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Sunglasses - should always be ultra-violet (UV) protective
Polarized lenses -
are the top pick for eliminating glare. Hunters, boaters, and fishermen, golfers and drivers are a few who  benefit from polarizes lens' glare-cutting properties.  Any surface can create glare in sunlight, including water, sand, snow, windows, vehicles, and buildings.  Polarization eases eye stress and fatigue in the sun, and comes in several color and density options.
Tinted lenses - The majority of lenses can be tinted from light to very dark. Tints for sun lenses are usually medium to dark shades, and can be solid through the whole lense, or gradient, darker on top fading to lighter or clear on the bottom of the lens.  Tints also come in a rainbow of colors.
Mirrored lenses Not only look cool, they are cool. Mirrored coatings provide a reflective surface that makes the eye virtually invisible to viewers, while keeping the wearer's eyes protected from glare and heat.  Mirrors come in a variety of colors to enhance tints and visual performance.
Single Vision - This all purpose lens is available in all materials and can be use for either distant or near vision correction.
Multifocals - Will be suggest when distance and near vision needed together in a single lense.
No-Line Progressives Correct for far (driving a vehicle), intermediate (viewing the dash board), and near (reading a map) vision all in one lense.  Because there is no visible line, progressives have the appearance of single vision lenses and are, therefore, the most cosmetically desirable multi focal.  Progressives are available in all lens materials.
Bifocals - Provide both far (driving) and near (reading a map) correction in one lense.
Trifocals - Are basically progressive lenses with visible lines.  The majority of the lens is for distance viewing, while the center portion is divided into intermediate and near viewing segments.

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