Cofra Lightning Polar Safety Glasses
Model: Lighting Polar Cofra
Part No: E001-B111 Cofra
Description of the Cofra Lightning Polar Safety Glasses
Glasses endowed with 8-point bending lenses having an excellent adhesion and adaptability to any conformation of the face. They distinguish themselves not only for the sporty style, but even for the comfortable lightness and the flexible design. Polycarbonate frame able to offer greater mechanical resistance, equipped with ventilation channels that help to prevent fogging and internal heat. End pieces and adjustable nose pad made of soft material and with an excellent comfort.
Standards EN166 - EN170
Soft ear pieces,
Size One Size
Sports Range Safety Glasses
The models which compose this line are characterized by a sporty, enveloping and extremely eye catching design. The lightness of the frames and the comfort offered by the the end pieces and the soft nose pad, make them comfortable to wear for any type of activity, in when your not working.
Cofra Frame Features
Soft ear pieces, situated at the end of the temples and made up of soft rubber, they reduce the pressure of the temples an the head of the operator, ensuring a better adherence and a greater comfort especially in the case of prolonged use.
Soft nose pad, the soft rubber used for the nose pad improves the comfort of the glasses again adding to the prolonged use.
The optical radiation commonly called “light” is made up of waves that oscillate in all directions of the three-dimensional space, that is to say vertically, horizontally and along all the angles between these dimensions. When this light meets a reflective surface (water, ice, snow, sand, street surface) it undergoes a process called polarization, that is, it begins to move in a two-dimensional range (vertical and horizontal).
The vertical light brings a lot of useful information to the human eye, enabling colour vision and the perception of contrasts. The horizontal light (polarized light), on the contrary, creates optical noise, disturbing vision and generating the so-called reverberation or glare.
Polarized lenses aim at erasing just those annoying reflections that cause glare. They are, in fact, lenses with a “vertical structure” they absorb the horizontal light rays, responsible for glare, letting only the vertical rays pass, which are “useful” and rich of information.
Vision in bright light condition is greatly improved: natural colours, clear and clean vision even in the distance and less eye fatigue. Therefore, the use of polarized lenses allows to filter radiations selectively, without damaging any detail of the image. In the presence of bright light, in fact, they act as a “Venetian blind” which blocks unwanted rays, while in the absence of glare they behave exactly like traditional lenses.