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Retro Sunglasses | CSS-302-01 | Keepioneer

(19 customer reviews)


Model:  CSS-302-01
Frame Material:  PC Frame
Lenses Material:  TAC Lenses
Optical Attribute:   HD Polarized
Avaiable Colors:  6 Colors
Gender:  Unisex
Temple Length:  147 mm
Frame Width:  143 mm
Frame Height:  45 mm
Bridge:  18 mm
Lenses:  56 mm
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What does retro sunglasses mean?

Retro sunglasses, or anti-glare, sunglass lenses reduce light glare and eyestrain. Because of this, mens polarized sunglasses improve vision and safety in the sun. When working or playing outdoors, you can become frustrated and even temporarily blinded by reflected light and glare.

What is the primary purpose of retro sunglasses?

The purpose of polarised lenses is to cut glare from reflective surfaces, meaning they should be worn in situations or environments where a high level of glare is present which often includes bodies of water or snow.

Which is better UV or retro sunglasses?

Retro sunglasses are ideal for wearing all year round but especially in the winter. They reflect harmful rays from surfaces like buildings, water, and snow where they can be most damaging. If you’re skiing, snowboarding, or riding your motorcycle, you should not wear polarized lenses

Who should wear retro sunglasses?

Even when glare is not a safety issue, it can impact your ability to see clearly. Athletes and outdoor hobbyists often use polarized sunglasses so they can see with a higher degree of precision. Polarized sunglasses may also give you a more accurate portrayal of colours than non-polarized sunglasses.

Do I really need retro sunglasses?

Polarized sunglasses are worth it if they meet your lifestyle needs. They’re excellent if you spend time outdoors, live in a snowy climate, or drive a lot. If you’re looking for a pair of polarized sunglasses, remember to ensure they have 99 to 100% UV protection to prevent damage to your eyes.

Can I wear retro sunglasses at night?

Although retro sunglasses help lessen glare from approaching vehicles, they don’t assist in nighttime driving and may even be dangerous because they block light in an environment where there is already little light, which can impair your vision.

Is retro sunglasses good for driving?

Yes. mens polarized sunglasses are good for driving because they can lead to a safer commute. Daytime driving with polarized sunglasses works in any season. You can also wear them at night, as they help with the glare from oncoming traffic or brightly lit street lights.

Is 100% UV protection as good as polarized?

Sunglasses will offer 100% UV Protection. For the sake of argument, 99% or even 98% are considered acceptable. Polarized glasses offer the same protection but also offer protection against rays that “ bounce” off things such as water, snow and other horizontal surfaces.

When should you not wear retro sunglasses?

Polarized vs. Non-Polarized Sunglasses
For example, pilots or those who operate heavy machinery shouldn’t wear polarized sunglasses. If you’re driving at night or in low-light situations. If you want to be aware of glare. For example, snowboarders and skiers want to be able to avoid icy areas.

What color polarized lens is best?

Gray is generally better for bright, hazy, sunny conditions. Amber is often better for cloudy, overcast days and rain. As mentioned above, some people feel yellow helps them with contrast when driving at night, too.

Are retro sunglasses expensive?

The frames, materials, and brand you choose will influence the cost of your sunglasses, whether they are polarized or not. Polarized glasses tend to start at $25 and can cost up to $450 or more if you choose a designer label. A regular pair of sunglasses can cost about the same.

Can I wear retro sunglasses everyday?

Mens polarized sunglasses are designed to reduce glare and improve visual comfort, particularly in bright conditions, such as during outdoor activities or while driving. They are generally safe to wear for extended periods of time and do not have any negative effects on the eyes when used properly.

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CSS-302-01A, CSS-302-01B, CSS-302-01C, CSS-302-01D, CSS-302-01E, CSS-302-01F

19 reviews for Retro Sunglasses | CSS-302-01 | Keepioneer

  1. Jon

    These glasses are awesome for the price they are! Functional, light weight, and look great!

  2. Linda U

    You get what you pay for and these are cheap.

  3. Taylor Wall

    Super cute on. I thought they were gonna be a little round but they’re more square. And a really nice quality. I ordered these for my man for vacation he loves them too.

  4. KDepue

    These glasses are nice and dark, but are so cheap, the quality is less than what I could have gotten at the dollar store.

  5. beeser

    I’ve been looking for a quality set of polarized sunglasses with UV protection that could also been worn at night, so, not too dark. With nice metal hinges, this pair checked all the boxes. Then, I put them on, and was pleasantly surprised. The world actually appears sharper and clearer when viewed through these glasses. I chose the black frame with red lenses, and though the lenses are orange/red, the effect at the eye is a somewhat bluer world. And they can be used at night. Includes a semi-hard case, a pull-string storage bag and cleaning cloth. All very nice, and at a great price. Recommended.

  6. MamaV

    These sunglasses are amazing!!!!! They are better than any name brand glasses that we’ve bought in the past and we don’t have the stress that comes with losing them. I bought them for my husband and he loved them. As a matter of fact, I’ve already had to buy multiple cause he tends to leave them everywhere and anywhere he goes.

  7. JdMartinez

    They look cool. Just a little small if you got a big head like me. Wish the mm was a little larger.

  8. Fabian Aguero

    tiene buena retencion de rayos

  9. seth

    Fits perfectly, quality isn’t that bad and for the price you can’t beat it

  10. Tezzy

    Solid look & feel with good polarization!
    Would recommend!

  11. Errol F. adams

    The Sun & To Protect my Eyes.

  12. jorge m.

    Quedan muy bien, buena visión, nada que envidiarle a marcas con precios leoninos

  13. Hayden K.

    For the price there real nice

  14. Me&Her

    These are a little tight on my face but they’re cool enough to wear.

  15. Mathew Zimmerman

    These sunglasses are so good they are the only ones I buy. The polarized lens are crystal clear! If you were to ever get a smudge on the lens don’t worry because it comes with a cloth to wipe them with. The case is very sturdy, I don’t have to worry about it getting damaged when I have it in my bag. The design of the sunglasses are near perfect. They fit my face and head very well. I don’t ever feel like they are pinching my head when wearing them for long periods of time. Very sturdy and durable.

  16. Oscar

    They arent bad for the price but you will see yourself reflected in the lenses when wearing the glasses

  17. Kevin

    if you want a cheap pair of shades you don’t really have to worry about this is the way to go. Great clarity and pretty comfortable.
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  18. Gabe

    Worked amazing. Needed them for a week long houseboat and wakeboard trip. They held up great the whole time.

  19. CLB

    These glasses fit well and filter light as needed while leaving the color balance neutral. They aren’t so expensive I have to go to extremes in storage, but their cloth bags are useful and should keep the lenses as long as I remember to store them that way. Having purchased them on a two-for deal means they are conveniently available when I hike, walk, work in the yard, etc. Overall, happy with this purchase.

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