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So I saw some threads about colors of lenses. I am getting new glasses in a couple weeks and am going to do the Transition lenses. Anybody have any experience with these lenses as far as what a good overall color is good for the beach? Lots of experience here!

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There's different lens colors for different conditions.  Blue for bright light and open water but is also the most common color for surf guys too.  I think yellow is for low light conditions like dusk and dawn.   ..

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17 hours ago, Danpa said:

So I saw some threads about colors of lenses. I am getting new glasses in a couple weeks and am going to do the Transition lenses. Anybody have any experience with these lenses as far as what a good overall color is good for the beach? Lots of experience here!

Are you getting transition prescription glasses? Clear inside and change outside? If so, most recommend a separate pair of sun glasses. They may or may darken enough while driving and I think they only last 3-5 before they stop changing correctly. 

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Not to sidetrack but I recently just read about transitions that actually go from clear and unpolarized to dark and polarized outdoors! Really curious about that tech.
 

But I have a dedicated pair of prescription polarized oakleys in like an amber lens. They’ve been great for all around fishing and driving etc 

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2 hours ago, Domf said:

Not to sidetrack but I recently just read about transitions that actually go from clear and unpolarized to dark and polarized outdoors! Really curious about that tech.
 

But I have a dedicated pair of prescription polarized oakleys in like an amber lens. They’ve been great for all around fishing and driving etc 

I thought about dedicated prescription sunglasses but too cheap to spend the extra money for another pair. Who knows, the cost of transition lenses may be as much as a new pair. LOL

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