You’re out driving long past the sun going down. Although it seems that your eyes can see fine, certain bright lights — from billboards along the highway, motorists in the opposite lane or even illuminated signage — start to bother your eyes. You start to wonder if you’re losing your night vision.
Driving sunglasses present a solution. Featuring a yellow tint to disperse blue light created from artificial sources, sunglasses specifically designed for driving at night offer an economical, non-prescription source to lessen the glare surrounding you and create a safer experience out on the road.
What are Night Driving Sunglasses?
Night driving sunglasses are a nonprescription option growing in popularity in recent years. Standing apart from traditional sunglasses — which aren’t designed for driving at night — these feature a pair of yellow-tinted lenses, sometimes in an amber-brown shade. An antireflective coating may also be added to the exterior.
The color and combination assist with reducing the glare created by artificial light sources — from streetlights to headlights — and create a stronger sense of contrast. At the same time, these factors filter out blue light, known for a shorter wavelength and ability to result in a stronger, more pronounced glare effect compared to other sources.
Originally, these types of sunglasses took off among hunters and other sportsmen for the contrasts and sharper field of vision they are able to create.
Why Wear Yellow Night Vision Glasses?
Not everyone has this experience when they’re driving at night, but for those that do, it’s distracting, if not a safety hazard. You may be living with a condition called nyctalopia, also known as night blindness, which affects your vision in low-light conditions.
Or, for some, this condition may occur in conjunction with nearsightedness or another vision issue. Your prescription glasses help you see better but, at the same time, they don’t reduce the continual glare you experience during nighttime driving.
Yellow-tinted sunglasses for driving at night:
- Are specifically suited to traveling in these conditions. By contrast, UV and polarized sunglasses help lessen the sun’s brightness and glare during the day but don’t have the same effect on blue light at night. As well, they may create a safety hazard themselves, preventing you from seeing clearly at a distance.
- Make you less of a safety hazard on the road, as you’re fully able to see your surroundings, free of glare.
Reduce the strain artificial light and glare place on your eyes. As you’re driving, these factors don’t let up, from your car’s dashboard to streetlights and headlights surrounding you.
- Aren’t just for driving at night. If you’ll be driving through overcast or low-light conditions during the day, they further improve your field of vision in these circumstances.
VITENZI Night Vision Sunglasses
Built for driving and viewing in low-light conditions, the standout feature of our night vision sunglasses are yellow-tinted lenses. These filter out blue rays to lessen the blinding glare from artificial light sources like headlights, streetlights, signage and even your car’s dashboard.
We’re known for pairing form with function, and our night vision glasses reflect this. Get these attributes with a wayfarer, wraparound, aviator, round, cat eye, oversized, half or rimless style, as well as with bifocal, fit over or progressive lenses.
Once you’ve found something appealing to you, we not only offer affordable prices but pair them with a lifetime warranty, 100-percent money-back guarantee and free returns. New customers can take advantage of our 20-percent discount, and we further extend 30-percent off to all essential workers.