New: Polarized Morpheus Sunglasses! |

New: Polarized Morpheus Sunglasses!


This is just a quick update to let you know about an awesome product upgrade we’ve just launched.  Specifically, our Morpheus Sunglasses now come equipped with polarized lenses!  And best of all, the price is the same as it’s always been.  This is a big deal for us here at, as this is the first time polarized Morpheus shades have been available in the industry.  It’s yet another feather in our cap as we continue to maintain our industry-leading position.

If you’re not familiar with polarized lenses, here’s a quick primer.  Basically, polarization helps to filter out light that reflects off of horizontal surfaces like an ocean, snow-covered field or an open road.  This kind of reflective light is particularly damaging due to the direct angle with which it hits the retina.  As such, in the short term it can cause headaches, blurry vision, and the dreaded eye floaters.  Long-term exposure to reflective light can create serious eye problems like cataracts, macular degeneration and glaucoma, to name a few.

Therefore, if you like to fish, ski, or drive long distances, sunglasses with polarized lenses are worth considering. Of course, wearing polarized sunglasses is a good idea no matter what you do, but if you engage in the above activities on a regular basis then polarization is almost mandatory. At a minimum they certainly can’t hurt.

So, if you’ve ever coveted our ultra-premium Morpheus Sunglasses but were disappointed in the lack of polarization, you’re in luck!  Now you can have the best of both worlds – the ultimate in style as well as the best protection for your eyes that money can buy.  And don’t worry – these shades work well and stay on your face comfortably despite not having the traditional arms that most sunglasses have.  Below is a video that demonstrates this. Enjoy!

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