Lens

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When it comes to sunglasses the truth is that there is a lens that functions best in different types of situations depending on how sensitive your eyes are to the sunlight. The right lens can improve contrast, ease eyestrain and help to improve your overall vision. Read more to learn about the functions of different color lenses and decide which lens is right for you!
  • Amber

    Lenses

    Amber lenses block undesirable blue light while improving contrast in low light conditions. Optimal for enhancing depth perception while emphasizing color and delivering a more vibrant experience. Ideal for low light conditions.
    Light Transmission 17%

  • High Clarity Green

    Lenses

    High Clarity Green lenses are quickly becoming the favorite among golfers. These lenses provide excellent UV protection, reduce glare, and enhance objects bathed in shadow. Ideal for medium light situations.
    Light Transmission 15%

  • High Clarity Brown

    Lenses

    High Clarity Brown Lenses are an attractive alternative to traditional amber lenses. While they provide many of the same benefits as the amber lens, they also deliver superior light protection, improve clarity in low-light conditions with minimal color distortion, enhance natural colors, and reduce eye fatigue. Ideal for low to medium light conditions.
    Light Transmission 16%

  • Smoke

    Lenses

    Smoke lenses work well in a variety of conditions. Smoke lenses cut glare without distorting the natural colors of the environment. Providing the most protection from the sun is what makes this universal lens the #1 seller across the board. Ideal for all conditions.
    Light transmission 13%

  • Mirror

    Lenses

    Mirror lenses are constructed by applying a reflective coating to a smoke lens base. These unique products deliver the same protection as smoke lenses but have the added benefit of enhanced color perception while reducing glare — all due to the addition of the color reflective coating. ideal for full-sunlight, snow, and water-reflective conditions.
    Light Transmission 10 - 13% depending on reflective coating applied