Safety lens tint for enhanced contrast
These amber shooting glasses are commonly used during shooting, hunting, and target practice. Research studies show that contrast of overlying objects are enhanced by the yellow lenses due to selective reduction of short wavelength light. The amber-colored lenses provide a slight detriment in color vision to enhance the contrast when viewing bright objects against a white or blue background (ie: the sky). These lenses also feature superior eye protection against debris, shell casings, and bullet cartridges.
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Will these glasses work to help against glare when driving at night?
Yes, our UV safety glasses have a specialized coating that blocks 99.9% of UV light rays and should be able to reduce glare to an extent.
Can these fit over regular glasses?
I personally use them over my glasses occasionally but it does depend on the size of your frames. Let's say that it fits over 75-80% of glasses.
Do they protect against uv curing lights?
Hello, although these certainly block the UV from the UV curing lights, they do not lessen the brightness of the curing lamps. For brigh curing lamps we recommend something with a shade 5 such as the ones at this pair of dark UV glasses from uvex.
Do you have these also with uvb protection?
These glasses absorb 99.9% of all the UV spectrum, so they include protection to UVB light