Mako has just released their newest lens in the Blade frame, the G0H2. This grey lens base recipe with a red mirror has been carefully crafted using feedback from customers to deliver an all round comfortable lens suitable for a wide range of outdoor activities.
The advantage of grey lenses is that they accurately and naturally represent the colours usually seen by the naked eye. This low colour distortion makes them extremely comfortable over long periods. The downside of grey lenses traditionally is that it is the darkest tint and therefore cuts more light out, sometimes making objects in shadows and low light more difficult to see.
By carefully manipulating the light coming through the lens, i.e. the amount of light able to pass or transmit through the filter, and adding their proprietary HD filter, Mako have created a grey lens with no equal.
Comfort, clarity and contrast are maintained with low colour distortion and a wider active viewing window has been created meaning more hours of viewing time during the day. Grey lens wearers who found that the eyesight was somewhat compromised in low light will appreciate the excellent light replication this lens offers.