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Polarized Lens Colors available in Fort Myers

There are 16 Color Lenses to choose from:

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Ash Lens

Ash (Gray A Transitions Lenses)

Transitions technology makes this lens great for a variety of lighting conditions. Ash transmits colors evenly for true color recognition. Great for everyday use for a variety of activities.

 

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Ash

Ash (Gray A)

A lighter shade of Smoke. Ash transmits colors evenly and allows for true color recognition. Good for a variety of activities on partly sunny to sunny days.

 

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Smoke Lens

Smoke (Gray C)

Reduces the maximum amount of visible light and allows for true color recognition. Good for bright sunny days and heavy glare situations. Best uses include driving, deep-water fishing, boating, and everyday use.

 

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Forest Lens

Forest (G-15®)

Forest is similar to the color sensitivity of the human eye. This results in natural vision and true colors that are easy on the eye. The Forest lens significantly reduces light transmission. Best for bright sunny days.

 

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Carmel Brown A Transitions

Caramel Photo (Brown A Transitions Lenses)

Transitions technology makes this lens great for a variety of lighting conditions. Caramel improves contrast and depth perception. Great for everyday use for a variety of activities.

 

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Carmel Brown A

Caramel (Brown A)

A lighter shade of Chocolate, Caramel improves contrast and depth perception. An ideal lens for partly sunny to very sunny days.

 

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Chocolate Lenses

Chocolate (Brown C)

Provides excellent contrast and improves visual acuity and depth perception. This color reduces blue light and is good for highly sunny and varying conditions. Best for driving, golfing, and shallow water fishing.

 

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Copper Lenses

Copper

Maximizes contrast making items brighter. Ideal for any application where good visual acuity is crucial. Great for fishing, golfing, and driving in varying conditions.

 

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Ocean Lenses

Ocean (Blue)

Used in partly cloudy to sunny conditions. Good for tennis and shooting at green targets. Ocean lenses let in the maximum amount of blue light. They are a perfect compliment to a blue shirt or blue mood.

 

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Violet Lenses

Violet

This lens dampens certain backgrounds and increases contrast. Violet is often used by shooters in average or bright conditions. Also used for cross country skiing, golfing, snowmobiling, or to show off a good tan.

 

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Ruby Lenses

Ruby (Deep Red)

It’s like watching a sunset on the beach in Maui. This deep rose color increases contrast and is great for activities in overcast or foggy conditions. Ruby is used by skiers, golfers, and on or near the water.

 

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Rose Lenses

Rose (Red)

See the world through rose colored glasses. This vibrant color increases contrast, and is great for fishing in the early morning or late evening. Rose is used by skiers, hunters, and, target shooters in bright sunny conditions.

 

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Sunflower Lenses

Sunflower (Yellow)

Provides the maximum light transmission of any polarized lens. Increases contrast and filters out some blue light. Used in low light conditions (e.g. driving). Popular among shooters, hunters, and skiers.

 

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Grass Lenses

Grass (Green)

A slightly better contrast than the gray colors. Grass maintains true color balance and is a good choice for varying light conditions. Used for tennis, driving, and golf, as well as an all-purpose color.

 

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Amber Lenses

Amber

The best protection and performance in outdoor lighting conditions. This lens protects your eyes from hazardous light and fatigue, reduces glare and presents your surroundings in vivid color and contrast.

 

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Sunset Lenses

Sunset (Orange)

Increases contrast and blocks blue light. Good for hiking, gardening, biking, boarding, or just relaxing in overcast or partly cloudy conditions. This is the most common lens color used for clay target shooting.

 

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Polarized Lens Colors available in Fort Myers

There are 16 Color Lenses to choose from:

Line

 

Ash Lens

Ash (Gray A Transitions Lenses)

Transitions technology makes this lens great for a variety of lighting conditions. Ash transmits colors evenly for true color recognition. Great for everyday use for a variety of activities.

 

Line

 

Ash

Ash (Gray A)

A lighter shade of Smoke. Ash transmits colors evenly and allows for true color recognition. Good for a variety of activities on partly sunny to sunny days.

 

Line

 

Smoke Lens

Smoke (Gray C)

Reduces the maximum amount of visible light and allows for true color recognition. Good for bright sunny days and heavy glare situations. Best uses include driving, deep-water fishing, boating, and everyday use.

 

Line

 

Forest Lens

Forest (G-15®)

Forest is similar to the color sensitivity of the human eye. This results in natural vision and true colors that are easy on the eye. The Forest lens significantly reduces light transmission. Best for bright sunny days.

 

Line

 

Carmel Brown A Transitions

Caramel Photo (Brown A Transitions Lenses)

Transitions technology makes this lens great for a variety of lighting conditions. Caramel improves contrast and depth perception. Great for everyday use for a variety of activities.

 

Line

 

Carmel Brown A

Caramel (Brown A)

A lighter shade of Chocolate, Caramel improves contrast and depth perception. An ideal lens for partly sunny to very sunny days.

 

Line

 

Chocolate Lenses

Chocolate (Brown C)

Provides excellent contrast and improves visual acuity and depth perception. This color reduces blue light and is good for highly sunny and varying conditions. Best for driving, golfing, and shallow water fishing.

 

Line

 

Copper Lenses

Copper

Maximizes contrast making items brighter. Ideal for any application where good visual acuity is crucial. Great for fishing, golfing, and driving in varying conditions.

 

Line

 

Ocean Lenses

Ocean (Blue)

Used in partly cloudy to sunny conditions. Good for tennis and shooting at green targets. Ocean lenses let in the maximum amount of blue light. They are a perfect compliment to a blue shirt or blue mood.

 

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Violet Lenses

Violet

This lens dampens certain backgrounds and increases contrast. Violet is often used by shooters in average or bright conditions. Also used for cross country skiing, golfing, snowmobiling, or to show off a good tan.

 

Line

 

Ruby Lenses

Ruby (Deep Red)

It’s like watching a sunset on the beach in Maui. This deep rose color increases contrast and is great for activities in overcast or foggy conditions. Ruby is used by skiers, golfers, and on or near the water.

Rose Lenses

Rose (Red)

See the world through rose colored glasses. This vibrant color increases contrast, and is great for fishing in the early morning or late evening. Rose is used by skiers, hunters, and, target shooters in bright sunny conditions.

 

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Sunflower Lenses

Sunflower (Yellow)

Provides the maximum light transmission of any polarized lens. Increases contrast and filters out some blue light. Used in low light conditions (e.g. driving). Popular among shooters, hunters, and skiers.

 

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Grass Lenses

Grass (Green)

A slightly better contrast than the gray colors. Grass maintains true color balance and is a good choice for varying light conditions. Used for tennis, driving, and golf, as well as an all-purpose color.

 

Line

 

Amber Lenses

Amber

The best protection and performance in outdoor lighting conditions. This lens protects your eyes from hazardous light and fatigue, reduces glare and presents your surroundings in vivid color and contrast.

 

Line

 

Sunset Lenses

Sunset (Orange)

Increases contrast and blocks blue light. Good for hiking, gardening, biking, boarding, or just relaxing in overcast or partly cloudy conditions. This is the most common lens color used for clay target shooting.

 

Difference in Polarized Lenses

 

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