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On The Lake with Purifier™ Polarized Lenses

POSTED ON July 19, 2011

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As we continue through the dog days of summer, I had to make it a point to get out on Lake Monroe before school started back up for the kids. This past Sunday I made it happen. A friend of mine called to inform me that he was taking the boat out and that my wife and I were more than welcome to tag along. We packed a cooler with water, sodas and lunch meat, as well as a bag with towels and our

As we continue through the dog days of summer, I had to make it a point to get out on Lake Monroe before school started back up for the kids. This past Sunday I made it happen.

A friend of mine called to inform me that he was taking the boat out and that my wife and I were more than welcome to tag along. We packed a cooler with water, sodas and lunch meat, as well as a bag with towels and our Dr. Tavel sunglasses.

It was the perfect day for the lake; not too crowed, but just enough people to have a good time. Everyone on the lake had sunglasses, which made me question if they had Purifier™ polarized lenses like my wife and I had. I wore my black aviators and she wore her LuLu Guiness ‘killer heels’ sunglasses from Dr. Tavel.

I could really notice a difference with my Purifier™ polarized lenses. Not only did they protect me from the sun’s UV rays, but they totally eliminated the glare off of the water. I could see people’s legs threading under the water! They also made the sky look blue, as well as everything else look brighter and sharper.

After about five enjoyable hours on the lake, we headed back to shore and unfortunately the boat died in the middle of the lake. On top of that the blue sky turned overcast and it began to rain. Luckily we were able to flag down another boat that pulled us into shore. We may not have had a seamless day, but we looked the best getting towed to shore.

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