Tight budget and prescription polaroids can only mean Optilabs.Thanks Steven
I’m on a bit of a tight budget and they also need to be prescription lenses
Thanks for the info mateTight budget and prescription polaroids can only mean Optilabs.
I have brown and grey vari-focals, which cover the two brightest scenarios but amber/yellow is the low light option. If one colour then to me brown is the obvious choice.
Don't forget to pay attention to the frame design to exclude light entering from the side or be wrap around , high street optician designs may not do this.
Thanks ColI have 2 pairs of Varifocals in my fishing kit. One pair is Polaroids with brown lenses. I think the colour is largely a matter of taste - eg you could choose grey if you prefer a neutral cast.
The other pair are 'high light transmission' (HLT) ones. The lenses are yellow.
I will wear the Polaroids when it is really bright, or I am wanting to see below the surface of the water. I wear the HLTs when the light is tricky, or glaring, and I am struggling to focus on my dry flies.