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Paige williams

What exactly are wrap around sunglasses?

I often hear that wraparound sunglasses are better than common sunglasses. But what are wraparound sunglasses? What are their advantages?
09/06/2012
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  • Thomas keith

    The difference between wrap around sunglasses and other sunglasses is their special style. Wrap around sunglasses are shades in a wrapped design. Due to their special feature, they can cover larger part of your face to protect your eyes and the skin around eyes from dangers rays, which making them offer better UV protection. In addition, they can filter out strong rays from the sides and the front. Therefore, they are quite suitable for people who often do outdoor activities.
    09/06/2012
  • chatter_box505

    Wrap around sunglasses is kind of sunglasses that curve around the contours of your head, starting at the front and wrapping around the side. Wrap around sunglasses cover every aspect of your vision. While you can still see around the sides like Regular glasses. And we are all aware that the sun's ultra violet rays can be quite damaging to the eyes. If you are in the sun all day, it is best to get glasses that are going to protect you. At this time, wrap around sunglasses is a good choice. It could help you to see better and also provide you with the required protection (such as wind and sun protection, shielding the eyes from all angles). Another positive about these wrap around sunglasses is that they do not fall off as easily as regular glasses. So, they are very suitable who always do outdoor sports. In fact, Many people enjoy wearing wrap around sunglasses because of their trendy style. While wrap around sunglasses were originally designed for protection reasons, many are now designed for fashions. Whether you are a shopper, a golfer or a tourist, you can find that wrap around sunglasses suit any clothing ensemble and this meant to be worn outdoors.
    09/10/2012
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