[Saved Edition!!] How to choose polarized sunglasses

Polarized sunglasses used to be thought of as expensive, but now you can get high-quality polarized sunglasses at affordable prices.
DANG SHADES JP also offers polarized sunglasses with a polarization rate of up to 99% at low prices, starting from 5,500 yen, and polarized sunglasses have become so familiar to us that they now account for the majority of our sales.
So, this time we have compiled basic knowledge to help you use polarized sunglasses more comfortably in your daily life, as well as how to choose polarized sunglasses, so please take a look!

What are polarized sunglasses?

Polarized sunglasses are a very useful item that cuts out unnecessary reflected light from dazzling and difficult-to-see scenery, ensuring a comfortable and clear view.
It has become an essential item for outdoor activities such as fishing and golf, and for driving. It is useful in a variety of situations and applications because it can cut out all kinds of reflected light that is present in our daily lives, not only from the glare of the surface of water or grass, but also from road surfaces, buildings, and car glass.

Select by visible light transmittance

Visible light transmittance is a numerical representation of the amount of light that is taken in; the smaller the number, the greater the percentage of light that is blocked.

Generally, polarized sunglasses with a visible light transmittance of 30% or less should be used during the day on sunny days, and with a visible light transmittance of 40% or more when the amount of light is reduced, such as on cloudy or bad weather days, early in the morning, or in the evening.

See the list of products with a visible light transmittance of approximately 15%

See the list of products with a visible light transmittance of 40% or more

Choose by lens color

The effect of the edges and the way you see things will vary depending on the lens color. By choosing the color that best suits your usage situation, you can use the glasses more comfortably.

Lens color comparison

(Click on the image to go to the product list page for each lens color.)