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What’s Your Favorite Lens Color?

Posted on June 03 2016

Kyle Shea Scanning for Bonefish by Hollis Bennett.
What are you looking through? Photo: Hollis Bennett.

It’s poll time here on the Deneki blog, and we want your input!

Quality polarized sunglasses are by far one of the most important pieces of gear to any angler. However, not all shades are created equal. Lens color can make a huge difference depending on where and how you fish. We know many of you spend a lot of time staring at the water, so we want to hear what you prefer to look through!

We’ll kick it off. One of our favorite ‘all around’ lenses are anything in the polarized brown/copper category. We find that whether spotting bonefish on a bright sunny day, or swinging flies under low lying clouds in Alaska, brownish/copper lenses provide the best visibility under a whole bunch of different conditions. Is it the best lens for every extreme? Hardly. But we think it’s a good all around option.

Now it’s your turn!

  • What’s your favorite lens color?
  • Why?
  • Where and what do you fish for?

As always, we appreciate your input. Leave us a comment below and help out your fellow readers!

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