Gray sunglasses for better performance

June 10th, 2010 by Reza Hyver Leave a reply »

Sunglasses are popularly used among the public during leisure and sports. Since they function mainly in outdoor activities, the lighting and environmental conditions are closely linked. Modern sunglasses come usually in colored lenses and frames, not being limited to black models. And gray sunglasses are just a good member. In fact, most people only consider the appearance when they try to select a pair of sunwear. And frame and lens colors are the most critical part. This is understandable because modern eyewear users expect more stylish elements from these products. Depending on individual preference, green, gray and yellow sunglasses can all be attractive and probably become the mainstream during a certain period.

However, it is more important to know the functional differences between sunglasses in different colors. For sure, sunglass lenses in any color should block all unwanted rays and light in sunshine. This has widely recognized by the public. The focus of this article is the additional benefits of lenses in different tints. Currently, lots of lens tints are used in sports sunglasses. And the selection of a tint depends highly on environmental condition during a specific sport. For instance, yellow or orange tint can heighten contrast in overcast, hazy, low-light conditions outdoors. And they are suitable for sports like cycling, hunting, shooting, snowmobiling etc. Now, let us pay special attention to gray sunglasses, which can reduce overall brightness. A more significant attribute of gray tint is that it is capable of preserving 100 percent normal color recognition. And gray sunglass lenses will function well during all outdoor sports in bright light conditions.

Due to the unique feature of gray lens tint, gray sunglasses are widely used in outdoor sports like shooing and hunting. In these activities, seeing all colors as they naturally are is important. Gray is a neutral or “true” color which allows users to do that. Gray lenses can help achieve 100 percent accuracy in color perception. They have been widely applied to performance sunglasses. Thanks to this neutral property, gray sunwear can improve people’s performance.


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