The tinted lenses are more than merely a fashion accessory — they can have a huge impact on your performance as an athlete, spectator, and lover of the great outdoors.
Tinted lenses can reduce glare, improve contrast, and enhanced depth perception. When performance is your top priority, the right lens tint can give you the results you want.The following is a list of the functional features of Tinted lenses.
Gray lenses simply cut the total amount of light with little or no color shift.
- Sport/Activity: Driving, baseball, tennis, football, soccer, water sports, and all other outdoor activities
Amber and yellow lenses cut out mostly blue light and serve to increase contrast. This is very useful in flat lighting on snow or in foggy conditions. Amber is used when one wants to also reduce the total amount of light. Yellow lenses can make one feel like there is actually more light coming through,
- Sport/Activity:Skiing, mountain biking, hunting, aviation, tennis, and target shooting
Brown lenses were designed to both reduce overall light intensity and to aid in contrast.
- Sport/Activity:Golf, tennis, high-altitude sports, fishing, boating/sailing, or any sport where distance needs to be judged
Traditional green lenses feel “comfortable” (less eye strain) because our eyes respond so well to green. While they can be made dense enough to significantly reduce total light, they alter one’s color perception.
- Sport/Activity:All outdoor activities
PINK & RED LENSES
- Sport/Activity:Cycling, racing
BLUE, PURPLE & DOUBLE GRADIENT LENSES
- Sport/Activity:Spectator and golf
Then there is the consideration of coatings and polarization…