It doesn’t have to be grey

It doesn’t have to be grey

When we do Shows it’s surprising how many people have only ever worn a sunglass with grey lenses. The other obvious choice is a brown lens. Both are usually Category 3 suitable for use in strong sun.

A grey lens dulls light but brown adds contrast. It gives a warm appearance and because it adds contrast everything in the field of vision will be in sharper focus. Of course, as a specialist sports eyewear retailer we also sell eyewear with many other lens colours – in our ‘How To Choose’ section here we describe what these different lens colours are for.

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And more brand new Evolutions!

And more brand new Evolutions!

Just in from our partner factory - another two brand new Evolution models and we think they're great (we're only slightly biased!). They are Evolution Mistral and Evolution Chase. Both are loaded with features you would expect in eyewear costing...
The burning sun

The burning sun

The peak daily ultraviolet radiation level changes over the year, the strongest being at the time of the Summer Solstice (21st June) which is rapidly approaching. Short-term exposure to UV can lead to photophobia - visual discomfort and sensitivity to bright light or photokeratitis, a...
Just arrived – two superb new Evolutions

Just arrived – two superb new Evolutions

Just arrived - two brand new, superb looking Evolutions! Evolution Rockport has a black frame and polarised grey lenses; together with its full wrap fit it will completely keep out glare. It's also very light for all-day comfort. At just £19.95 including soft carry...