Literally, in 3rd grade we went skiing and I wasn’t wearing sunglasses, which led to both the sun and the snow reflecting the sun to scorch my corneas and I went blind for 3 days. Horrible pain and suffering. Now I just wear my raske briller and life is good A friend was sitting in the sun reading for a few hours,In November We Wear Blue Gnome Diabetes Awareness T-Shirt and he had trouble seeing for the next few days. It was summer so there weren’t even snow there, neither was he on a boat. So it was simply the reflection from the white book pages that did it.
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See, I spent my youth on the coast and never had sunglasses,In November We Wear Blue Gnome Diabetes Awareness T-Shirt I am 39 now and I have LOTS of floaties and my eyes are incredibly sensitive to anything bright.I wish I had had sunglasses.I agree that they look silly, I have never seen this pair in particular. They normally look decent, also comfortable and cover a lot more like you mentioned..In Norway when skiing in winter at least you really want those , sun reflecting of the snow is a bit of a issue..
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They are better for hiking, cycling, skiing, etc. than Ray Bans and fashion sunglasses. In winter the sun reflects from the snow so you need glasses with coverage at the sides.Partially correct- yes, you need good and big sunglasses, but they don’t need to be as crazy as some of these are. In November We Wear Blue Gnome Diabetes Awareness T-Shirt The concept of “raske briller” has become as much a fashion statement / joke, as it is a necessity. See for instance Nicolay Ramm’s “Raske Briller” song, which plays on exactly this.