Lenses That Suit You
With so many choices in lenses, it can be overwhelming to understand all the options. From standard plastic to polycarbonate lenses and photochromic to hard coat options, we have made it easy to discover the benefits of each. See a member of our team for more details.
How to Select Your Lens Type
Step 1: Choose Your Lens Type
Standard anti-glare treatment included
Features a single field of vision, or one prescription power throughout the entire lens.
Our eyes change as we age. Multifocal lenses help you see near, intermediate, and far.
- Bifocals: Lenses with two viewing areas divided by a visible line.
- Progressives: Lenses offering correction for near, intermediate and far vision, including added eye comfort by gradually changing the viewing area with no visible line.
Step 2: Choose Your Lens Material
- Good optical quality
- Best suited for mild or minimal prescriptions
- Recommended for prescription of +/-0.00 to +/-1.75
- Exceptionally thin and light design
- Top-quality strength and optical clarity
- 100% UV protection
- Recommended for prescription of +/- 4.00 and above
- Thinner and lighter than regular plastic lenses
- Impact and scratch resistant lenses
- 100% UV protection
- Perfect for children and anyone in an impact environment
- Recommended for prescriptions of +/-0.00 to +/-6.00
Step 3: Choose Your Anti-Glare
Offering lens treatments to meet everyone’s performance Multifocal needs.
- Maximum anti-reflective performance with a light reflection of less than 5%
- 10x more scratch resistant than ordinary anti-glare coatings
- The highest light transmission possible through the lens, which optimizes sight
- Superior cleaning capabilities due to water-, grease- and dirt- repellent layers
- Anti-static properties ward off dust and lint from the lens surfaces
Step 4: Additional Options
- Photochromic Lenses: Photochromic lenses, also known as light-responsive, will darken when exposed to UV rays or other intense light. When the light is no longer present, the lenses will return to their normal state. An excellent choice for added convenience and UV ray protection, photochromic lenses can be used with most frame styles.
- Tint: For sunglasses, cosmetic appeal, and special usages, tinted or colored lenses minimize unwanted glare. Important to note, tinted lenses may slightly alter the colors you see.
- Polarized Lenses: Polarized lenses improve visibility and minimize eye fatigue by reducing glare from water, snow, glass, and roads. They are perfect for outdoor activities like fishing and snow skiing, as well as driving. Important to note, they may change your visibility of images on an LCD screen.
- PureSight Technology: PureSight Technology is an anti-reflective coating that provides clearer vision and a more durable surface. Ideal for when you are working at a computer or driving at night, this coating minimizes eye fatigue caused by glare and lens reflection. It also resists smudges, dirt, and scratches.
- Hard Coat + Lens Warranty: Want some additional protection from accidental damage for your lenses? A scratch-resistant lens coating, hard coat, reduces scratching and usual wear and tear on your lenses. Plus, it comes with a two-year lens warranty and unlimited replacement for a 20% copay of retail charge.
- UV Protection: Protect your eyes from harmful UVA and UVB rays with an added UV protective coating.
- Roll & Polish: Ideal for rimless frames and stronger prescriptions, the Roll & Polish option makes the edges of a lens thinner by grinding down part of it.