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Our sunglasses lens guide

Learn about the lenses you can choose for your new pair, from prescription types to materials—the works!

We’ve got options to meet a variety of vision needs

Non-prescription

These lenses offer style and protection with no vision correction. Most people choose this option when they’re shopping for a new pair of everyday sunglasses or they use them with contact lenses.  

Single-vision

These prescription lenses come with polarization, correct one field of vision—near, intermediate, or distance—and start at $150.

Progressive 

Our digital free-form progressives lenses are polarized and provide seamless near and distance correction, and everything in between, so you don’t have to switch between multiple pairs. Plus, there’s no line like bifocals have. 
 
 

Lens types

From different tints to flashy mirror

Solid

 

 

These lenses are consistently color from top to bottom, our solid lenses come in different colors, from green to grey, blue, or beyond. 

Solid lenses are available for both prescription and non-prescription pairs.

Mirror

For a high-fashion look in multiple colors, try a mirror coating. This ultra-sleek look reduces glare and helps prevent eye fatigue. Add flash mirrored lenses to any prescription order.

mirror sunglass lens
Gradient
sunglasses lense

These lenses transition from one color at the top to another at the bottom. 

Still, have questions on what type of lens is best for you? Schedule a time with one of our license options to help you choose. 

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