Is there any downside to color tinted sun glasses for your eyes?
I got a new pair of sunglasses, as my others were too scratched. I didn't even notice (somehow) until I got home, they are a strange amber tint. I was in a hurry, and I am wondering people's thoughts on tinted sunglasses. I don't like the idea that colors won't be as true, and I love nature and being out in it. That is when I would be wearing them the most!
I was shopping for tinted sunglasses the other day and was trying pairs on and comparing them. They were all just regular dark tint and not amber tinted. I noticed a dramatic difference in the clarity and sharpness between various pairs of glasses. The only thing I can think of is that there is not much quality control going into sun glasses, at least the low priced ones I tried on. I know this might not be exactly the information you are looking for, but I would definitely try on sunglasses and compare how sharp or in focus they are compared to each other.
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