Hitting the slopes this winter season? Here's a breakdown of how to choose the right colored lens tint for your #snowgoggles:
The amount of light that reaches your eyes through the lens is called the visible light transmission (VLT).  Low light and fog: yellow, gold, and amber lenses. Lighter lens tints have a higher VLT because more light passes through the lens. They filter out blue light, emphasizing shadows in the snow so you can see bumps better. They also work well in moderate and variable light conditions.  Bright light ("bluebird days"): dark tints such as copper, dark brown, dark gray, and dark green. Darker tints have lower VLT because less light passes through the lens. They increase contrast while keeping your eyes more comfortable. Gray lenses are also good for letting you see true colors.  Sunset and nighttime: clear lenses only. They have the highest VLT, allowing the most light to pass through. While they don't affect color tones or depth perception, they're important to protect your eyes from the harsh elements.
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