Shooting Glasses Lenses Color Guide

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If you’ve ever sought out to buy shooting glasses, you might realize there are a variety of colors to choose from. So how can you be sure you are picking the right tint? While it may be tempting to pick a lens color based on the color alone, each lens color provides advantages in certain weather conditions. 

But don’t worry–we’ve got you covered. In this comprehensive guide on shooting glasses lens colors, we’ll delve into the compatibility of each color with specific occasions, ensuring you have the optimal shooting experience. However, before we delve into that, let’s briefly explore the significance of having the right shooting glasses for effective eyewear protection.

why lens colors matter

Wearing shooting glasses serves practical purposes. They safeguard your eyes from both tangible dangers, such as fragments from clay targets, and imperceptible threats like UV light. Without the appropriate shooting glasses for your surroundings, there’s a potential risk of eye damage. Properly worn glasses not only provide protection but also help prevent eye fatigue, enhancing both vision and focus. Prioritizing your safety, we will delve into the optimal shooting glasses lens colors for various conditions.

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In general, lens colors enhance your vision, providing both visual clarity and depth perception. Here’s a look into several shooting glasses lens colors that will be sure to optimize your shooting experience.

clear or yellow lens

Clear or yellow lenses are ideal for low-light conditions and indoor shooting ranges. These lenses enhance visibility in dim lighting, making it easier to spot targets and maintain accuracy when lighting is less than optimal.

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Amber or Brown Lens

Amber or brown lenses excel in overcast days and low-light conditions. Offering improved contrast and depth perception, these lenses reduce eye strain and provide clarity in suboptimal lighting, enhancing your ability to discern targets.

Gray Lens

Gray lenses are perfect for bright, sunny days. They effectively reduce glare and provide true color perception, making them suitable for well-lit outdoor environments where excess sunlight could impede visibility.

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Yellow or Orange Lens

Yellow or orange lenses heighten contrast, making them suitable for overcast or low-light conditions. They excel in scenarios where increased contrast is essential, such as shooting against dark targets or in environments with a dull background.

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Copper or Bronze Lens

Copper or bronze lenses offer versatility in variable lighting conditions, including partly cloudy days. They enhance contrast and depth perception, making them well-suited for changing light environments during outdoor shooting activities.

red or Rose Lens

Red or rose lenses are designed for cloudy or hazy conditions. These lenses enhance visual clarity in low-contrast situations, allowing for easier target identification against backgrounds with less defined contours.

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Mirrored Lens

Mirrored lenses are designed for intense sunlight and bright conditions. By reflecting sunlight and reducing glare, these lenses provide excellent eye protection in extremely bright settings, ensuring a comfortable and focused shooting experience.

CUSTOMIZE the lens Color of YOUR Shooting Glasses

At RX-Safety, we understand the importance of personalized eyewear for shooting enthusiasts. When purchasing prescription shooting glasses from us, you have the option to personalize the lens color to suit your specific needs and preferences. Our range includes various lens colors optimized for different lighting and shooting conditions.

Moreover, If you are looking to replace the lenses of your existing frame, we also have you covered. Our convenient lens replacement service allows you to send us your frame for a seamless lens replacement. Whether you’re seeking a different tint or a new set of lenses, our service ensures that your shooting glasses are customized to your exact specifications. Explore the flexibility of personalized eyewear at RX-Safety, where we prioritize both functionality and personalization.

Shooting glasses are important to the safety of your eyes, so wearing them is always a good idea while shooting. If you’re going to be wearing shooting glasses, doesn’t it make sense to wear ones that will improve your shot?

How to Order prescription shooting Glasses

1. SELECT THE FRAME

RX Safety offers a wide range of shooting glasses frames that are prescription available. Choose your favorite one after browsing here.

AFTER CHOOSING THE PERFECT FRAME, CLICK IN ‘SELECT PRESCRIPTION LENSES’

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2. SELECT LENS MATERIAL

Inside our prescription form, you can select your prescription type. Choose between, single vision, bifocal and progressive. Then, you will choose your lens material.

AFTER CHOOSING YOUR PRESCRIPTION TYPE, YOU CAN SELECT DIFFERENT LENS MATERIALS

3. SELECT LENS COLOR

Here you can customize by choosing your lens color, including Transition options.

SELECT YOUR FAVORITE LENS COLOR

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4. ADD EXTRA COATINGS

The prescription shooting glasses can be upgraded with special coatings such as anti-scratch, anti-fog, and anti-reflective coating to improve their overall performance.

SELECT YOUR PREFERRED COATINGS TO UPGRADE YOUR prescription shooting glasses

5. ADD YOUR PRESCRIPTION INFORMATION

Now it is the time to upload or fill your prescription information. You’re done! The rest is with us. We will work on your prescription shooting glasses and deliver to your address.

ADD YOUR PRESCRIPTION INFORMATION

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We’re here to help

If you have any questions or concerns regarding shooting glasses lens colors, we’re here to help. Feel free to leave a comment below, and our knowledgeable team will promptly address your inquiries. Alternatively, you can give us a call, and our friendly customer service representatives will assist you in choosing the right lens color for your specific shooting needs. Your satisfaction and safety are our priorities, and we’re committed to providing the guidance you need to make informed decisions about your shooting eyewear.

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  1. Teddy J Monticciolo says:

    Hi can the lens be made the opposite way with reading up at the top and distance at the bottom for shooting glasses?

    • b.kotian says:

      Hi Teddy J Monticciolo,

      Thank you for your inquiry; unfortunately, we do not offer lenses with reading at the top and distance at the bottom, as our lenses are designed with distance correction at the top and reading at the bottom for optimal performance. If you have any other questions, please contact our customer service +1 866 653 5227 or Email us at service@rx-safety.com

  2. Mark Wilkinson says:

    Are your shooting glasses made of Trivex material

    • SanMartin says:

      Hi Mark,

      When you purchase prescription shooting glasses you can pick trivex lens material.


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