TYPES OF LENSES
PRESENTING THE LATEST
IN LENS TECHNOLOGY.
IT'S OK TO STARE.
Crafted with incredible precision, technology has done wonders for eyewear, which is more than we can say for flying cars or time travel. These days, you can get custom lenses made for your eyes and your eyes only. Learn more about popular lens types and enhancements below.
SEE WHAT YOU'VE BEEN MISSING
With Single-Vision Lenses.
PLASTIC SO PASS'E.
Polycarbonate Lenses Come Standard.
BRING EVERYTHING INTO FOCUS
With Progressive ("Multi-Focal") Lenses.
PLAY HARD. SEE EASY.
Polycarbonate and Trivex® Ultra-Durable Lenses.9>
Beyond better vision.
From on the go to in front of the screen, lens-enhancing technology helps customize your lens to your lifestyle. Choose SunSync® light-reactive lenses for indoor-outdoor comfort, clarity, and convenience, or TechShield™ Blue to cut down your blue light exposure while working, playing, and connecting.
Polarized Lenses or “Sea Shades”
Normal glasses decrease light’s intensity by the same amount. Polarized lenses can selectively block light reflecting off flat surfaces like water. Featuring incredible glare reduction and enhanced color definition and contrast, they’re particularly useful when fishing or patrolling the waters for sea monsters.
SUNSYNC® LIGHT-REACTIVE LENSES
Go from clear to dark and dark to clear in record time, thanks to high-performance light-reactive technology. All while blocking 100% of the suns’ UV rays and reducing your blue light exposure. Head to our SunSync page to learn more.
Like a helmet for your lens, advanced surface coatings prevent scratches, reduce reflection and smudges, and increase UV protection. They also greatly decrease tired eyes and irritation caused by bright light or Monday mornings.
Combat digital eye strain with TechShield™ Blue
Did you know blue light from smartphones, tablets, and computer screens can contribute to digital eye strain? Take the eye strain out of screen time with this attractive, next-generation lens coating for prescription and non-prescription lenses. Head to our TechShield Blue page to learn more.