I'm looking for advice for fly fishing specific Rx sunglasses. Do most of you use gray or amber tint? What brands would you recommend? This is going to be a high $ investment (about the price of a Sage One) so I need your help. Thanks
+1 for Smith photochromic copper. That's what I've been using since before Smith bought Action Optics. You can save some money with bifocals instead of progressive lenses. My everyday glasses have progressive lenses, but for fishing sunglasses I find bifocals adequate. (Bifocals combine a regular prescription lens for distance with a "reader" lens for up-close reading, tying tippets, etc.)I consider Rx Polarized real glass shades to be among my most important pieces of gear. I like photochromic copper for most fresh and salt applications but have amber for low light too. Plastic is light in weight but far more easily scratched than glass and hardly glass's equal in visual acuity. Both Costa and Smith have proprietary tints adapted to sight fishing; I have been wearing Smiths for some time now always with an eyewear retainer attached.