Winter months are when the decides to sit lower in the horizon and say a nice ‘hello’ to your eyeballs.If you happen to have a commute at the right time of the morning or night, you’ll understand what I’m talking about. The sun sits just at the right angle so it’s in your window, sliding in behind your eyewear and it almost impossible to see. Unless you happen to have a pair of wrap sunglasses. If you rely on your visor, you have to adjust it every time the road curves or you make a turn – then it’s searing your retinas again!
POLARIZED sun wear is great for the car. Glare from the light bouncing off snow can be blinding, so driving at 60mph when the sun is low and light is bouncing off snow can be very dangerous.