How Branded Sunglasses affect Contrast, Depth Perception and Unwanted Light
While many of us look for sunglasses that simply compliment our attire and face, a significant aspect is undermined. The lenses color are often not considered much important and most of the sunglasses sold are brown or black in lenses color. You may think that why lenses color are important, and experienced that wearing a brown or black sunglass also blocks UV rays, then why care about tint? There is also misconception of tints being perceived as UV resistant. However, tints don’t resist UV rays, the lenses are treated with UV absorbing chemicals to prevent eye strain and associated elements such as, glare and intensity.
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Some of us have a simple collection of sunglasses consisting of a couple of known designs and grey, black or brown tints. We select these sunglasses based on day to day activities and lifestyle. Therefore, knowing your lifestyle and activities plays an important role in selecting right tint for your sunglasses. While all sunglasses suitable for outdoor activities, GREY TINT does a little more to elevate visual perception. The sunglasses reduce glare and block bright light reflecting from water surface or roads hence reduces eye strain.
For applications where distance need to be judged, the brown or AMBER TINT sunglasses reduce blue light and improve depth perception to help guide and navigate. Although Amber/Brown tint isn’t suitable for low light applications and cloudy weather. However, they provide comfortable view and enhanced contrast for specific colors on a bright sunny day.
There is something that is ideal for low light environment. The GREEN TINT offers better contrast than grey lenses and offer better accuracy compared to brown lenses. The Green Tint is ideal for day to day application and shows true colors the nature has bestowed.