Fall is Upon Us, Do You Have Your Night Driving Lens Reading Sunglasses?

Fall brings many pleasant things in its wake — cozy sweaters, snug boots, and pumpkin-spiced lattes! But, it can also be a touch problematic for those who rely on eyeglasses for better vision.

Why is that?

Well, the sun sets and rises later than average in the fall, after the equinox — the first day of the pumpkin season. And as you’re not used to this shift in glare it brings, the exposure to sudden light may overstimulate the receptors on your cornea. It can not only disable your vision temporarily but may also lead to long-term damage.

That is where reader sunglasses with night driving lenses can help.

Night Driving Reader Sunglasses: How They Can Help

When your sunglasses fail to provide complete visual clarity, you’re bound to feel insecure and anxious about driving at night. But, you don’t have to push through with the crippling stress every time you face the steering wheel — especially when you have no-fail solutions like night-driving reading sunglasses available at your disposal.

Now, most people would think night-driving sunglasses can come to their aid, but that is not always the case. They might actually hinder your ability to see at night while driving, which defeats their purpose. This is why reading sunglasses are a better option instead.

The best reading sunglasses are ones that provide a clear field of vision, protection from the sun, and also eliminate glare to minimize eye strain.

Most sunglasses claim to offer these benefits. However, if they are not fitted with bifocal or progressive lenses, it would be best to avoid wearing them while driving — especially at night, when your eyes have to adapt to low-light conditions.

Why Opt For Bifocal/Progressive Lenses?

Bifocal lenses cut through the glare to provide you with a sharper image and a better contrast. This can help you see objects at all distances. Progressive lenses, on the other hand, provide a seamless transition from near to far field of vision, making both indoor and outdoor activities easier for the wearer.

These lenses are an excellent choice for individuals with multiple prescriptions, but they’re especially helpful for those experiencing a natural degradation of their vision and unable to naturally change the visual focus due to age.

So, if you’re in your 40s and experiencing trouble seeing clearly at night, choose bifocal or progressive lenses for your best reading sunglasses.

Bifocal and progressive lenses are also suitable for those with night blindness (nyctalopia), nearsightedness (myopia), reduced peripheral vision (glaucoma), and cataracts.

See Better at Night with Our Polarized Bifocal Reading Sunglasses

Our polarized bifocal reading sunglasses are designed to block reflected light while providing you with 100% UV protection. They reduce glare and improve visibility — all while allowing you to read comfortably.

That’s not all!

The glasses will also help improve your night driving experience without compromising your style. Browse through our extensive range of polarized bifocal reader sunglasses to find the best reading sunglasses that will complement your face shape, fit, and style while making driving easier at night in the fall.

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