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Our dry eye blog — stop eyes watering in cold weather

Spotlight on the 7eye Chubasco

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The Chubasco is the smallest model of protective glasses in the 7eye AirShield range. If you are a petite adult, a teenager, or an adult with a narrow head shape, this is normally the best model to choose.

Chubasco tortoiseshell

This stylish, compact model of insulated glasses/sunglasses has a close-fitting wraparound frame with a well concealed AirShield eye cup fitted behind the rims. It is light and comfortable to wear, feels secure when you are wearing it so it won't easily fall off and, despite the protective AirShield layer around the rims, it gives more than adequate...

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I can't see for tears! How can I stop my eyes watering outdoors?

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"I can't see when I'm outdoors on a cold day. I have to stop every few minutes to wipe the tears away. It's so frustrating and dangerous - can your eyewear stop my eyes from watering?"

wiping the streaming eyes from my face

Fortunately, it's the easiest to solve

At this time of year, watery eyes is one of the most common problems that people contact us about.

Fortunately, for most people this can be easy to solve. 

Simply wear 7eye AirShield wind blocking glasses next time you go outdoors on a cold windy day. 

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How I overcame my battle to stop my eyes watering outdoors - Stephen's story

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My name is Stephen and I am a regular cyclist, jogger and fell walker. I have dry eye syndrome from MGD, meaning that my eyes water and get uncomfortable in any wind. It can be very windy here in North Yorkshire!

I needed something fully windproof for cycling

I used to walk and cycle wearing ordinary sunglasses. Then, as my dry eye syndrome worsened, I looked for something fully windproof for cycling and bought some...

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Don't let watering eyes stop you enjoying walks when it's cold and windy!

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Many people suffer with their eyes watering excessively when the wind blows. It is triggered in the Autumn when the wind starts cooling down.

Rather confusingly, this is a common symptom of dry eye syndrome.

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If you experience this condition and it is affecting your enjoyment of being outdoors, whether for walking, cycling, sailing, golf or tennis, our glasses and sunglasses with protective gaskets can, in most cases, stop or significantly lessen the problem of excessive tearing.

Wearing my Ziena glasses has enabled me to...

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Want to get out for a winter walk but frustrated by watery eyes?

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It feels really bleak out there today. The wind chill created by the strong easterly winds is making the temperature feel like -10°.

But it's still good to get out for a winter walk. We put on our woolly hats, scarves, coat and gloves and we're all set. But not quite! 

My eyes water so much I am looking through a mist of tears

Many of us find that our eyes start watering as soon as we get out in the cold and the wind. It takes away much of the enjoyment of being outdoors if we can't see because our vision...

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