Protect your eyes from the sun and keep your vision clear with men’s and women’s polarized sunglasses from Tomahawk Shades. Polarized shades have taken both eyewear style and eye health to the next level! Whether you’re relaxing by the ocean or playing 18 holes at the golf course, reflected light and glare can be bothersome and even harmful to your eyes.

Polarized lenses can be a good choice for most everyday situations, and Tomahawk Shades has the perfect pair for you. We offer a wide selection of polarized sunglasses in several frame and lens color combinations to match your unique style and personality. Learn more about why you should invest in a pair of polarized sunglasses below.

Explore Our Polarized Sunglasses

Explore our full range of polarized sunglasses at Tomahawk Shades to sport this season. Choose from aviators, classic squares, navigators, and many more styles below!

Women’s Sunglasses

Our women’s sunglasses collection features both classic and edgy styles, with a wide variety of frame and color options.

Men’s Sunglasses

Shop our complete collection of men’s sunglasses, designed to match your specific needs and lifestyle.

Best Sellers

Our best sellers collection highlights the most popular sunglasses styles, with options for both men and women.

Why Choose Polarized Lenses

If you aren’t sure whether polarized lenses will meet your needs or not, we’re here to help. Polarized lenses filter out extra light, making them effective at reducing lens glare. They’re ideal for people who are sensitive to light or play a lot of water sports during the summer months. Sunglasses with polarized lenses can also minimize eye strain and improve the quality of your vision while wearing them. Due to their special filtering, polarized lenses make objects look crisper and clearer, and details are easier to see.

UV Blocking and Polarization: What’s the Difference?

It’s important to note that polarization does not equal UV protection and vice versa. Each has their own purpose to serve. To be considered UV sunglasses, the lenses are required to block 75 to 90% of visible light and must offer UVA and UVB protection to block 99% of ultraviolet radiation. If you want to maximize eye protection, then it’s a good idea to opt for shades that are labeled as having both UV400 and polarized lenses.

Lens Tint

Most polarized lenses come with tinted shades which can be light or dark, depending on your use for them. Dark lenses are best for routine use and for people who spend a significant amount of time outdoors because they cut through the sun’s glare more easily. Conversely, light colors work well for moderate- and low-level lighting situations.

While you may be tempted to choose your favorite color, each tint has its pros and cons. Green lenses create an even color perception, brighten shadows, and offer good contrast. Blues can reduce glare, but they are trendier and considered more aesthetically pleasing. Yellow lenses offer the best sight in hazy conditions, filtering blue light from electronic devices which leads to fewer headaches.

Customer Service

Our mission is to help customers look and feel as stylish and comfortable as possible with high-quality eyewear. At Tomahawk Shades, we understand that even the best products don’t last forever. Under our Worry Free Warranty & Replacement policy, we’ll replace your go-to pair of shades and BlueLight+ glasses up to 2 times!