Mala - On The RocksRegular price€109,00 Sale price
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- Christopher Cloos glasses
- Hard case
- Cleaning cloth
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The model is named after the beach ‘Mala Plage’ on the French Riviera. Known for being one of the most beautiful places on the Riviera, it was the obvious choice to name this frame ‘Mala’. A timeless chef-d’oeuvre with exquisite details reflecting the magnificent stretch of the verdant Cap Mala.
The frame is introduced in a crisp On The Rocks color.
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Sunglasses are an essential accessory for protecting your eyes from the harmful effects of the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation. They work by blocking or reducing the amount of UV rays that enter your eyes. Christopher Cloos sunglasses use CR-39 lenses with UV400 protection that offer 100% UVA/UVB protection.
Sunglasses can help reduce eye strain when you are exposed to bright sunlight for an extended period of time. When you are exposed to bright light, your pupils constrict to reduce the amount of light that enters your eyes. Wearing sunglasses can help reduce eye strain by reducing the amount of light that enters your eyes. Our sunglasses with polarized lenses can be particularly effective, as they reduce glare from reflective surfaces such as water, snow, and sand.
Choosing the right sunglasses is an important to ensure that your eyes are protected from harmful UV radiation, and to enhance visual comfort. Some important factors to consider when selecting sunglasses are UV protection, lens color, polarization, fit, style, and quality.
Ensure that the sunglasses provide 100% UV protection to safeguard your eyes against UV radiation.
Polarization is also important when selecting sunglasses. Polarized lenses can reduce glare from reflective surfaces such as water, snow, and pavement, providing excellent visual clarity, especially during outdoor activities like driving.
The fit is also a crucial factor when choosing sunglasses. Ensure that the sunglasses fit comfortably on your face and are not too tight or too loose.
Overall, choosing the right sunglasses is a balance between style, functionality, and personal preference. Taking the time to consider these factors can help you select a pair of sunglasses that will protect your eyes and provide visual comfort in different light conditions.
Most sunglasses are designed to protect against both UVA and UVB radiation, which are the two types of UV radiation that can cause damage to the eyes. It's important to choose sunglasses that provide 100% UV protection and meet the appropriate standards. Sunglasses are an essential accessory to protect your eyes from harmful UV radiation.
There are two types of UV radiation that can harm your eyes: UVA and UVB. UVA radiation can penetrate deep into the eye and cause long-term damage to the retina, while UVB radiation can cause short-term damage like photokeratitis or snow blindness. To protect your eyes from both types of UV radiation, choose our sunglasses that offer 100% UV protection, which means they block both UVA and UVB rays.
Yes, it is possible to wear contact lenses and sunglasses at the same time. In fact, many people find this to be a comfortable and convenient option. Wearing sunglasses can help protect your eyes from harmful UV radiation, while contact lenses provide clear and unobstructed vision.
When wearing contact lenses and sunglasses together, it's important to make sure that the sunglasses fit properly and comfortably over the lenses without touching or rubbing against them.
Overall, wearing contact lenses and sunglasses together is a great way to protect your eyes while enjoying clear and comfortable vision. Just make sure to choose sunglasses that fit properly and comfortably over your lenses, and consider options like polarized lenses or prescription sunglasses if needed.
Taking care of your sunglasses is essential to maintaining their longevity and effectiveness in protecting your eyes. By following these simple tips, you can help ensure that your sunglasses last longer and continue to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays.
First, always store your sunglasses in a protective case when you're not wearing them. This will prevent scratches, dust buildup, and other forms of damage.
Second, clean your sunglasses regularly with a microfiber cloth or specialized lens cleaning solution. Avoid using rough materials or household cleaners that could damage the lenses.
Third, handle your sunglasses with care to prevent bending or breaking the frame or lenses. Avoid touching the lenses with your fingers and always put them on and take them off with two hands.
Fourth, don't expose your sunglasses to high temperatures or direct sunlight for extended periods of time. This can cause the lenses to warp or the frame to weaken.
Lastly, regularly inspect your sunglasses for any signs of damage or loose screws. If you notice any issues, make sure to repair them within short time.