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Sunglass color guide

Enhance your vision with
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Selecting a lens color can be challenging. We recommend choosing a color with function in mind rather than fashion. Sunglass colors can enhance our daily activities in and around specific weather conditions.
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Your color choices

Polarized and non-polarized available

Starting at only $120

Polarized vs Non-Polarized: What's right for you!

Polarized lenses eliminate glare, blocking vertical light that can be dangerous for people driving a car, boat, bike or any other type of machinery. They are popular among boaters, fishermen, golfers, bicyclists, runners and other outdoor sports enthusiasts.  And they are ideal for those who enjoy a day at the beach.

There are some advantages to wearing polarized lenses over non-polarized lenses, including:

• minimizing eyestrain

• enhancing contrast and visual clarity

• improving visual comfort

• eliminating and reducing harsh glare

• providing more accurate color perception

 

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Grey Polarized

• This neutral color reduces glare, and is a great color to shield bright light.
• Works well on both cloudy and sunny days, providing anti-fatigue benefits, which make them great for all-purpose use, such as driving.
• Available in polarized and non-polarized options.

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Grey Gradient

• Multi-purpose lens color for most sunlight conditions.
• Provides protection from sunlight intensity above.
• Benefits from lighter tint in bottom half of lens for clear comfortable vision while reading through bifocals and progressives.
• Available in polarized and non-polarized options.

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Green Polarized

• Multi-purpose lens color for most sunlight conditions.
• Lens color most associated with G-15 Ray-Ban® sunglasses genuine since 1937. (not available from us in authentic Ray-Ban® lenses)
• The Classic G-15 was originally developed for military use and offers a high level of clarity, comfort and protection.
• Great contrast for low sunlight conditions.
• Available in polarized and non-polarized options.

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Brown Polarized

• Great for partly cloudy and overcast conditions because they make an environment appear lighter.
• Enhances contrast and depth perception.
• Available in polarized and non-polarized options.

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Brown Gradient

• Same benefits of a brown lens color with protection from sunlight intensity above.
• Allows for greater comfortable up close vision from lighter tint in bottom half of lens through bifocals and progressives.
• Available in polarized and non-polarized options

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