Our high quality Lenses
crafted with care
Here's everything you need to know about the premium eyeglass lenses we offer. From practical lens coatings to the different vision-correction options available, your lenses are the heart and soul of your eyewear.
Lenses for Screen Safety
Blue light filtering lenses filter out potentially harmful blue light emitted from digital screens. Studies show blue light can disrupt sleep and cause eyestrain. View all Blue Light Glasses
Lenses for Vision Correction
These lenses are designed to help you see clearly. Whether you’re nearsighted, farsighted, or suffer from presbyopia, prescription lenses will keep your vision sharp.
These multifocal lenses gradually change from near to farsighted vision correction as you move up the lens, providing more complete vision correction than standard bifocal lenses.
Prism glasses feature lenses designed to correct double vision caused by underlying medical issues. If you need them, your prescription will feature numbers telling us how to shape your lenses to correct your vision.
Bifocals feature two distinct prescriptions, with a line separating them across the middle of the lens. These are the most common type of multifocal lenses.
If you are farsighted, indicated by a (+) on your prescription, you’re looking for this type of lens. Eyewear with this type of prescription are also known as reading glasses.
If you are nearsighted, indicated by a (-) on your prescription, these are the lenses for you. Choose high index lenses If your prescription is on the stronger side.
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Light Intelligent Lenses™
Transitions Light Intelligent Lenses darken when outdoors and return to clear when indoors. They block 100% of UV light and help protect against potentially harmful blue light from digital screens and the sun. Choose from different lens color options to suit your personal style.View Transitions® lenses
Protect your eyes & lenses
Lens coatings add extra useful features to your eyewear. Take a look at all the different ways you can customize your lenses to suit your needs. View All Lens Coatings
The thickness of your lens
Your lens index is there through thick ‘n thin — the higher the number, the thinner the lens. High index lenses allow yours to be thinner than standard lenses. And if you want ‘em extra durable, go for polycarbonate lenses, which cater to most prescriptions.View Lens Indexes