Koyote

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Hi all. Came to this forum hoping for some advice from anyone who has used both of these lenses.

I am choosing between these for a loooong bike race that will likely go after sundown. I suspect the clear lenses will be best for this, but am wondering if the Prizm Low Light might actually work, and perhaps work better due to the contrast-enhancement?

I appreciate all advice. Thanks!
 

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MicahS

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Is the race a road race or trail? Low light was supposed to help with artificial lighting, like street lights.

Ive never worn might at night but they have nearly no tint so i can them being ok
 

Rcga32

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Hi all. Came to this forum hoping for some advice from anyone who has used both of these lenses.

I am choosing between these for a loooong bike race that will likely go after sundown. I suspect the clear lenses will be best for this, but am wondering if the Prizm Low Light might actually work, and perhaps work better due to the contrast-enhancement?

I appreciate all advice. Thanks!
Both will work. Honestly with the set of low lights I had I barely saw any difference. But then again I am colorblind so I may be missing something.
 

Litos

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The low light lens is a marketing scam...

You can only see as good in low light as your own eyes can see...

They will not "enhance" light, so clear will be better...
 

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