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What lens tint is best for skiing?

The answer to this question really depends upon the conditions in which you are skiing. We have prepared this lens tint guide to help you better determine what shield you should go with. Feel free to give us a call at 1-888-831-5817 if you have any questions about our prescription ski goggles or shield color.


Lens Color Lens Properties From Left to Right 1,2,3; View through shield. (simulated).

Clear
Clear lenses offer 100% uv protection, and generally has higher than 90% visual light transmission. Best suited for night and very low light situations.
  Clear  
Amber
Amber lenses are ideal for average to low light conditions; they have mild contrasting and light intensifying properties.
Amber 1 Amber 2 Amber 3
Brown
Brown lenses knock down light intensity while enhancing contrast, allowing the wearer to interpret terrain more accurately.
Brown 1 Brown 2 Brown 3
Grey
Grey lenses are great for bight light conditions. They knock down light intensity but do not alter the brains perception of color.
Grey 1 Grey 2 Grey 3
Rose Copper
Rose Copper lenses are a mixture of vermilion and amber, they have mild contrasting and light intensifying properties and are ideal for most conditions.
(universal lens)
Rose Copper 1 Rose Copper 2 Rose Copper 3
Vermilion
Vermilion lenses are best suited for low light, very overcast conditions. Vermilion intensifies light and increases contrast.
Vermilion 1 Vermilion 2 Vermilion 3
Yellow
Yellow lenses increase contrast and are effectively light intensifiers. They are typically used in low light situations such as night riding.
Yellow 1 Yellow 2 Yellow 3