Sunglasses are especially critical to eye health during the Winter; when you consider that the sun, in the colder parts of the year, is very low on the horizon, the chance that the rays will sneak under your Winter hat increases markedly. Additionally, unlike the Summer -- when the sun is high in the sky -- you just don't think about the need for protection. Ergo -- sunglasses.
Sunglasses don't have to be stodgy in appearance -- these Jam Sunglasses, from Dragon, are made from space-age materials; top of the line super-polymer frames that offer up rugged strength and micro weight, the low molecular weight carbon-based lenses give you crystal-clear vision without any distortion. And, most importantly, the sunglasses are 100% UV and blue light-resistant.
Gargoyles The Marshall Sunglasses are from their Classic collection. The specs give you total UV protection, and the silver-nickel alloy frames encircle shatter-resistant, ballistic lenses. Great for Winter sports that may put you into contact with hard objects -- skiing, beach volleyball, and the like. Flex-spring hinges and semi-soft nose pads increase your wearing comfort, and the soft temple-gripping tips help keep the sunglasses in place during active sports.
Ray Ban sunglasses have been around for a number of years, and they keep their popularity rocking along with glasses like this retro, New Wayfarer version -- from the classic 1952 model, the glasses have durable acetate frames, 6-base, scratch-resistant lenses, integral nose pads (so they don't bend or break off), perfect optical clarity, and are, of course, 100% UV resistant. Good stuff.
Sunglasses -- you can look great, and protect your eyes, and the same time. Can't be better than that.