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Shop Owners - Stock Up On Anti-Glare Sunglasses For Winter Weather Conditions

Author : Stephen Daniels

Many people may be tempted to store away their anti-glare sunglasses in the winter time, assuming that bleak, overcast skies will block out glare and ultraviolet rays. However, eye protection is essential all year; the brightness from snowy mountain slopes or damp roadways can actually be just as harmful as the water glare coming off of a lake or river!

As ski season gets underway, retailers should be looking through websites and catalogs to find the best selection of wholesale polarized sunglasses and other wholesale sport sunglasses for consumers. Promoting these products is easy, especially for ski and snow shops. It is a little-known fact that reflections off the snow can nearly double the UV rating for any given day - which can cause permanent damage to the eyes.

Damage to the retinas from glare and UV rays is a concern at all times of the year. Even in the gloomy, rain-soaked days of winter, eyes continuously exposed to UV radiation are more vulnerable to serious medical conditions, such as cataracts or skin cancer of the eyelids and surrounding facial tissue. Keep your customers well-informed and prepared by promoting different tints for various activities and weather conditions.

Sunglass tints offer more than just aesthetic options; the various tints actually filter light in a different way, making some colors better for certain activities and lighting than others. It's important for customers to know which tints will work best under different conditions. For example, a gray tint is excellent for driving because it reduces glare while still providing a true representation of color.

For indoor recreation such as racquetball or basketball, or for outdoor sports under lower light, experts recommend yellow- and orange-tinted glasses since these colors can increase contrast when there is minimal light available. This color also works well under foggy or hazy skies.

Green-tinted sunglasses offer precision sharpness and high contrast, and can ease eyestrain under bright light, making this popular for sports such as tennis, baseball and golf.

For an even sharper visual image, amber and brown tints block blue light while also protecting against glare, allowing brighter vision even under cloudy weather conditions. Amber also works well for winter fishing and hunting. For long-term wear, such as extended holiday driving or even sitting in front of a computer screen at work, many customers prefer red or rose-tinted glasses due to the soothing qualities this color brings to the wearer.

Consumers really do have an excuse to own multiple pairs of good quality sunglasses, each pair with different tints and other features to protect their eyes and vision under any circumstance. For shop owners, providing a spectrum of tints and styles allows clients to choose from a full range of eyewear that suits all aspects of their busy lifestyle.

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Stephen Daniels is an acclaimed internet marketing strategist. He highly recommends Pacific Link, a distributor and manufacturer of the most up-to-date, top-quality sunglasses in the market. They have an array of wholesale anti-glare sunglasses and other quality products available to retailers all over the U.S.

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