Gray or smoke colored lenses are considered the best for everyday use; however, when you are in haze, low light or snowy conditions tan (or brown) lenses provide better contrast making them a great choice for a second pair of sunglasses. As a pilot I always carry two pair of sunglasses because over the period of a flight I normally encounter different lighting conditions making it imperative that I be prepared and can see everything clearly. I really like the 23K Gold Frame Bayonet Temple version of the Randolph Engineering Aviator sunglasses with tan (brown) lenses
. They are a great pair of sunglasses with their beautiful, comfortable frame and the crown mineral glass tan sunglass lenses that keep my eyes cool and comfortable no matter how long I am out in the blazing hot sun.
Tan Sunglasses Lenses
I have long been a fan of Randolph Engineering Aviators
and always have a pair with gray sunglass lenses and a pair with tan sunglasses lenses
with me at all times. Even if you are not a pilot it is still a good idea to carry an extra pair of sunglasses with tan lenses because lighting changes all day long. While the gray lenses for sunglasses work well most of the time, there are always times of low light or haze where more contrast would be a great help.
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. by John White