Summer is so great-hearted season! But the sun will tear up your eyes in the long run. The long days and many years spent riding waves may make people's eyes red, ravaged, and aged from a condition called pterygiums. So you should protect your eyes more carefully. Sunglasses are the most efficient way the protect your eyes. So, what kind of sunglasses should you take? You don’t have to pour a lot of money into your eyewear. It’s easier to simply go by some basics, so here are a few tips:

First, you should always look for the OSHA label with 99 or 100 percent UV protection. Second, look for sunglasses that are close-fitting and wrap-around to help prevent UV rays from getting in the sides and top of the frames. And the price is not important! The bottom line: look at UV protection. The higher price just means you are getting a hipper style or more expensive metal frames. Cheaper plastic frames actually last longer. Don’t go by color or darkness of the lens. The outer coating filters out the UV rays, not the color. The color does provide some comfort, but without a UV coating, the darker colors actually fool your eye into opening up more and let in more harmful rays.

Here I have to make mention of Oakley sunglasses. Oakley is so a great sunglasses brand. It is considered as the most famous sunglasses brand in the world. A comfortable pair of quality Oakley sunglasses can be used all day with very little inconvenience. Also, get yourself a strap, so that you can simply hang your glasses around your neck when your not using them and then toss them back on quickly.

Currently, They are the Oakley Sunglasses Polarized, and the Oakley Sunglasses Sport. I really love the style and comfort of these shades. They are polarized and provide 100% UV A/B/C protection. These and similar styles are in low price. You’ll find lots of styles of Oakley sunglasses fit your budget and taste.