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Red Sunglasses

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Red sunglasses are one of the latest trending accessories, suggesting that these items make a powerful fashion statement in today’s market. In the past, sunglasses were meant to provide protection from the ultra violet rays in the environment and fashion played a secondary role in their selection. They were worn mainly in the summer and rarely seen at other times of the year. Today, people wear them year-round and use them as a complementary piece to their wardrobe.  

Retailers don’t have to worry about having sunglasses gathering dust on the display racks during the winter and fall. They are a popular item all year and buyers usually want more than one pair to brighten their wardrobe.  In other words, sunglasses have become a staple instead of an accessory.

Style and uniqueness are important characteristics for which the consumer wishes when it comes to purchasing sunglasses. Therefore, retailers should purchase items that have a one-of-a-kind appeal and that are also manufactured by one of the popular brands.

In the field of red sunglasses, brands like Ray-Ban. Prada, Gucci, Versace, Gatorz, OutLaw Eyewear, Ibeams Eyewear, and others offer quality products in a price range from $30-$400. Relatively inexpensive, high-quality red sunglasses can be obtained from various bidding sites available online.

In today’s world, women want to have different colored sunglasses for every occasion. Red, being the color of love, has overwhelmingly emerged in the marketplace.

No matter which color sunglasses you wear, you should always keep in mind the basic function of them which is actually to prevent damage to the eyes from sunlight and ultra-violet rays. They can also function as a visual aid, as in the case of prescription glasses, featuring lenses that are colored, polarized or darkened. 



You should know a few things while shopping for red sunglasses:


  • Red lenses are good for snow sports but only on overcast days.
  • If you're a hunter, red lenses are good for clay targets against open backgrounds.
  • Consider the lens material: Scratched up sunglasses are useless sunglasses. Lenses made from NXT polyurethane are impact-resistant, flexible, lightweight, and have great optical clarity; but they're expensive.
  • Choose a style: Deciding the style means choosing from aviator, Wayfarers/Spicolis, Teashades, Oversized and Wraparound selections.
  • Make sure they fit well and make your eyes feel comfortable.
  • They must contain ultra-violet protection for the eyes.


Drawbacks of using red sunglasses frames:

  • While reading maps, markings in red on a white background may be invisible. Red light also creates or worsens near-point blur in older far-sighted, presbyopia (decreased near focusing ability due to age) individuals.
  • Using red goggles in normal light places the focus behind the retina due to the optics of the eye and more "nearsighted" corrections than average must be used to provide a clear image.

Red sunglasses are a classy and cool fashion statement, but their drawbacks must be considered.  They should be casually worn in the daytime only and avoided at night time especially when driving. Red sunglasses are extremely good for snow sports as I have mentioned earlier.

Where can you purchase red sunglasses? Firmoo.com offers red sunglasses in different styles and designs for different consumer needs. Red frame polarized sunglasses can be used for reading, sports, and spectator events. EBay is also an option one can consider while looking for a red sunglasses at a discount price. One can find them over the internet by searching the various bidding sites to find high quality red sunglasses at a very minimal cost.



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