Each pair includes a Combination Microfiber Cleaning Cloth/Pouch.
SOS™ Polarized Sunglasses feature PolarMax™ Polarized Lenses that block reflected surface glare and provide Full Spectrum UV Protection.
Ergonomically designed, Wrap-Around, Head Hugging styling shields the eyes from both direct brightness and peripheral sunlight that creeps past traditional Sunglasses. Lightweight CSF: Composite Shock Frames™ provide extreme durability and flexibility. Easy Touch™ cushioned temple tips and nose bridges offer long wearing comfort.
All Survival Optics Sunglasses™ are backed by a Lifetime Replacement Guarantee to insure your satisfaction.
||SOS X-Wraps: Polarized Specifications
|| SOS Polarized X-Wraps
|SOS Polarized Sunglasses 100% UVA/UVB Protection - Featuring MLF Multi-Layer Filtration™ lenses that provide distortion free, ophthalmic quality and extreme eye comfort. There are no laminates to separate and nothing to degrade the polarization as with laminated films. Laminated polarized lenses can delaminate due to faulty bonding, aging and exposure to heat. SOS: MLF Polarizers™ are distributed evenly throughout the lens and not laminated to the lens as found on inferior polarized sunglass lenses. SOS Multi-Layer Filtration blocks vertically-reflected light by horizontally aligning the crystalline structure of the lens. This makes them ideally suited for use around water, snow, and for driving. Avoid cheap polarized sunglasses, because hazy lenses may result in eye strain. Survival Optics Polarized Sunglasses™ are backed by a Lifetime Repalcement Guarantee.
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. Thus, the popularity of polarized sunglasses
has increased dramatically, as has availability.
The activities that utilize the benefits of
Polarized Sunglasses the most include, 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 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. Light reflected from surfaces like a flat road or smooth water is generally horizontally polarized. This horizontally polarized light is blocked by the vertically oriented polarizers in the lenses. The result is a reduction in annoying and sometimes dangerous glare.