Ventilated Frames for Cool, Comfortable Wear
Ventilation is key in sunglasses. This is because sunglasses need to be able to make it dark enough for comfortable viewing. The way some glasses do this is they place light absorbing particles either inside the glass embedded in them or on the surface and this blocks the sunlight from entering your eye. In fact, some sunglasses even have a tinting factor of over 95%.
The ventilation in the frames of Costa Del Mar Tuna Alley Sunglasses works by having little holes in the side that go all the way through the back. This allows for airflow and cuts down on fogging. Fogging can be a problem when wearing sunglasses because it can obscure your vision.
Some benefits of ventilated frames are that they prevent fogging, they’re more comfortable to wear, and they don’t get as hot as non-ventilated frames.
Integral Hinges for Durable Frame Construction
Hinges are important in sunglasses for a few reasons. First, they help to keep the sunglasses securely in place on your face. Second, they provide durability to the frame so that it can withstand being dropped or crushed. Lastly, hinges help to keep the lenses from getting scratched when you are not wearing them.
The Tuna Alley’s hinges are integral to the frame construction. This means that they are built into the frame itself and not just added on as an afterthought. The hinges are made out of a tough nylon material that is designed to withstand a lot of wear and tear. They are Co-injected with Hydra light rubber which helps to keep them grippy and prevent them from slipping off your face even when they get wet.
Durable Nylon Frame
Costa Del Mar Tuna Alley sunglasses are made with a nylon frame. Nylon is a synthetic thermoplastic polymer. It is strong, lightweight, and resistant to abrasion and chemicals. Nylon frames are durable and offer a comfortable fit.
The benefits of a nylon frame include durability, comfort, and style. Nylon frames are strong and resistant to breakage. They are lightweight, making them comfortable to wear for long periods of time. In addition, nylon frames come in a variety of colors and styles to suit your taste.
Large Fit for Comfortable Wear
A good fit is important for sunglasses because they need to stay in place while you are moving around. If they are too loose, they can fall off and get lost or break. If they are too tight, they can be uncomfortable and cause headaches. The Tuna Alley’s have a large fit that is comfortable for most people to wear.
The Tuna Alley’s have a large fit that is comfortable for most people to wear. They have a 12mm bridge and 41mm lens height with a 62mm lens width. The temples are 115mm long. They have a wrap around design that helps keep them in place on your face.
Yellow Light Blocking
Yellow light is a type of light that is found on the spectrum of colors. It is on the opposite side of the spectrum from blue light. Yellow light is used to block blue light. Blue light is what causes the body to produce melatonin. Melatonin helps us sleep.
The effects of yellow light are that it blocks blue light. Blue light is what causes the body to produce melatonin. Melatonin helps us sleep.
The Tuna Alley’s sunglasses have a yellow lens that blocks blue light. This helps to keep the body from producing melatonin, which can help you stay awake and focused during the day.
Thinner and Lighter LightWAVE Glass Lenses
LightWAVE Glass is a new type of glass that Costa Del Mar has developed that is thinner and lighter than traditional glass.
LightWAVE Glass is up to 20% thinner and 40% lighter than traditional glass. It has a higher refractive index, which means that it can bend light more effectively. This results in clearer, sharper images.
The main benefits of LightWAVE Glass are that it is thinner and lighter than traditional glass, so it is more comfortable to wear for extended periods of time. It provides clearer, sharper images.
Sweat-Resistant Design for Comfortable Wear
When you are out in the sun, your body temperature rises and you perspire to cool down. Unfortunately, this can cause your sunglasses to slip off your nose or become uncomfortable. To combat this, Costa Del Mar has designed the Tuna Alley sunglasses with a sweat-resistant material called Hydra light. This material helps to grip your face better and prevents the glasses from slipping, even when you are sweating.
Sunglasses are an essential piece of gear for anyone spending time outdoors, but they need to be comfortable as well as functional. If your sunglasses are constantly slipping off your face or giving you a headache, you are not going to want to wear them. The Tuna Alley’s have been designed with comfort in mind so that you can wear them all day without issue.
The Tuna Alley’s are available in two sizes, large and extra large. They have been designed to fit a wide range of face shapes including oval, round, square, heart and oblong.
100% UVA and UVB Protection
The sun emits harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Exposure to UV radiation can cause a number of health problems, including skin cancer, cataracts, and other eye damage.
UVA rays make up about 95% of the UV radiation reaching the Earth’s surface. They are relatively long and can penetrate into the deepest layers of the skin. UVB rays make up about 5% of the UV radiation reaching the Earth’s surface. They are shorter than UVA rays and do not penetrate as deeply into the skin. However, they are more intense and are responsible for most of the skin reddening (sunburn) that occurs after exposure to sunlight. UVC rays are even shorter than UVB rays but they are completely absorbed by ozone in the upper atmosphere and do not reach the Earth’s surface.
Sunglasses that offer 100% protection from both UVA and UVB rays are important because they help protect your eyes from short-term and long-term damage. Short-term effects of too much sun exposure can include pain, redness, watering eyes, and temporary vision changes such as increased sensitivity to light or blurred vision. Long-term effects might not be noticeable for years but can eventually lead to cataracts (clouding of the eye’s lens), age-related macular degeneration (damage to a small spot near