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  1. jwhedbee16

    jwhedbee16 Oakley Beginner

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    hey guys im new here and i have a quick question, i want a pair of glasses mainly for fishing/boating, and driving, what would be the best color lense to go with? Im going to buy either gascans, fuelcells, or holbrooks, any help is appreciated thanks!
     
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  2. Ecko

    Ecko Team RamRod Staff Member Premium Member

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    I use black iridium polarized.
     
  3. thisguy

    thisguy Oakley Expert

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    If you are going to be near water I would say anything polarized is a must.
     
  4. michaelpule

    michaelpule Oakley Enthusiast

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    Don't they advertise the Deep Blue and the Shallow Blue as the Angling lenses?
     
  5. o8b

    o8b Oakley Beginner

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    I'd go for something polarized if you're going to be on or around water. I think the tint is going to be a preference kind of thing.
     
  6. Teetogreen

    Teetogreen Oakley Collector

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    Oakley has numerous angling specific frames and lenses. Depends on the style you like. anything polarised with the frames you like. Oakley has an app called Oakleyview. It shows what lense goes best with any condition.
     
  7. headpatrolman

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    Ice Polarized
     
  8. ajs2294

    ajs2294 Oakley Beginner

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    I work security at a water park. I know it isn't fishing but I can tell you that black iridium polarized is superb for preventing glare from water. I can see through the surface of pretty much any pool or lake.
     
  9. TinyNinja1975

    TinyNinja1975 Oakley Beginner

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    I would do a brown based polarized lens. You get the glare cut down with polarization and then with the brown you get contrast while driving and also helps you a lot out in the water. Black iridium polarized is to neutral for fishing in my opinion.
     
  10. Paul Jankel

    Paul Jankel Oakley Beginner

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    black iridium polarized, but don't expect to see your iPhone screen