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Hello,

I have different tints, but am wondering if there's a no-tint pair of sunglasses with 100% UV filtration.  I got to thinking about this last cloudy day -- the sunglasses I had with me still allowed me to see underwater some, but the visible spectrum was too dark.

Thanks!

Josh

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Have you tried yellow lenses in that situation? They brighten things up quite a bit for me. Amber can do pretty well in low light situations as well. 

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I do have dark amber lenses. I've seen lighter amber lenses I should probably try, but was hoping for clear first.

Regards,

Josh

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Amber will also enhance shadows.  It helps to block out the blue light increasing depth perception and brightness.  This is one reason that people who snow ski in flat light will wear Amber lenses.  It helps to show the shadows on the snow.  Same with shooters on a target.  The Amber really brings out the contrast almost to a 3D type of appearance. 

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Amber is great for low light conditions. I also like them for driving. 

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