Women Vintage Cat Eye Shape Clear Acetate Sunglasses UV400 Lens

Shortsighted men eyewear frame

For those who are not satisfied, the best solution is the sunglass with a transparent frame  which stand for lightness and refinement and represent the most popular accessory of the moment.

The unique and elegant accessory to decorate the outfit and protect the eyesight. A small jewel suitable for the vintage lovers.

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    The finest colorful mist acetate with harmonious classic butterfly eye shape, the model is definitely a must-have, where elegance meets simplicity. The sunglass is characterized by a charm and a flavor of other times.

    The brown lens is an unrivaled classic and allow you to wear them both in the sun and in the rain, which makes the gaze magnetic, as the movie stars like it. So nothing will make you give up to your touch of style … not even the gloomy days.

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Do certain medical problems increase my risk for damage from UV rays?

Yes. People with cataracts (and those who have had cataract surgery), macular degeneration or retinal dystrophies should be extra careful.

Are these models handmade?

Each pair of our frames are handmade and hand sanded. We take pride in delivering a carefully designed, handled and manufactured item with a little bit of its' own personality and uniqueness.

Which sunglass lens color is best?

Lens color is a personal choice and doesn't affect how well sunglass lenses protect your eyes from UV light. Gray and brown are popular because they distort color perception the least.

Athletes often prefer other tints for their contrast-enhancing properties. For example, yellow lenses are popular with skiers and target shooters because they work well in low light, reduce haze and increase contrast for a sharper image.

Do children need sunglasses?

Children's sunglasses are essential. Children are at particular risk because they're in the sun much more than adults, and their eyes are more sensitive as well. UV damage is cumulative over a person's lifetime, which means you should begin protecting your child's eyes as soon as possible.

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