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Our dry eye blog — wind protection glasses

Keep your face warmer this winter with 7eye AirShield

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The first real cold snap this winter has taken us rather by surprise. It's time to dust off the winter clothing before venturing outdoors.

Our eye area is particularly exposed to the winter elements

One of the parts of our body that is particularly sensitive to the cold is the eye area. Our eyes and the sensitive skin around them are not protected by standard winter clothing. This is the one area that is left totally exposed to the elements.

Physical effects of getting chilled around the eyes

The physical effects of getting cold in the eye area can include excessive watering of your...

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How wearing my Ziena Kai glasses transformed a wet and windy weekend in Devon

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I have just returned from a walking holiday in South Devon. We were based near Ayrmer Cove. The coastal scenery around there is really spectacular, but unfortunately the weekend coincided with the wettest and gustiest of October weather so I feared that the holiday would be something of a write-off.

I shot this video because I was so delighted with the experience of wearing my Ziena Kai glasses. If you are outdoors for several hours in adverse conditions, your eyes can feel battered by the wind, and the sensitive area of skin around your eyes can feel uncomfortable because the rain...

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Get outdoors and enjoy the spring weather!

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While the stream of advice about Coronavirus is bewildering, there is a consistent theme that for healthy adults it is recommended to get outdoors and take your daily exercise,

So, get out in the garden if you can, and once a day go for a walk, bike ride, or jog.

John wearing 7eye Ventus protective glasses for cycling

Protect your eyes

It's important to have the right protective clothing so that you can enjoy being outdoors, even when it's cold and windy.

Your eyes are among the most sensitive parts of the body to wind, sunshine, dust, and pollen. But while...

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Enjoy 3 in 1 protection when you wear 7eye AirShield glasses

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7eye AirShield glasses and sunglasses give your eyes so much more protection than standard wraparound eyewear.

No other type of eyewear offers 3 in 1 protection against:

  • wind
  • pollen and dust
  • peripheral glare

What's more, wearing 7eye AirShield glasses means that your tear moisture will not evaporate so fast, and this helps to relieve symptoms of dry eye syndrome.

Protection against wind

The soft, comfortable AirShield eye cup encircles your eye sockets, insulating your eyes from the wind.

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Wearing 7eye AirShield glasses will, in most cases, stop your eyes from producing...

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Wind? What wind? With the right gear on you won't notice it

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It's March, there's a cold wind blowing down from the North, it's pretty miserable out there. But it's good to get outside - to beat the elements by going for your favourite exercise, whether it's a bike ride, a round of golf, or a walk along the sea front.

Okay, so we don thick socks, fleece, a warm coat, gloves, scarf, beanie hat and we set out to brave the weather.

What do we notice? Our core, our arms, legs, feet, hands feel warm and protected. The top of our head and the top of our ears feel warm and...

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