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Learn More About Your Prescription Options

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For one distance far or near, also includes astigmatism

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Includes near intermediate, distance visual fields

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Basic, crystal clear, non-prescription lense included in purchase

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Easier to adapt to than basic with customizable digital lens design

Learn More About Your Lens Color Options

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These lenses gradually transition from one color or a lighter tint of the same color at the bottom

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These lenses’ mirrored surfaces cut down on the amount of light entering the eye

Lenses With Benefits

Our non-prescription sun lenses are crafted from CR-39, a polymer that holds color beautifully and hits that sweet spot of lightweight and durable.
All of our sun lenses block 100% of UVA and UVB rays for A+ eyeball health.

Lens Materials

Polycarbonate lenses

Our non-prescription sun lenses are crafted from CR-39, a polymer that holds color beautifully and hits that sweet spot of lightweight and durable.
All of our sun lenses block 100% of UVA and UVB rays for A+ eyeball health.

1.67 high-index lenses

If you have a strong prescription, you may want to opt for 1.67 high-index lenses, which are up to 20% thinner than polycarbonate lenses with the same prescription.

Blue-light-filtering lenses

We offer polycarbonate blue-light-filtering lenses for customers who are concerned about the effects of blue light.

-Reduces fatigue

-Prevents headaches and strain from digital device use

-improves quality of sleep

(FYI: Blue Light overexposure is linked to eye strain, increased risk of eye damage, and sleep cycle disruption)

1.74 high-index lenses

These lenses, recommended for anyone with an especially strong prescription, are up to 10% thinner than 1.67 high-index lenses with the same prescription.

Measure Your Pupillary Distance

What is Pupillary Distance?
Pupillary distance (PD) measures the space between the pupils of your eyes. Knowing this measurement is important to make sure your eyes match up with the optical center of your lenses. The average adult’s PD is between 54-74; kids’ are between 43-54.

How to Measure Your PD?
-Stand 8 in. away from a mirror.
-Hold a ruler against your brow.
-Close your right eye then align the ruler’s 0 mm with the center of your left pupil.
-Look straight then close your left eye and open your right eye.
-The mm line that lines up to the center of your right pupil is your PD.

Feel free to contact our doctors if you need any assistance or guidance.

An Even Easier Way to Measure:
Look into a mirror and using a washable marker/makeup dot the center of the pupils and measure how far apart they are with a ruler

For Progressives:
If getting progressives measure in mm how far the lower eyelid sits from center of the pupil for each eye