Regular Size • 52mm Lens • Polarized
Regular Size • 50mm Lens • Polarized
Regular Size • 50mm Lens • Polarized Lenses
Slim Size/Fit • 47mm Lens • Polarized Lenses
Regular Size/Fit • 50mm Lens • Polarized Lenses
Large Fit/Style • 53mm Lens • Polarized Lenses
Large Fit/Style • 54mm Lens • Polarized Lense
Sports Regular Fit • 55mm Lens • Polarized Sunglasses
Frequently Asked Questions
What does it mean to have polarized sunglasses?
The lenses of polarized sunglasses have been carefully engineered to protect your eyes from the harsh light of the sun as well as to lessen glare from surfaces such as glass, water, and snow. This helps you see more clearly and avoid hazards. Humps Optics’ durable polarized sunglasses put priority on your eyes’ safety, and do it stylishly, which makes every pair perfect for the modern explorer.
Are polarized sunglasses better?
Polarized sunglasses protect your eyes better than non-polarized ones. They shield essential parts of your eyes from the damaging rays of the sun, reduce reflections and glare, lessen eye strain, correctly convey color, and improve visual clarity and visual comfort. Humps Optics’ indestructible sunglasses are built to have comfortable fit and at the same time enhance your style, to keep you looking sharp and ready to take on life head-on.
Are there different levels of polarized sunglasses?
There are three levels of polarized sunglasses. Lightly polarized lenses are advisable for people who work in areas where the sun's rays go through large windows. Medium polarized lenses improve visual sensitivity in haze or fog and would be great for activities such as skiing. Heavily polarized ones are for heavy outdoor use such as cycling as they improve visual perception and at the same time lessen glare.
Are polarized sunglasses bad for your eyes?
Polarized lenses are great in protecting your eyes from the sun and are not harmful. However, there are situations wherein wearing them is not advisable. For example, they may diminish your visibility on ATM's, phones and other items that use LCD screens, and pilots can't wear polarized lenses as these reduce or even eliminate the visibility of certain instruments that use anti-glare filters as glasses. Other than that, a pair of polarized sunglasses is an indispensable companion in your adventures, whether you are up skiing on snowy peaks, out in the urban jungle, or simply unwinding by the beach.