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Anyone experience better dawn or dusk vision with yellow lenses? They are supposed to work the best on cloudy overcast days and improve sharpness and clarity.
 

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I tried them and you can see sharper but lose colors. Everything is a shade of yellow and I couldn't pick out deer as easily so I quit using them.
 

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Anyone experience better dawn or dusk vision with yellow lenses? They are supposed to work the best on cloudy overcast days and improve sharpness and clarity.
I wear yellow lenses all day long when bird hunting. I think the yellow tint helps me.
 

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I used to use tinted safety glasses for flintlock until I needed 'Real" glasses. They had a rose color that sharpened things but didn't color shift'
 

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Different color lenses are made for different conditions. I find the bronze much better than yellow. Ranger shooting glasses used to have a list of lens color and best use. Haven't been to their site in a bit, but it is probably still there.
 

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I fairly regularly use them on heavy overcast days and in the first and last hours of hunting during the deer seasons and occasionally when bird hunting. I find them helpful. YMMV
 
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