Monthly Archives: February 2011
If anyone knows how hard it is to shop for those in season sunglasses or eyeglasses it would be me. It is imperative that I have the right pair for any application I am using them for. This the season for first off – a lot of rain, but also to start getting ready to get in the mood for that morning jog or run. Then to finally, after all this snow, go on a boat and enjoy some drinks out in the beating sun. It cannot get any better! Selecting the best pair of sunglasses for that sun is crucial and will ultimately help you enjoy yourself without having to wear out your eyes so much. Most if not allÂ of the frames we carry here at OpticsPlanetÂ are suitable for those active sports. Bolle has some great selections when it comes to those who love to run, bike, hike, and just about anything else.
My favorite pair of the Bolle line is the Bolle Snakes Fang Sunglasses and the Bolle Snakes Anaconda Sunglasses. They do have a similarÂ style, but the Anaconda has a bigger lens for that added wrap around protection. These are also lightweight …
This winter is getting to me. I have heard about Seasonal Affective Disorders, Bright Light Therapy and Winter Blues. Well I think I got it, maybe all of them. The reason for my blog is not to tell you about my problems itâ€™s to talk about my solution.
I was trying on sunglasses the other day and found a new one I just had to have. This model’s size and fit were perfect for me. I decided to order them for myself. They were the Wiley-X Zak Sunglasses. I own a few different models of sunglasses with various lenses all with separate technologies. I am a strong supporter of polarization. I appreciate the comfort one gets when wearing them. I actually wanted the Black frame with the Polarized Blue Mirror Green Lenses; thinking that this would be perfect. However I messed up and the option I received was the Black frame with the Bronze Flash mirrored lenses. I cannot believe I did that. But when I put them onâ€¦.WOW. I really like them. The Bronze lens is like looking through rose colored lens. Everything is sharp and contrasted. Most hues in the warmer spectrum of the color wheel are …