A pair of polarizing retro square sunglasses looks very simple, that is, there are two pieces of colored glass or plastic in a plastic or metal frame. Is there anything simpler than that? In fact, two glass lenses can make a lot of difference, and when you use polarized retro square sunglasses, these differences can have a huge impact on you.
Ultraviolet rays can damage the cornea and retina, and high-quality polarized retro square sunglasses can completely eliminate uv exposure.
When the eye receives too much light, it naturally contracts the iris. Once the iris contracts to its limit, people then need to narrow their eyes. If there is still too much light, such as sunlight reflected from snow, it can damage the retina. High-quality polarizing retro square sunglasses can filter up to 97% of the incoming light to avoid damage.
Certain surfaces, such as water surfaces, reflect large amounts of light, and the resulting bright spots can disturb the view or hide objects. High-quality polarizing retro square sunglasses can completely eliminate such glare using polarizing technology, which we will introduce later.