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Old 07-12-2011, 03:44 AM
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Default Boating or Fishing? You Need Polarized Sun Glasses

Are you a boating enthusiast? Or maybe you're a fishing expert? Then you know what you have to contribute on every fishing trip. If there's any gear that could be the almost help to individuals who love water-based recreative sports - as well a lifejacket, of course it's polarized sun glasses. The polarized sun glasses are a higher grade of sun glasses that offer not only better protective cover from direct sunlight and other harmful elements, but also make for unparalleled clarity of vision. These babies don't cost more than regular sunglasses for no reason! These particular shades are made not of cheap plastic, only of polycarbonate, an impact-resistant material that is lighter and thinner than ordinary plastic lenses. Plastic lenses may be okay for blocking light, but oculists can tell you that they are not good at all for managing light - that is, diffusing light so that glare is cut down and vision is sharpened. This is especially useful in the outdoors, where the interplay of light as well as shadow can be stark as well as a bit too much for ordinary shades to handle.
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