From UV blocking and blue light filtering to vertical polarization layers, there’s a lot more to riding shades than most people realize. Although it is perfectly okay to shop for riding shades, judging them only by the color, knowing what riding shades can do for you can give you a much higher value for your buck. Here are 4 things you should look for in riding shades.
Polarized sunglasses have a polarizer sheet that is able to block light reflected from horizontal surfaces better than ordinary light. This means that when you look around wearing polarized sunglasses, they block some light from all sources, but they block more light from glares than they do from other sources.
As a result, glares from surfaces such as roofs of cars or the surface of the sea look dimmer relative to the surrounding, allowing you to see better outdoors than would your own eyes.
Bonfire Riding Glasses have a vertical polarization filter that dims glare, improving visibility and lowering the risk of accidents outdoors.
In spite of the widespread awareness of the fact that “UV rays cause cancer,” few are familiar with the extent to which direct sunlight damages the body.
Ultra-violate rays are high-energy light waves in the electromagnetic spectrum that penetrate cells and cause damage to the DNA. This can lead to cancer but what it most definitely does is aging.
DNA damage due to exposure to sunlight is the most common cause of premature aging. UV light can age your eyes, and you’re under eyes which can lead to age-related blindness and, more commonly, saggy and wrinkled under-eyes.
Wearing a pair of riding shades with UV protection can protect your eyes from the harmful effects of direct sunlight. Bonfire riding glasses have a rating of UV 400, which means that it blocks UVA as well as UVB rays.
A nice pair of sunglasses can immediately improve your overall outfit, but a bad one can just as easily roll your look into the dirt. Most riding shades are either really dull or have an extremely overused design which no one looks good in. In fact, this was one of the primary motivations I had for starting this company.
Bonfire riding shades have a completely original edgy design with a touch of western fashion. Bonfires also come in different tints and frame patterns, which allows you more variety.
Sarah Jay is a senior logo design developer. With a decade worth of experience in the field of designing, she loves to inspire others with her work. She also has a wide variety of additional skills which include, but are not limited to, creating a custom logo design for various companies.