Prescription sunglasses originated in Europe hundreds of years ago, and the frame manufacturers in England, Italy, France, and Germany have dominated the frame manufacturing industry until the very last twenty years. Now, the majority of eyeglasses production (lenses and frames) facilities have all moved to China. Few companies in the US have ever produced and sold prescription sunglasses made in the United States. “Extreme Glare” Sunglasses by Zurich International has been producing prescription sunglasses made in the United States since 1986. There have been only a few optical manufacturing companies in the US over the last hundred years or so that dared to make or offer prescription sunglasses made in the United States.
As many young children in America do, we take our vision for granted and expose them to the harmful rays of the sun without proper protection. The population of Americans with vision problems continues to grow as eyes are more exposed to harmful and dangerous UV rays from the sun. Many are in need of the better eyewear protection offered by Zurich’s prescription sunglasses made in the United States. It is fact that Madison Avenue marketing steers the majority of the vision-impaired people to make a fashion statement with the color, shape, and frames of their glasses. Instead, eye glass wearers should seriously consider the consequences of choosing “fashion” over “function” when protecting one of the most important organs of the body. The “Function” of protection is realistically much better, and wiser when considering prescription sunglasses made in the United States.
Prescription sunglasses made in the United States made by “Extreme Glare” create effective, quality sunglasses that can be made in varied densities that will accommodate the darkness level needed by the individual customer. The vast majority of sunglasses produced, and made in China will only provide basic eye protection from visible light with the use of polarization. Protection is minimal at best, but polarization can actually hinder vision especially when looking at LED, or LCD screens on digital instruments outdoors. Using expensive polarized, prescription lenses that interfere with vision in different ways can be very frustrating to say the least. Fortunately, there are dedicated American companies that produce well made, quality prescription sunglasses made in the United States.
“Extreme Glare” prescription sunglasses made in the United States can be produced in the most stylish, modern frames chosen by a customer that has removable lenses. “XG” quality protection can be inserted into metal or plastic frames, big or little and can be just as stylish as any other pair of foreign produced sunglasses made anywhere in the world.
“Extreme Glare’s” Z-XG technology injects special filters and glare reducers into the best optical grade polycarbonate material available using ultraviolet inhibitors to block over 98% of dangerous UVA and over 95% of UVB and C. People looking for prescription sunglasses made in the United States will immediately experience an array of benefits such as:
- A major reduction of all reflections and glare that inhibit your visibility during the day.
- Enhanced clarity of vision that increases the contrast for objects on the ground as well as reducing reflective glare from standing water, or snow in the street.
- Ultimate relief and a sense of a calming, soothing effect from “sore, irritated, and tired eyes resulting in reduced strain on the eyes, with less tension in the facial muscles.
Zurich is a strong American company that strives to provide quality prescription sunglasses made in the United States. Their Z-XG technology is not only available for prescription sunglasses, but also include non-prescription, pre- made (in stock), and custom made lenses. Zurich’s sunglasses’ are available in a variety of frame styles, allowing people to pick any style of their choosing while experiencing the great outdoors. Visit “Extreme Glare” at their online store of z-xg.com, and get the best prescription sunglasses made in the United States today!