With the coming of the sun, we are all ecstatic and ready to have some fun. Expect to see through Triacetate Cellulose – or TAC, for short – Polarized lenses when you put on your favourite pair of Dervin sunglasses. When sunlight scatters without direction, the reflected light becomes polarised, or less dispersed and more aligned, when it hits flat surfaces. Glare is caused by the intensity of the reflected light, which makes it difficult to see properly. Polarized lenses are in helpful in this situation since they include a filter that is specifically designed to block glare. So, when should you use polarised lenses? We are always thinking! TAC sunglasses are suitable for use not just at the beach but also while driving. Water reflections may be lessened by just wearing polarised lenses, which can also improve your ability to identify anything under the water's surface—fun and useful while boating or fishing. Polarized sunglasses can assist minimise glare caused by light reflected off the hoods of other vehicles when driving.