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Old 09-15-2005, 09:41 AM
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Checked out the glasses...need you to give me the skinny. I have fairly light gray eyes, so I do NOT do sunlight/headlights/glare. I need dark glasses for the day.

Also, I feel like I am driving blind at night. Some of the roads to and from school are gorgeous in the early evening...but they are wicked black at night.

So--what's best? Polarized for day and yellow for night?

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Old 09-20-2005, 06:31 AM
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Originally Posted by LilithMoxy13
Checked out the glasses...need you to give me the skinny. I have fairly light gray eyes, so I do NOT do sunlight/headlights/glare. I need dark glasses for the day.

Also, I feel like I am driving blind at night. Some of the roads to and from school are gorgeous in the early evening...but they are wicked black at night.

So--what's best? Polarized for day and yellow for night?

Thanks.

Hello and i would be glad to help. For light sensitive eyes i would go with a polarized lens to help cut the glares and reflections back during the daylight hours. During the night i would go with a yellow lens. Yellow helps to define the darker objects,it makes this crisper and cleaner and it also cuts the glare off of the on-coming headlights and overhead street lights.
if you feel more fomfortable,feel free to give us a call and one of us will work with to find the right glass or glasses for you.
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