The dual lens Classic Competition design delivers absolute style and comfort, quickly adapting to changing environments faced by recreational sportsmen. Utilizing an 10-base lens curvature, meeting or exceeding the impact resistant, ANSI Z80.1 approval, polycarboate lenses follow the contours of the eye and allow for better peripheral coverage and wind-blocking ability.
All lenses have a scratch resistant coating and black 100% of the harmful UVA/UVB light rays.
The Classic Competition Lenses are available in a variety of colors which are listed below.
Amber (Dark) – This is the second darkest lens we offer. It carries the same amber enhancement as the Medium Amber lens but will only allow 18% of available visible light through, making it a good lens for brighter conditions.
Amber (Medium) – This is a medium colored lens allowing in about 33% of available visible light. The amber color filters light more evenly then the vermillion and orange lenses, allowing objects to appear closer to their natural color. The brightness and contrast control features on the lens allow it to be used in a wide variety of conditions.
Cobalt Blue – SPECIALTY – This lens will darken greenish and sky blue backgrounds and highlight yellow and green targets. A good lens for average to partly cloud condition. Allow 72% available visible light to pass through.
Clear – This lens allows 98% of available visible light and is mainly used indoors when no contrast is needed, or when there is adequate lighting conditions. This is a very good safety lens.
Gray (Dark) – This is the darkest lens we offer providing only 12% available visible light to come through. It is used on very bright days to cut down on glare and reduce eye strain. The gray color will leave objects true to natural color.
Gray (Medium)- An all-purpose lens which transmits all color schemes at the same level. Meaning objects seen through this lens stay true in nature. They are good lenses for bright sunny days allowing through 33% of available visible light.
Hunter Orange – This lens allows in 50% of available visible light. It filters a greater amount of blue light than either the vermillion or amber brown lenses which brightens lighter colored targets. This lens should be used on cloudy to partly cloudy days to enhance contrasts. Or it can be worn on sunny days if you are wearing a hat.
Purple (Dark) – This intermediate lens allows 46% of available visible light to come through and distribute better contrast and texture to targets against a greener background. It is an excellent choice for sportsmen looking to sharpen targets on partly cloudy and clear days.
Purple (Medium) – A darker blend of gray and vermillion. Allows only 30% of available visible light through. Used on bright days to enhance clarity and sharpen contract of objects against green backgrounds.
Vermillion (Dark) – The darkest rose tinted lens in the series of vermilion shades. This lens will allow 22% available visible light to come through. It is best used during bright days to reduce terrain glare while still enhancing target color.
Vermillion (Medium)- A darker rose colored lens which allows 40% available visible light to come through. This lens is used to enhance your environment on bright sunny days, and reacts along the same principles as the light vermillion shade by sharpening the contrast of the target against green backgrounds.
Vermillion (Light) – This is a light colored lens allowing in about 70% of available visible light. The light filtration characteristics of this lens accentuates bright targets against a medium to dark background environment, such as trees. It is also an excellent lens to use when shooting in low or flat light conditions.
Optic Yellow – This lens allows in 80% of available visible light. It is worn in hazy, foggy days or late afternoon as it will highlight the target with better definition by blocking out much of the blue light.