We offer prescription lenses in store only, starting at $79.
We sell a full range of lens materials and features. All of our lenses come with anti-reflection and
scratch–resistant coatings as well as UV filters.
Plastic Lenses – This is our basic material. It has great optics and is ideal for low prescriptions up to +/-
Polycarbonate Lenses – This is the most widely sold material world-wide. It has the extra feature of
being very impact resistant. It is slightly thinner and lighter than plastic and is ideal for prescriptions up
to +/- 4.00 Diopters
Trivex Lenses – This material is similar to Polycarbonate but with additional strength making it ideal for
rimless or semi-rimless frames.
1.67 High index lenses – This material is thinner than polycarbonate, and is ideal for prescriptions up to
+/- 6.00 Diopters.
1.74 Ultra High Index lenses- This is our thinnest and lightest weight material, ideal strong prescription
s+/- 6.00 and up.
Transitions Photochromic lenses – This feature allows for your lenses to get dark when exposed to UV
(outdoor daylight). They are available in Gray, Brown and Green in most materials.
Polarized lenses – This feature give you the ultimate full-time sun protection. All light that we perceive
as glare is absorbed by these lenses giving you the most comfortable vision in daytime activities, such a
driving, on the beach or in the snow. These lenses are available in Gray, Brown and Green in most
This lens process filters out blue light. Is it worth it? Decide for yourself here.
When purchasing prescription lenses with a sunglass, please note that we cannot match the color of the lens shown online. We offer polarized prescription and non-prescription lenses in Grey, Brown, and G-15 colors.
Due to the nature of the design of some frames, we can only sell certain materials of lenses for these frames. This is to prevent chipping and cracking in your lenses outside of normal wear and tear.
We will accept valid prescriptions from your eye doctor. Your prescription must not be expired - if there is not a specified expiration date the prescription must not be older than 2 years from today's date.
Your PD (Pupillary Distance) allows us to properly place your prescription into your new lenses. If you don't know your PD, check with your eye doctor. PD's are given in two formats. Your PD will either be binocular - one number, or monocular - one number for the left and one number for the right.