Design: Pink Maya
Single Vision: Used to correct for only one distance. Has the same prescription throughout entire lens. Used for Reading, Far Distance or Computer Distance.
Progressive: Provides a youthful look while offering natural visual experience with a smooth transition between far, immediate and near vision. Provide a continuous progression of lens powers between all viewing distances without the visible line of bifocal lenses.
Polycarbonate: Offer superior impact resistance to keep your eyes protected. Polycarbonate lenses are thinner than standard plastic lenses, exceptionally lightweight and offer frontside UVA/UVB protection.
High Index 1.67: An alternative to polycarbonate lenses. Comprised of dense material resulting in thinner and lighter lenses than those produced from polycarbonate. Especially useful for those with strong prescriptions creating eyeglasses that are comfortable to wear without the awkward look of thick lenses.
Standard Clear: Standard Clear for everyday use.
Blue Light Protection: Reduces exposure to potentially harmful Blue Violet Light.
Photochromic: Adapt to changing light as you move through your day to reduce glare, eye fatigue and eyestrain for more effortless sight from indoors to outdoors.
Polarized Sunglasses: Provides enhanced contrast and glare reduction you need outdoors. Offers vibrant colors, sharp detail and frontside UV protection.
Mirrored Sunglasses: These coatings are bold in color and highly reflective. Mirror coatings are excellent at reducing light transmissions and ideal for people frequently outdoors. For sports choose orange, brown and yellow colors. For glare reduction choose a silver color.
ALL OUR LENSES INCLUDE
Anti-Reflective Coating: Reflects light off the lens surface providing wearers with a reduction in glare and eye fatigue. Especially helpful when driving after dark and working on a computer.
Scratch Resistant Treatment: Prevents minor scratches that occur with daily wear.
UV Protection: Provides sun protection for the wearer's eyes blocking harmful ultraviolet light. Too much exposure to the sun can result in eye damage including cataracts and retinal damage.