Are there official items for incompletely mitigating light sensitivity?
The reason I ask is that I do not want to get rid of the disadvantage completely, but given there are mundane, historic solutions for similar issue, I think it would only be climatic to have an item that can help a bit. When it's worn. When there is time to put it on.
My next campaign will be using the Player's Handbook, Xanathar's Guide, Volo's Guide, the Monster Manual, the Dungeon Master's Guide, and Curse of Strahd, but answers from other official sources are welcome.
I know of the How can I get around the drow's light sensitivity? question, but I'm looking for something narrower and not seen in its answers. I don't want to magic disadvantage away for good. Are there items that can mitigate light sensitivity? Preferably mundane, like real life ilgaak.1
Another Q&A on a similar topic exists as well: How to handle Sunlight Sensitivity (of Drow, etc.), especially for casters?
However, my question is not a duplicate of these. I'm looking for incomplete, faulty, situational and generally "bad" solutions that would open up role-playing opportunities - for solutions that, under the older questions, would deserve downvotes for not really helping.
1 Here is how ilgaak, snow goggles, look: