While many people choose sunglasses lens colors purely for aesthetic reasons, did you know that different lens colors actually serve different purposes?

The tint of your sunglass lenses can enhance your depth perception and reduce eye fatigue in different environments, improving your performance across a number of sports and activities.

Read more about the unique features and benefits of each lens color in the descriptions below.

Lens Color  Features & Benefits  
Green Lenses
  • Good for general purpose use
  • Offers even color perception
  • Dims glare while brightening shadows
  • Provides good contrast for low-light conditions
Brown / Amber Lenses
Brown / Amber
  • Good for variable everyday conditions
  • Enhances contrast
  • Contains a red element to improve depth perception
Yellow Lenses
  • Provides greater clarity in fog, haze, and other low-light conditions
  • Filters out blue light from computer screens and other electronic devices that can cause eye fatigue and headaches
Blue / Purple Lenses
Blue / Purple
  • Trendy and aesthetically pleasing
  • Reduces glare
  • Helps define contours
  • Enhances color perception
Gray / Black Lenses
Grey / Black
  • Good for general purpose use
  • Reduces eye fatigue
  • Provides true color perception
  • Minimizes glare, especially off water
  • Darkest tint with highest available light reduction
Pink / Red Lenses
Pink / Red
  • Improves visual depth
  • Reduces eye strain
  • Provides good road visibility
  • Offers greatest amount of contrast