Dark colours (green/grey/brown) are ideal for everyday use and most outdoor activities. Darker shades are intended primarily to cut through the glare and reduce eyestrain in moderate-to-bright conditions. Grey and green lenses won’t distort colours, while brown lenses warm colours up.
Light colours (amber/yellow/bronze): These colours excel in moderate to low-level light conditions. They are often great for skiing, snowboarding and other snow sports. They provide excellent depth perception, enhance contrasts in tricky, flat-light conditions, improve the visibility of objects and make your surroundings appear bright.
Mirrored (flash blue/flash silver): They reduce glare by reflecting much of the light that hits the lens surface. Mirrored coatings make objects appear darker than they are. This makes them especially beneficial for activities in very bright conditions and poker.
Has slightly better contrast than the grey colours, but is not considered a high contrast lens. Green maintains true color balance and is a good choice for varying light conditions. Used for tennis driving and golf, as well as an all-purpose colour.
Allows for true colour recognition. Good for everyday use in moderate to bright conditions, where minimal contrast enhancement is necessary. Provides natural colour perception for a soothing visual experience. Best uses include driving, fishing and general use.
Provides excellent contrast and improves visual acuity and depth perception. Good for bright sunny and varying conditions. Reduces blue light. Best for driving, golfing and shallow water fishing.
A vibrant colour that increases contrast and blocks blue light. Often used for fishing in early morning or late evening hours. Used in target shooting for bright sunny conditions. Also used for skiing and hunting.
Provides the maximum light transmission of any polarized lens. Increases contrast and blocks blue light. Used in low light conditions such as overcast or cloudy days. Popular for night driving, shooters and hunters.
Enhance colour contrast to provide sharper vision and extremely high resolution. Recommended for everyday use in normal to bright conditions, allows for heightened perception to colours, creating the perfect sunglass for activities like golfing, sailing, and driving.
They reduce glare by reflecting much of the light that hits the lens surface. Blue mirrored coatings make objects appear darker than they are and enhances blue light. This makes them especially beneficial for activities in very bright conditions and poker.
They reduce glare by reflecting much of the light that hits the lens surface. Silver mirrored coatings make objects appear darker than they are. This makes them especially beneficial for activities in very bright conditions and poker.