Excelling on the field means being able to track the ball and make those key plays. We're here to help you do that, which means you need the best eyewear and lenses in the game. Join us below as we break down the Best Lens Colors for Softball Sunglasses!
Table of Contents
A. Video Review
B. What to Look For in Lenses & Lens Colors for Softball Sunglasses
C. Lens Colors
1. Brown, Amber, & Rose Copper
2. What to Avoid
D. Lens Features
1. Mirror Coating
2. Transitions & Photochromic
3. PRIZM Field
4. What to Avoid
E. Prescription Softball Sunglasses at SportRx
Join Steph as she discusses the best lens colors and features for softball sunglasses!
The two main things to consider when looking for softball sunglasses are lenses that block excess light and boost contrast. Contrast will allow you to better track the ball against the blue sky and brown and green field. That will keep you safe and give you a better softball experience. Clear visibility and eye protection are also key on the field, and lenses that reduce glare and distracting light are important.
Lenses with a brown, amber, or rose copper color excel at separating colors and provide that needed high contrast. Those lens colors also enhance depth perception, making it easier to spot the ball.
Colors that are more common in everyday sunglasses, such as dark grey, should be avoided in softball sunglasses. Those colors are not ideal for field sports. While darker colors are good for eye protection, they don’t provide the needed contrast that will allow you to be successful on the field.
A mirror coating on lenses can reflect distracting glare, allowing for better visibility. That glare-blocking capability makes it a great feature to have in softball sunglasses.
Transition lenses, also known as photochromic lenses, adapt to changing lighting conditions and environments. You can go from one game time to another with no worries.
Oakley’s PRIZM Field is a lens specifically designed for the diamond. PRIZM Field makes it easier to track the ball by separating colors and providing the needed contrast. By boosting critical colors and eliminating distracting colors, it’s easier to spot a fly ball. The base tint is rose, falling under the ideal lens colors, and has a low Visible Light Transmission.
Polarized lenses are not needed in softball sunglasses. Polarization negatively impacts depth perception, which is crucial when playing softball. This lens feature is optimal for water activities, not softball.
Prescription Softball Sunglasses at SportRx
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