They’ve certainly made the clays stand out, but I’m now missing more of them. Why?

As you’ve discovered, coloured lenses can help your clay shooting in poor light conditions, or taking the glare off on really bright, sunny, days.

But their worth really does depend on the optical quality of the lenses.

There are plenty of great makes to pick from out there but some low-cost options aren’t always optically correct and can distort the image and your view of the target.

If you want an opinion on your purchase, take them to an optician and have him/her check for any shortcomings.

When out clay shooting, it would also be worth trying your pal’s glasses to see if they make a difference.