Photochromic sunglasses – what does photochromic mean?
Photochromic sunglasses have lenses with a variable tint. Photochromic lenses change tint depending on light conditions or weather. In bright or sunny conditions the lens will be darker blocking the bright light from obscuring or interfering with your vision. In dull or overcast conditions the lens will be lighter, allowing more light through so you can see better. You may have heard of some other brand names for photochromic lenses such as Transitions or Reactolite but the generic term for this type of lens is photochromic.
Benefit of photochromic lenses
The benefit of photochromic lenses is that they adapt to changing light conditions, darkening in bright sunlight and lightening in overcast conditions. This makes them versatile and gives you optimal vision if the weather or light conditions change throughout the day. Photochromic sunglasses are popular for driving, running, and cycling or just everyday use when
Photochromic and polarized sunglasses
Sunglasses can be both photochromic and polarized. So you can have the benefit of a photochromic lens with a variable tint and the glare blocking properties of polarized lenses. Read more about the benefits of polarized lenses.
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