The company's tag line is "see right in every light." And I actually believe that. Though I have talked in the past here about the perfect all-around lens tint for fly fishing, the truth is, lens preference is a purely subjective matter (for example, you may like "amber" and I might prefer "copper"). I have found that on some days, a bright yellow tint is best (heavy overcast days), and in other situations like crystal blue skies over saltwater flats, a darker, mirrored tint might be the ticket. But buying multiple pairs of polarized sunglasses is not a cost-effective option for many anglers.