Saving Your Eyes in Snow Season

Did you know that spending a day in the snow can be harder on your eyes than a day at the beach? Snow reflects nearly 80% of the sun’s rays. That means more harmful ultra rays are directed into your eyes. Too much brightness can burn the surface of the eye causing cataracts and lid cancer. UV exposure can cause macular degeneration and blindness in people over 65. To protect your eyes, wear sunglasses that block out harmful UV light.

If you purchase a new pair of prescription eyewear, you are eligible to buy a pair of polarized sunglasses for half off, up to 30 days from original date of order (Excluding Oakley).