Looking for a great pair of glasses for shooting in the bright sun?
This question depends on a few simple things and can be answered pretty easily if you know what to consider. Do you use electronics during your shooting? Are you out in the field with a GPS to find roving animals? Are you indoors? Are you shooting in all sorts of weather conditions?
Polarized lenses are good for shooting if you’re using the glasses for shooting in bright sunlight or hazy conditions. They’re also great for shooting outdoors in an area that has a lot of reflective surfaces, such as near water, snow, or sand.
Polarized lenses are not good for shooters who are going to be using electronic equipment, as they affect how well you’re able to view screens. They also are not good for low-light, indoor, or nighttime conditions. Polarized lenses are really best for full sunlight situations, though they’re just fine in shady situations during bright days as well.
If you’re a shooter shopping for polarized glasses, you’ll be very glad to have them when the haze is up or it’s hard to see because of reflections. Polarization is made to cut down on reflected light that can lower your visual acuity.
Polarization isn’t for everyone. If your glasses need to function in all types of conditions, polarization is probably not for you. If you have more questions about polarized shooting glasses or what’s right for you, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below or give us a call. Thanks for reading, and stay safe!
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