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Old October 15, 2010, 09:24 AM   #6
Old Grump
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Join Date: April 9, 2009
Location: Blue River Wisconsin, in
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Black or smoke on really bright days with a light back ground, amber on sunny days but with a dark back ground and yellow on overcast days or in the woods under a leafy canopy works for me. Filters out the glare and allows me to see things clearly and in focus compared to bare eyes or plain glasses. I haven't used the black ones since I left the desert but I use the amber and the yellow a lot.

I never tried the pink or blue so I have no idea how they work.
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