Tint guide

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The colour and darkness of your sunglass lenses has little to do with the UV protection.

For maximum comfort and performance decide what you will be using your sunglasses for and check our tint guide.

Grey           Allows true colour perception and does not
                  enhance contrast.
                  A good tint for golf, running or cycling.

 

Green         Allows true colour perception and produces
                  a fair contrast in low light. It also
                  reduces eye strain in bright light.

 

Brown         Is better in hazy conditions and enhances
                  contrast in low light.
                  A good tint for high-glare sports such
                  as fishing, skiing or sailing.

 

Yellow         Produces excellent depth perception in low
                  light. It also creates contrast against blue
                  and green backgrounds.
                  Good for mountain biking and shooting.

 

Red            Has excellent depth perception in low light. It
                  also creates contrast against blue and green
                  backgrounds.
                  A good tint for skiers or sports people.

At Eyes & Vision our experts are on hand to help you choose the right sunglasses.

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