Lenses: Gray vs. Rose

Which Lens Color Is Best For You?
Difference between our gray and rose lenses.

Which lens color should you choose: Gray or Rose?

*Gray and rose lenses differ in the way they adjust vision, not by the actual color of the glasses as seen in the mirror.
Z-XG Extreme Glare Sunglasses
Gray Lens Glasses

Gray Lenses

Gray lenses eliminate nearly all glare. They reduce more sun glare than any other known technology. If sun glare reduction is your primary need, non-polarized Gray Extreme Glare Sunglasses' lenses are the best available option for this purpose.

Gray lenses eliminate reflective glare very effectively, but in comparison to Rose Lenses, they are more difficult to see with when viewing things below the water line, because darkness impedes vision in almost all circumstances.
Rose Lens Glasses

Rose Lenses

Rose Lenses enhance colors for better definition, contrast, depth perception and clarity. Extreme Glare Sunglasses' rose lenses make reds redder, blues bluer, whites whiter and yellow more yellow. They create the most vivid colors for the most accurate definition. Rose colored lenses do not alter or change colors; they intensify colors while reducing glare. For glare reduction, Extreme Glare Sunglasses' rose non-polarized lenses enjoy the #2 position in the world when compared to all other lenses.

Your eyes will totally adapt to the rose lens within two to three minutes of use, after which the rose color is virtually unnoticeable while these lenses are worn. 

Light rose lenses are un-matched for seeing into water to identify fish, buoys, markers, rocks, dead heads and underwater formations.
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