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it all depends on the weather conditions and cloud cover and so on.

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I have two different tints for sight fishing. Costa Del Mar glasses of course. With 580 Copper lenses for low light and 580 Green Mirror lenses for sunny days.

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I am lucky to have an Oakley Vault (clearance) store near me. The polarized glasses often go on discount like 50%-60% off. I grabbed a few pairs of Monster Dogs (amber, blue, and "shallow" lenses) and keep them all in the glove box. Depending on the cloud cover, or lack there of, I can choose the right lens. Along with the weather, gotta remember other things as well: Pollen on the water is tough, dust etc. I am interested in the Wiley X glasses with the insert to keep out any side light...great idea. Anyone try these yet??

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I have one pair of Oakley Gascans in black and a older pair of amber Costas.

As stated the light conditions are key.

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I have a pair of Costa Del Mar Tropic Star glasses that have the three sets of interchangale lenses that I would recommend.  I use the grey set when driving around or when it is really bright.  I use the Vermillion (yellowish color) in low light.  These really make green colors pop and doesn't make everything dark like most sunglasses do.  I wear the amber colored lenses when I want to look at life through rose colored glasses! ;D

They are a decent pair of glasses and can be found for less than $100 easily.  However, they are not as good as their glass lenses.  I can notice some hazing or weird depth issues (hard to explain) out of my periferal vision wearing the grey lenses that I never experience with my Triple Tails with glass 400 lenses.  But for only about $70 I can live with them.  Especially since I use the vermillion lenses most of the time anyways.

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ive owned few diff pair of oakleys and my fav is amber lense for most conditions... 8-)

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