Kiteus Maximus wrote:Now that you mention it is does occur when my head is at certain angles. I see it mostly to the left and right of my center vision in both lenses. The glasses weren't cheap either so it kinda sucks I paid what I did because I was paying for what I thought were quality glasses. Made specifically for water sports. They are the Julbo Dolphin. I do not like the hologram effect I am mentioning. It feels like something is blocking my vision.
Julbo Dolphin look like very good floating wrap polarized sunglasses
Some people are more sensitive than others to the variation of head position with such lenses
Without having in my hands your exact sunglasses i cannot tell you if anything else is wrong
Do you get the same sensation with other brand polarized lenses?
To protect eyes.... lenses do not have to be polarized if made of polycarbonate or trivex (NXT)
The lenses material blocks naturally 100% harmful rays of the sun
Try non polarized and see if it is better for you
I have found also that the time a day you are out makes a difference
With the sun high overhead instead of lower in the sky polarized lenses can be annoying to some
Remember when sun is at lower angle the light reflected from water (flat surface) becomes....
.....polarized and intensified to a point of veiling glare
Polarized lenses act in such a way as to cancel the amplified polarized light from the sun
Polarization in sun lenses acts like a thousand horizontal mini blinds
One example in when sun is low while driving we drop down the horizontal edge of sun visor
When we are outside and low sun glare veils our vision we put one hand horizontal above eyes
When kiting/kitesurfing polarized feels somewhat unnatural because our heads get tilted so much
For maximum contrast and depth perception try brown tinted instead of grey
With brown you also get less backside reflections from the lenses...easier to see through