tomPietrowskiBasically its the new way of making a lens which quite a few brands are now Using. It follows on from polirized. Thos lenses cut out "bad light" in the form of reflections to cut down glare. Prizm takes it a stage further and cuts certain colors out of the light.
it sounds complicated but basically i gives an incredible clarity. They enhance snow details really well and can turn even the flattest days into good days. I tried the prizm rose back to back against a hi yellow and black irid and it was way better then both. Better vision then yellow in low light yet the same lens gave better results then the black irid in the sun.
They are pretty amazing an if you ride ockley should be the only lens you consider.
damn that sounds amazing. def will check that out for my Oaks. cutting certain colors out sounds very mysterious to me, needless to say, but whatever works haha
while we're sort of on the subject.. is it true that there is a potential upside to not having polarized sunglasses while skiing, because the glare off of ice can help you see it? or is that just a popular myth?
also, are bonita fish big?