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I'm not an expert, but the way it was explained to me is this: polarization filters out certain wavelengths of light. Light is what the eye functions with. Thus, to reduce the amount of light is to reduce the efficiency of the eyes. Some lenses - like Pilla - work by amplifying those wavelengths that help us see better, in a given light condition.

As I say, I'm not an expert.

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Shoot them a lot they are great in the rain I use them for driving in the rain also. I prefer the bronze color over the dark grey.
 

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I have used both polarized lenses, and CMT lenses from Randolf. This time of year,I shoot in the snow and gray, and both seem to make the orange target appear better for me.
 
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