night driving glasses can block sharp glare from headlights, street lights, and traffic for ultra-clear vision, improved driving focus.
Yellow lens Night Vision Driving Glasses- A necessary eyewear for your travels at night!
→Wide-field yellow glasses - Classic design provides the wide-field yellow lenses, which will keep eyesight more broad than the narrow lenses. The yellow lenses provide greater clarity in fog, haze, dark and other low-light conditions, which will improve your performance and reduce eyes fatigue.
→Professional Day & Night Polarized Lens offer protection against sunlight UVA/UVB rays and is specially designed for NIGHT DRIVING. Worth your attention with its dual purpose.
→Adjustable Legs & soft thermoplastic rubber tipped temples allow it to suit different kinds of faces and offer perfect comfort without slippage and temporal oppression.
How does night vision work?
1. Provides eye protection at night while maintaining sufficient light transmission, to allow full visibility, by utilizing a TAC transparent lens with a special yellow coating
2. Blue light Polarization - Filters harmful blue ray emission from oncoming headlights with 4K-6K LED
3. Yellow Sight Transformation - Balances glares and strong lights by transforming colors to yellow, the most balanced color for the human eye
4. Reducing Glare - Although you should not expect to notice any difference in glare (due to the natural adjusting mechanisms of the human eye), we have recorded up to 25% glare reduction, through lab tests utilizing light meter devices. Some of our customers report an obvious difference in glare volume and night vision improvement, yet the user experience is individual and dependent upon many factors, such as genetics and individual eye anatomy.
To avoid damage, never clean your sunglasses with paper towels or clothing, and also avoid using household detergents or soaps. While a few mild soaps don't harm lenses, today's extra strength soaps are powerful enough to slowly disintegrate lens coatings.