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Polarized sunglasses allow a better and sharper vision and are a must-have accessory for any fisherman.
How to tell if your sunglasses are polarized
Benefits of polarized sunglasses for fishing
Disadvantages of polarized sunglasses
How to choose the lens color
Blue, green, and grey lenses are appropriate for moderate to bright light conditions. Darker shades work best during sunny days and gray and green lenses won’t distort colors too. Green can also be used on partly cloudy days because it provides increased contrast and better depth perception.
Amber/Brown lenses are good for hazy and cloudy environments and for variable conditions as well.
Yellow is often worn at night or in low-light conditions. Yellow will make everything appear much brighter. However, yellow doesn’t provide more contrast than a clear lens. They work well during cloudy days as well.
Light Rose or light rust shades are also useful to get the best contrast in low-light conditions. Choose a tint that is light enough to get the best out of your lenses in dark conditions.
Polarized sunglasses are must-haves in any angler collection. They are exactly what you need when traveling under a glaring sun. Due to the manufacturing of increased costs, they can be pricey, but it’s a great investment to protect your eyes and increase your comfort during your fishing trip.