Polaroid is probably most famous for producing instant film cameras beginning in the late 1940s. Prior to the development of digital photography, Polaroid cameras were the best way to quickly snap and share photos. However, Polaroid is also the first company to patent another important technology that is still widely used today: polarization. Developed and patented in 1936 by Polaroid Corporation founder Edwin Land, the polarized filter quickly became a game changer in the eyewear industry. More than 75 years later, Polaroid sunglasses combine ... Learn more about Polaroid glare-blocking polarized lenses with sleek, modern frames to block glare and minimize eye fatigue. Try on a pair of Polaroid polarized sunglasses and experience the difference for yourself. ... Less
Reviewed by KNL from Colorado on Thursday, February 19, 2015
I ordered these because of the yellow/reddish tinted lens shown. However, the lens are actually grey. I will keep them though as they are nice looking and well made. Plus, with the SP coupon, the price was great!
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