Lens color: Brown
Brown lenses are good general purpose lenses and work especially well for sports where judging distance is important like tennis and golf.
Lens color: Double Gradient
Double gradient lens is a darker tint at the top and bottom of the lens, and a medium tint in the center of the lens.
Lens color: Gradient Tint
A “gradient tint” is a lens with a darker tint at the top, fading gradually to little or no tint at the bottom of the lens.
Lens color: Green
Green lens filter some blue light, enhance contrast in low-light conditions and offer highest contrast and greatest visual acuity of any tint.
Lens color: Grey
Grey lens provides good protection from glare and keeps distortion of colors to a minimum. Grey is the most popular sunglass tint and is excellent choice for general use and driving.
Lens color: Mirror
Mirror Lenses - outside of the lens looks just like a mirror but the wearer sees only the tint.
Lens color: Photochromics
Photochromics - lenses are one color when UV light is not present but change to a darker color when activated by UV.
Lens color: Purple
Purple lens is balanced color which provides natural color perception while shading the eye. Purple lenses can be a good choice for hunters.
Lens color: Rose
A rose lens is cosmetically appealing, and recommended for computer users to help reduce eyestrain and glare.
Lens color: Yellow
A yellow lens makes objects appear sharper and are good for overcast, hazy or foggy conditions.
Reduces reflected glare from snow and water. Best sunglasses.