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mrwrath wrote an answer about on July 17, 2008

C12 is perfect for on the water - without glare, your eyes will be at ease and will thank you. Especially on the bright days. C12 is your standard sunglass lens darkness. C28 is approx half as dark and is good for partial sun days, but still very soothing if the sun does come out. C50 is definitely for use in not-so-bright weather - good for golfing/boating when you start off early in the AM or getting into the PM or overcast days.

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mrwrath wrote an answer about on July 17, 2008

To break it down... C means copper in color, a lens tint that offers increased contrast. 12 is the percent amount of visible light it lets through the lens, perfect for full sun because it blocks a lot of light.So that makes C28 a copper colored lens that allows 28 percent of the visible light through - good for lower light conditions than full sun.I have worn C28 in full sun, as the person above has, and found that although it doesn't block as much light as the C12, it is still extremely comfortable. They are both great lenses that offer great clarity, contrast and eye comfort. Whenever I wear either of them I always think "I wish my eyes always worked this good!"

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