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CAMPING TRIP

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    FAQ

  • How Do I Choose the Right Sunglasses for the Outdoors?

    Eye protection is key when choosing the right sunglasses. It’s important to always look for sunglasses that offer protection from UVA, UVB and UVC light.

  • Should I Wear Sunglasses While Hiking?

    Sunglasses are recommended when hiking, especially sunglasses with light lenses, which make it easier to see in shaded areas. It is wise to opt for a pair that fit comfortably and that don’t irritate your nose.

  • Should I Wear Polarized Sunglasses When Hiking?

    Although polarized sunglasses are not required when hiking, they are a great idea. They offer better protection against dangerous UV rays and help reduce glare.

  • Can I Wear Sunglasses at Night?

    Wearing sunglasses at night is not recommended because it makes it more difficult to see. If you’re looking for glasses that reduce glare when driving, Payne Glasses has a great selection of prescription eyeglasses that are designed for driving.

  • How Can I Protect My Glasses While Camping?

    Always bring a protective case for your glasses when you’re camping. It’s always a good idea to bring a backup pair and a soft microfiber cleaning cloth, too.

    FAQ

  • How Do I Choose the Right Sunglasses for the Outdoors?

    Eye protection is key when choosing the right sunglasses. It’s important to always look for sunglasses that offer protection from UVA, UVB and UVC light.

  • Should I Wear Sunglasses While Hiking?

    Sunglasses are recommended when hiking, especially sunglasses with light lenses, which make it easier to see in shaded areas. It is wise to opt for a pair that fit comfortably and that don’t irritate your nose.

  • Should I Wear Polarized Sunglasses When Hiking?

    Although polarized sunglasses are not required when hiking, they are a great idea. They offer better protection against dangerous UV rays and help reduce glare.

  • Can I Wear Sunglasses at Night?

    Wearing sunglasses at night is not recommended because it makes it more difficult to see. If you’re looking for glasses that reduce glare when driving, Payne Glasses has a great selection of prescription eyeglasses that are designed for driving.

  • How Can I Protect My Glasses While Camping?

    Always bring a protective case for your glasses when you’re camping. It’s always a good idea to bring a backup pair and a soft microfiber cleaning cloth, too.

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