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Dragon Goggle Lens Tint Guide

Terminology:

  • VLT - Visible Light Transmission. This is a percentage based on the amount of light that will come through to your eyes. Generally, a higher percent VLT makes it easier to see through the lens in low-light conditions. A lower VLT percentage will be more useful during very bright conditions, and when dealing with harsh reflective glare from the sun.

 

LUMALENS Optimized Color

Lens Tint
VLT Light Conditions Notes
Yellow 75-85%
Low + Medium
Cloudy, Night
Pink Ion 58-68%
Low + Medium
Cloudy, Partly-Cloudy
Ion adds definition & reduces glare
 Amber 54%
Low + Medium
 Cloudy, Partly-Cloudy
Flash Blue 48% Low + Medium Cloudy, Partly-Cloudy
Rose 20-30% Medium + Bright Cloudy, Partly-Cloudy, Sunny
Adds definition & reduces glare
Red Ion 16-28% Bright Sunny
Ion adds definition & reduces glare
Green Ion 16-26% Bright Sunny
Ion adds definition & reduces glare
Purple Ion 23% Medium + Bright Ion adds definition & reduces glare
Blue Ion 50-60% Medium + Bright Cloudy, Sunny
Ion adds definition & reduces glare
Dark Smoke 23% Bright Sunny
Polarized 15-25% Bright Sunny
Reduces glare
Silver Ion 16% Bright Sunny
Ion adds definition & reduces glare

 


 

LUMALENS Photocromatic

LUMALENS® Photochromic adaptive goggle lenses change from one tint and color in low light to darker tint and color in bright light (light yellow to dark gray).

Lens Tint
VLT Light Conditions Notes
Yellow 18-73%
Low to Bright
Cloudy, Foggy, Overcast, Sunny
Light Rose
17-74%
Low to Bright
Cloudy, Foggy, Overcast, Sunny
Amber 16-72%
Low to Bright
 Cloudy, Foggy, Overcast, Sunny
Clear
(non-Lumalens)
16-80% Low to Bright
Cloudy, Foggy, Overcast, Sunny