Whitetail deer have eye coloration that can vary because of age, location, habitat and genetics. Van Dyke’s offers, in many cases, four color versions of glass eyes that can be used for Whitetail. These versions include "light" featuring a caramel brown colored iris, "medium" or "deer" with a medium brown coloration, "dark" which is dark brown and a "deer/antelope" version which is a very dark brown with a slight hint of red. In general, the lighter the eye, the easier it is to see the pupil; in the light version the pupil shows very well. As the eye gets darker, the pupil is blended into the overall color until finally, in the deer/antelope version, it is hard to identify the veins and the pupil.
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While making your eye choice view our handy Eye Reference Chart.