Dragon Lens Tint Guide

Dragon Lens Tint Guide
Tint Description  Light Transmission Conditions
Bronze Improves depth perception and contrast in variable light conditions. Good for use in water and snow sports.
12- 20% Medium to Bright light
Bronze Polar Polarized benefits also block horizontal light, absorbs reflected glare and enhances visual comfort for when brightness is intense.
13- 15% Medium to Bright light
Grey Gradient Used for more or less "fashion" purposes and for aesthetics.
15- 25% Medium light
Bronze Gradient Used for more or less "fashion" purposes and for aesthetics.
25- 30% Medium light
Rose Gradient Rose lenses are also considered to be most soothing and comfortable over long periods of time. 
15- 25% Medium light and Aesthetics
Ionized/ MIrrored Not recomended for low light conditions. General purpose lenses with added cosmetic appeal of mirrored coatings. 11% All Conditions (especially very bright and sunny conditions)
Grey Colors remain true with no distortion.
10- 15% Sunny
Grey Polar Blocks horizontal light and enhances visual comfort when brightness is intense. Combats 99% of reflected glare to provide peak visual performance and true color.
10- 12% Medium to Bright light
Green Contrast of objects is enhanced. Great for running, fishing, golf, and cycling. 14% Low to Medium light
Green Polar Same advantages of of regular green lens with the added benefit of polarized lenses. Peak visual performance for fishing and watersports.
14% Low to Medium light
Copper A blue-light filtering lens that brings added contrast. Great for running, skiing, and cycling. 15% All Conditions (especially low to medium light)
Copper Polar All the advantages of a copper lens with the added benefit of a polarized lens. 
15% All Conditions