With summer coming, you may have exciting plans of hitting the beach or spending time outdoors. It is proven that protecting your eyes from the glare of the sign is beneficial for the long lasting health of the eye. For those who wear glasses, though, using sunglasses can be a bit difficult or inconvenient. However, with the use of prescription sunglasses you can protect your eyes while avoiding any lack of vision. Before getting new prescription sunglasses, though, you may be interested to see what the best sunglasses for 2009 are.
Oakley has a great line of sunglasses that are well made, durable and use the latest research for eye protection. Most of their sunglasses are available for prescription lenses. A unisex model, perfect for both men and women who are active includes Bottlecap, available for approximately $350.
The RayBan Prescription Wayfarer sunglasses are ideal for men and women who prefer a sporty look. They are available in two different frame colors and a variety of lens colors. For approximately $250, these prescription sunglasses are affordable and stylish.
Serengeti Vedi prescription sunglasses for slightly over $300 are a fashionable look for the professional man or woman. These sleek and stylish glasses are perfect for every day use and look stylish enough for dressier events.
The Eliminator model of Costa Del Mar’s line of prescription sunglasses are a sporty, casual alternative for those who want to look great while having some fun in the sun. They retail for under $300. The lenses are made to be ideal for using on or near the water to protect the eyes from the sun. They are comfortable to wear and very durable.
Wiley X Air Range is perfect for active people, especially those who enjoy skiing or motorcycle riding. These prescription sunglasses are stylish and sporty and designed to be used while participating in recreational activities. They are extremely comfortable and fit well and are available for just over $200.
The best prescription sunglasses are available to purchase over the Internet. There may be additional shipping charges depending on the delivery time you choose but typically you can get your glasses in less than a week. Many websites also provide free shipping. If you would prefer to purchase your prescription sunglasses in traditional brick and mortar stores, check with your local eye care store to see if they carry some of the top brands. Or, you can look for a specialty sunglass store in your area.