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Tinted and Sunglass Lens Color Guide

When selecting your sunglass lens color, you may want to consider a few additional factors beyond the cosmetic finish. Using a lens color for a specific weather condition or activity can actually bring more ease to your daily routine.

Grey lenses

Grey

  • Great for general purpose use.
  • Provides true color perception.
  • Darkest tint with highest available light reduction.
  • Brown lenses

    Brown

  • Great for sunny and partialy cloudy conditions.
  • Enhances contrast.
  • Improves depth perception.
  • Green G15 lenses

    G15 (Green)

  • Great for general purpose use.
  • Provides even color perception.
  • Good contrast for low light situations.
  • Dims glare, while brightening shadows.
  • Blue lenses

    Blue

  • Great for snowy and foggy conditions.
  • Reduce glare.
  • Defines contours.
  • Enhances color perception.
  • Red lenses

    Yellow

  • Provides greater clarity in fog, haze, and other low-light conditions.
  • Filters out blue light from computer screens and other 
 electronic devices that can cause eye fatigue and 
 headaches.
  • Red lenses

    Red

  • Provides great road visibility (driving, cycling skiing).
  • Improves visual depth.
  • Offers greatest amount of contrast.
  • Reduces eye strain.
  • Pink lenses

    Pink

  • Provides great road visibility (driving, cycling, skiing).
  • Improves visual depth.
  • Offers greatest amount of contrast.
  • Reduces eye strain.
  • Helps prevent migraines.
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