Beginner’s Guide to the Color Selection for Outdoor Sunglass Lens

Whether going cycling or fishing or hiking, a good pair of sunglass is needed to protect your eyes. There are many factors in making an ideal one. One that matters is color. Every color has different light reflection and penetration degrees. The following is some introduction of the color of lens and its features.

Gray Lens: gray lenses balances well for the absorption of any chromatographic. When observing through gray lens, the image will only be darkened bit for the brightness and there is so significant color difference. It basically has a true rendering of the object being observed.

Brown Lens: It filters a lot of blue light. Thus it can improve the visual contrast and clarity. It suits best under foggy days or densely polluted air environment.

Green Lens: It maximizes the arrival of the green light to reach the eyes while absorbing light. Thus it enables a cool and comfortable feeling. It’s suitable for people who want to relieve eye fatigue.

Blue Lens: It’s similar to gray lens, both belonging to the neutral lens. With higher light absorption rate, the revealing color is darker than gray lens.

Mercury Lens: There is high-density mirror coating on the surface of this lens. It absorbs more reflective visible light, thus a good choice for outdoor use.

Yellow Lens: In a strict sense, this lens does not belong to sunglasses type because it hardly reduces visible light, but in foggy and dusk moments, yellow lenses can improve contrast to provide more accurate video. Thus it’s called night vision mirror. Some young people wear yellow lenses sunglasses as decorative use.

Light blue, light pink and other lenses: They are more for decorative purpose than being used for outdoor use.

With the right selected color, you are always one step closer towards a wonderful experience. You will not only enjoy protection for your eyes but also looking fashionable even with a cheap heart shaped sunglasses with well-selected color.

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