OpticsPlanet stocks a broad selection of the latest driving sunglasses. When choosing sunglasses for driving, there are a couple of features you want to consider. The most important thing to look for in drivers sunglasses is polarization. Polarized sunglasses only allow parallel light waves to enter through the glass, reducing blidning glare from randomly oriented lightwaves. Reducing glare increases safety and comfort while behind the wheel.
The next feature to consider when looking for driving sunglasses is lens color. If you expect to be driving in very high light, you will probably want a darker lens. Grey sunglass lenses are a good choice, because they offer true color representation. If you are going to be driving in medium to low light conditions, a brown or amber lense pair of sunglasses may be a better fit. Brown lense sunglasses offer a high contrast, giving you better visual acuity.
If you are looking for a high-end pair of sunglasses for driving, the brand of sunglasses with the most technologically advanced features is Serengeti Eyewear. Serengeti sunglasses feature photochromatic lenses that automatically darken when light levels increase. Most other photochromatic lenses will not adjust when behind the windshield, but Serengeti sunglasses will. Serengeti even has an amber colored "drivers sunglasses lenses", designed specifically for driving, that enhance colors and contrast, while lightenting and darkening to provide optimal light transmission in any light conditions.
Here are some of the top drivers sunglasses available at OpticsPlanet: