All about Police Sunglasses

The eyewear giant De Rigo launched the police sunglasses on year 1980.Police sunglasses is the first branded collection of police sunglasses. The brand derived its name by being inspired by the design of the glasses.

When you refer glasses that with mirror lens, it’ll also referred to Police sunglasses as the glasses gained immense popularity among police officials. A police sunglass uses a special mirror coating on the lens so that the lens looks like a mirror.  The coating not only can make a special effect or the lens it can also further blocks the light from reaching the users eye and hence can be used while working in all climatic conditions.

The police style that launched to the market is always been sporty with casual edge which represents the typical Italian look. The frames designed to suit and flatter a wide range of face shapes. Most of the Police sunglasses are design to be unisex and hence they look great on both men and women.

Originally Police sunglasses is only targeting male customer but base on the growing popularity and appreciation among men and women, it has encouraged the company to launch its product for women also. However, Police sunglasses for women are not too women like and therefore it can go well with ladies who enjoy the tom boyish look.

Police gear manufacturers offer Police sunglasses that have been specially modified for police use. Some of the special features used in Police sunglass like lightweight, shatter proof, extra thick polycarbonate lens, low drag frame and provision for interchangeable lens make them very popular. Apart from this, the anti fragmentation sunglass with rugged frames have been made considering fashion trends of its users.

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