THE TRAV­ELLER’S GUIDE TO SUNGLASSES

SO YOU’VE BOOKED YOUR NEXT AD­VEN­TURE AND YOU’RE READY TO EX­PLORE. NOW GRAB YOUR­SELF A PAIR OF SUNGLASSES AND HIT THE ROAD!

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One of the most im­por­tant travel ac­ces­sories you should pack – re­gard­less of your des­ti­na­tion – is a good pair of shades. But what ex­actly does a “good” pair mean?

First of all, you’ll need sunglasses that block harm­ful UVA and UVB rays. Head­ing to the coast or for some fun in the snow? Po­lar­ized sunglasses are the way to go to shield the sun’s glare and help you to see clearly. Opt for sunglasses that are com­fort­able and also ap­pro­pri­ate for where you’re go­ing. Make sure the frame is com­fort­ably snug but not too tight – you don’t want to be run­ning af­ter your sunglasses in case of sud­den high winds.

When you’re trav­el­ling, qual­ity trumps quan­tity. Of course you’ll pay more for qual­ity, but it’s worth it to not have your sun­glass lens fall out mid-trav­els. In­vest­ing in a clas­sic style, like the “avi­a­tor” or the “way­farer”, is al­ways a good idea. Opt­ing for a state­ment pair with mir­rored lenses and a bold coloured frame, on the other hand, is a great way to add some fun to your travel out­fits.

Also, don’t for­get to pack your eye­wear ac­ces­sories. A hard case to pro­tect your shades and a qual­ity lens cloth can make all the dif­fer­ence to see­ing your travel des­ti­na­tion in all its glory.

Visit ex­e­cus­pecs.co.za for all your eye­wear needs.

Shop Po­lice sunglasses from R1,690 at Ex­e­cus­pecs.

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