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For all of you that need help with what lens color to buy


For all of you that need help with what lens color to buy

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If you want to submit a photo of your board and/or where you ride, submit your link as a text post and include details and context a story is better and helps /r/snowboarding grow as a community. Riley Cooper Eagles Jersey The general rule is photo and video submissions to /r/snowboarding should be of people actually riding on snowboards.


As is the Fletcher Cox Eagles Jersey policy for all Reddit communities, blogspam is forbidden. It manufacturer specific. Also, you can tell by the Jason Peters Jersey color of the outside of the lens if it mirrored.


Take Smith Jason Peters Eagles Jersey for example, you show blue lens as not recommended for a blizzard and rose as recommended. Smith blue sensor mirror is 70% VLT, the best in a blizzard from their Fletcher Cox Jersey lineup. Their "Rose" is 25%, so you be sending people into a tree or off a cliff if they followed that.


Yellow being optimal for sun is pretty much universally wrong. Yellow Riley Cooper Jersey is the worst for sun.


Again using Smith as an Authentic Jason Peters Jersey example, they have Red Sensor Mirror and Red Sol X mirror. One is 60% VLT, one is 17% VLT. If you go by "Red", you not going to make a very good choice there.


Take Anon as another example. They have Blue Cobalt Authentic Fletcher Cox Jersey which is 6% (aka, can see shit), and Blue Lagoon which is 80%.


So really, lens color is absolutely useless.


Here are the charts you should be using:Yellow lens do not amplify light. They remove a portion of the blue spectrum that commonly create glare, halos, and other artifacting that our eyes have trouble processing. This shows for a picture your brain can focus better.


Technically full green light allows for the best focus (like night vision) but you end up with less visual information and in many cases too much contrast for maximum effectiveness. Yellow is a sound trade off.


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