100% UVA, B, and C Protection
Ultraviolet light, or UV, is a type of light radiation that comes from the sun. It is most commonly known to cause skin cancer. However, it can have a big effect on the eyes. There are three different types of UV rays: UVA, UVB, and UVC.
UVC rays are the most dangerous to humans. Luckily, they are almost entirely absorbed by the atmosphere and don’t reach the Earth’s surface.
UVA rays make up about 95% of the UV radiation that reaches the Earth’s surface. They are shorter than UVB rays but longer than blue light waves. UVA rays can penetrate clouds and glass, so they can reach your skin and eyes even on an overcast day or when you’re indoors.
UVB rays make up about 5% of the UV radiation that reaches the Earth’s surface. They are shorter than UVA rays but longer than blue light waves. UVB rays can’t penetrate glass as easily as UVA rays can, but they can still damage your skin and eyes if you’re not wearing protective clothing or sunglasses.
Not wearing sunglasses with 100% UVA and UVB protection can cause a number of short-term and long-term problems for your eyesight including wrinkles around your eyelids, an eye sunburn called photokeratitis, cataracts (a condition where your lenses become cloudy), macular degeneration (a condition that affects your central vision), and more.
The Costa Del Mar Harpoon sunglasses offer 100% protection from harmful UVA, UVB, and UVC Rays thanks to their polarized lenses
Nonslip Fit with Hydrolite Nose Pads and Temple Tips
A good fit is important for sunglasses because they need to stay in place while you are active. If they are constantly slipping, it can be a nuisance and distracting. Sunglasses that slip are more likely to get lost or fall and break.
Hydrolite nose pads and temple tips help keep the sunglasses in place by providing grip. They are made of a soft, rubbery material that helps to grip the skin without being uncomfortable.
The Harpoon sunglasses have a nonslip fit with hydrolite nose pads and temple tips. They are designed for men and women with a medium to large head size. The lenses are 63mm wide and the frame is 131mm wide. The lenses are 37mm tall and the frame is 20mm tall.
Durable and Flexible Co-Injected Nylon Frames
Co-Injected Nylon is a type of nylon that is made by combining two different types of nylon together. This results in a more durable and flexible frame material.
The benefits of Co-Injected Nylon frames are that they are more durable and flexible than traditional nylon frames. This makes them less likely to break or become damaged.
Clear and Crisp 580G LightWAVE Glass Lenses
Costa Del Mar’s 580G LightWAVE Glass is some of the clearest and most pure glass on the market. This is due to its high index and the fact that it has six layers of protection. The six layers are: 1. The C Wall Molecular Bond 2. Glass Layer 3. Encapsulated Mirror 4. Polarized Film 5. Glass Layer 6. and the C Wall Molecular Bond
There are many benefits to having Costa Del Mar’s 580G LightWAVE Glass lenses in your sunglasses. First, they block out 100% of the harmful HEV Blue Light. The HEV Blue Light is bad because it has been proven to alter circadian rythms, affecting melatonin levels and therefore affecting your sleep. Second, they are polarized and they block 100% of the UV light. This means that you will have better color contrast and that the reds, blues, and greens will be boosted thanks to the yellow light being blocked at 580 nanometers
Protection from Scratch and Damage
When it comes to sunglasses, one of the most important features is protection from scratches and damage. This is because scratched or damaged lenses can cause blurred vision, as well as make your sunglasses look old and worn. In addition, damaged lenses can be more susceptible to breaking. Therefore, it is important to have a pair of sunglasses that will protect your lenses from scratches and damage.
The Costa Del Mar Harpoon sunglasses are designed with scratch-resistant and damage-resistant lenses. This means that your lenses will be protected from scratches, as well as any other type of damage. In addition, the Costa Del Mar Harpoon sunglasses come with a lifetime warranty, so you can be sure that your investment is protected.
Polarized Glasses to Eliminate Glare
Glare is caused by light reflecting off of surfaces such as water, snow, or pavement. This reflection can cause the eyes to squint and can even lead to temporary blindness.
The short-term effects of glare include eyestrain, headaches, and reduced visibility. The long-term effects of glare can include permanent damage to the eyesight.
Wearing polarized sunglasses can help reduce the amount of glare that enters the eyes, which can lead to improved vision and reduced eyestrain. Additionally, polarized sunglasses can help block out harmful UV rays from the sun, which can protect the eyes from damage over time.
The Costa Del Mar Harpoon sunglasses are designed with polarized lenses that help reduce glare by blocking out reflected light. Additionally, these sunglasses feature a wrap around design that helps protect your eyes from harmful UV rays coming in from all angles.
Sweat Management for Comfortable Wear
If you are an active person, or if you live in a warm climate, chances are you have experienced the annoyance of sweat dripping down your face and into your eyes. This can not only be uncomfortable, but it can cause your sunglasses to slip down your nose. Sweaty sunglasses are more likely to fog up, which can obstruct your vision.
A good pair of sunglasses should be comfortable to wear for extended periods of time, without causing headaches or discomfort. They should stay in place during activities such as running or hiking. The Costa Del Mar Harpoon sunglasses are designed with comfort in mind, with a lightweight frame and nose pads that grip without being too tight.
The Costa Del Mar Harpoon sunglasses are designed to fit comfortably on a variety of face shapes. They have a wrap-around design that helps them stay in place, even during activities such as running or hiking. The lenses are large enough to provide good coverage, but not so large that they look bulky on smaller faces.