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Pick up some amber shades for baseball, fishing, or water sports. This tint blocks out the blue end of the spectrum, making bright areas like the sky or water much more visible. These sunglasses are also a good option for days when there are too many clouds to see the sky — on a dreary day, they make the world look a whole lot brighter.
Just a heads up: With some colored lenses, especially mirrored, the lens color might be different than the actual base tint of the lens. For example, you might have a pair of sunglasses with amber mirrored lenses, but the base tint (what you see while looking through the lens) might be grey or smoke.
For more tips on picking the perfect lens tint, check out our helpful guide to sunglass lenses here.