Polarized sunglasses help filter the light your eyes perceive, so there’s not as much light pollution interfering with your vision.
For both amateur and professional fishermen, there’s no denying the benefits of polarized sunglasses.
These sunglasses allow you to see more details below the water’s surface. In ordinary circumstances, the glare on the water obscures what’s below it.
But polarized sunglasses reduce the glare, allowing you to see vegetation, rocks, and even the fish themselves.
They also reduce eye strain. Spending a whole day in bright sunlight can damage your eyes and make you fatigued.
Bright sunlight can also lead to headaches. With polarized sunglasses, you don’t have to squint or strain to see the water.
Everyone knows that too much sunlight can damage your skin, but it can also damage your eyes.
Polarized sunglasses help block harmful UV radiation from damaging your retinas or causing cataracts. There are even sunglasses available that can block 100 percent of radiation.