Why bifocal sunglasses? If you’re anything like me, you love the outdoors but you grow more and more tired of swapping your glasses between outdoor activities, whether lounging by the pool with your favorite novel or tossing a Frisbee with a buddy. Squinting in the bright sun is never fun, but it becomes even more difficult when you have different prescriptions for different distances. That’s where bifocal sunglasses come in handy.
Remember that with bifocal sunglasses, you’ll likely wear them in public quite a bit more than you wore your bifocal reading glasses. And some people may be more active and thus need a more snug fit than they’d use for standard bifocals. Continue reading
As much as you may not like it, by the time you are in your mid forties or just beyond you may need a decent pair of bifocal reading glasses to help you read small print. But what happens when you want or need to read outdoors in the bright sunlight. Whether you are reading in the back yard or using your cell phone while outdoors you may need both sunglasses and bifocals. That’s where bifocal sunglasses come into play, or if you want to retain a younger more stylish look you may opt for no line bifocal sunglasses.
No line bifocal sunglasses also known as progressive lens sunglasses provide the dual functionality of sunglasses and bifocals in the same lens. The added benefit with no line bifocal sunglasses is that they just look like regular sunglasses with no visible bifocal line in the lens. No one needs to know you’re wearing bifocals. Continue reading