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Photochromic Sunglasses

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Photochromic Sunglasses

Shop the latest in lens technology with Photochromic Sunglasses for men and women online at Just Sunnies Australia. Photochromic lenses filter out UV rays while adjusting to the light conditions at the time resulting in superior eye protection at all hours of the day. Browse performance photochromic eyewear from top brands like Serengeti and Spotters and enjoy Fast Delivery, Free Express Shipping* and Afterpay.

What are photochromic lenses?Arrow

Photochromic lenses adjust to the surrounding light conditions; these lenses will darken in bright light situations and lighten in softer light or when you are indoors. Photochromic lenses, also known as transition lenses, automatically activate when exposed to UV light.

Are photochromic lenses good for cycling?Arrow

Photochromic sunglasses are great for cyclists as they can adapt to all different light conditions, limiting the need to switch between sunglasses in both bright and compromised light conditions. Whether you're riding through shady environments or out on the open road, photochromic lenses will adjust accordingly so you can focus on what's ahead.

Do photochromic lenses block UV?Arrow

Yes, photochromic lenses will adjust to outdoor light and block UVA and UVB rays.

Are photochromic lenses as good as regular lenses?Arrow

Photochromic lenses offer a high level of protection against the sun, just as regular lenses with a category 3 or 2 do. Transitional lenses are favoured for their convenience as they save you from carrying around more than one pair of sunglasses for different light conditions which is why they are great for cities and environments with both shade and sun.

Are photochromic lenses polarised?Arrow

While you can find photochromic and polarised sunglasses, not all photochromic lenses are polarised and won't block glare like regular polarised lenses do.