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      • Transparent: 92 percent Light Transmission
      • Smoke Black: 22 percent Light Transmission
      • Racing Red: 28 percent Light Transmission
      • Yellow: 87 percent Light Transmission
      • Action Brown: 22 Percent Light Transmission
      • Laser Black: 12 percent Light Transmission
      • Golf / Tennis 100: 25 percent Light Transmission
      • Multilaser Blue: 19.2 percent Light Transmission
      • Multilaser Orange: 18.1 percent Light Transmission
      • Multilaser Red: 12.8 percent Light Transmission
      • Hi-Altitude: 5 percent Light Transmission
      • Hi Contrast: 12 percent Light Transmission
      • Polar 3FX Grey Laser: 12 percent Light Transmission
      • ImpactX-2 Photochromic Clear to Black: 9-74 percent Light Transmission
      • ImpactX-2 Photochromic Clear to Laser Black: 13-62 percent Light Transmission
      • ImpactX-2 Photochromic Clear to Laser Brown: 17-73 percent Light Transmission
      • ImpactX-2 Photochromic Clear to Red: 17-76 percent Light Transmission
      • ImpactX-2 Photochromic Clear to Laser Red: 16-75 percent Light Transmission
      • Laser Copper: 22 percent Light Transmission
      • Polar 3FX HDR Multilaser Blue: 16 percent Light Transmission
      • Polar 3FX HDR Multilaser Orange: 16 percent Light Transmission
      • Polar 3FX HDR Multilaser Red: 16 percent Light Transmission
      • Polar 3FX HDR Multilaser Green: 16 percent Light Transmission
      • Polar 3FX Brown Laser: 12 Percent Light Transmission
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      Customer Reviews

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      Winter hicking and snowshoeing

      After trying ( and buying) 3 different lenses for my Rydon glasses, I finally found the right pair to go winter hicking and snowshoeing. Polarized lenses are not appropriate when walking in the forest even on a sunny day... The Hi Constrast Amber lense is definitely the best one to see details and contrast as you are hicking through snow... No more blueish and darken views...

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      L.
      Photochromic are awesome!

      I usually run in the early morning before sun up.
      I do not have to stop and change lenses anymore.
      Simply awesome!

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      L.
      Z87.1

      I've had my Rydon Shooters kit with Rx Insert for over 5 years. (They're great!) I need some replacement lenses that are Z87.1 rated. Doing a search returns "COLOR IMPACTX-2 PHOTOCHROMIC CLEAR TO BLACK Z87.1 SAFETY" as the only lenses listed as Z87.1 rated. Do they have Z87.1 marked on the lens? This is required by MSHA and OSHA.

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