The Anti-Fog Effect

Sunglasses are worn by millions of us everyday when we are walking out our front door. There are many benefits to these dark shades including, help us drive easier, keep our eyes healthy from the strong sun rays and of course being used as a fashion accessory.

The sun, though isn’t the only natural deterrent that can effect our vision in the outside world. With temperature changes, moisture and humidity can also have role in the way we see. If there is a lot of moisture in the air, our sunglasses can fog up, making it also very difficult to see. Sometimes harder then from the sun’s rays.

Welcome to the world of anti-fog agents! Anti-fog agents, also known as anti-fogging agents and treatments, are chemicals that prevent the condensation of water in the form of small droplets on a surface which resemble fog. They were first developed by NASA in 1966 during Project Gemini, and are now often used on transparent glass or plastic surfaces used in optical applications.

When purchasing a pair of sun-readers it is very important to check that an anti-fog agent is used on the lenses you before you make the transaction. All of Optx 20/20 new Ecoclear Sunglasses including the Denali and Matterhorn, not only look great on any face and protect from harmful UV light, but also feature high performance 100% polycarbonate lenses with anti-fog lens coating.

So, no matter what climate you live in you can finally say goodbye to annoying humidity and  hello to crystal clear outdoor vision!

Matterhorn Frames use anti-fog lens coating

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