Your Lenses

Have questions about which lenses you need? You're in the right place!

Types Of Lenses

  • Single Vision Lenses

    Single vision lenses are made with one prescription throughout the lens for either distance, intermediate or near focal lengths.

  • Bifocals

    Bifocals are lenses that have two different prescriptions in them, separated by a small line or segment usually 28mm in width. They usually have a distance prescription on the top portion of the lens and near prescription on the bottom portion of the lens for reading. What focal length is in each section will be prescribed by your doctor.

  • Progressive Lenses

    Progressive lenses are designed to give the wearer a more natural way of viewing through their lenses. A typical progressive will have three different prescriptions in them, distance on top, an intermediate in the middle then followed by a near prescription at the bottom with no line separating the three areas. Traditional progressive lenses are a premier value alternative as they are easy to adapt to and comfortable to wear.

  • Digital Progressive Lenses

    Digital progressive lenses follow the same format as traditional progressives but with its advanced design they can improve prescription accuracy and create a smoother transition through each prescription zone. This produces less of a “swimming” effect when you look from side to side, as can be seen in traditional progressive lenses. The channels are also significantly wider and offer overall less distortion and better optics.

Lens Materials

  • Polycarbonate

    (Standard with any prescription eyewear purchase) Polycarbonate lenses are up to ten times more impact-resistance than  plastic lenses. These lenses are lightweight for your comfort and are a popular choice for eyeglasses and sunglasses. All of our polycarbonate lenses include our clear UV protective coating. This coating blocks 100% of the suns harmful UVA and UVB rays.

  • 1.67 High-Index Plastic

    High Index lenses are thinner and more lightweight than Polycarbonate lenses. Because of this they are a perfect choice for all prescriptions but are especially good for those with a stronger prescription. Choosing this material ensures that your lenses will be more comfortable, thinner and attractive. All of our High Index lenses include our clear UV protective coating. This coating blocks 100% of the suns harmful UVA and UVB rays.


  • Anti-Reflective Coating

    Anti-reflective coating (also known as “AR coating” or “anti-glare coating”) eliminates the reflections from the front and back surface of your lenses. By removing reflections your vision is sharper, dramatically improving your vision, especially while driving at night. AR coated lenses also help to reduce eye strain from prolong computer use, all while making your lenses nearly invisible to other people. These helps you to look your best in any lighting condition and allows people to see your eyes not a reflection.

  • Blueprotect Anti-Reflective Coating

    This lens add-on has the same benefits of the standard anti-reflective coating but also provides added protection for you eyes. With the upsurge in electronic devices, your eyes are exposed to increasing levels of harmful blue light spectrum. These blue rays of light are emitted from digital devices, such as your phone, tablet and computer. Blueprotect Lenses protect your eyes from the dangers of the high levels of UV rays and harmful, high-energy blue light for a lifetime of vision preservation.

  • Photochromic

    Photochromic lenses are clear lenses that darken to grey automatically when exposed to UV light. When no longer exposed to UV light, the lenses return to their clear state. Photochromic lenses do not always work effectivity in cars because a cars windshield naturally screens out most of the ultraviolet light.

  • Polarized

    Polarized sunglass lenses are coated with a special chemical film which reduces the glare from the sun. This is especially helpful in reducing the reflections off of water, snow or solid surfaces (such as windshields) By neutralizing the suns glare, polarized lenses help you see objects more clearly while reducing the harmful effects of UV rays. These lenses come in three different colors, grey, brown and G15 (dark green).

  • Anti-Scratch

    FREE!  All our lenses include an Anti-Scratch coating, free of charge. This coating reduced the amount of scratches that can occur on the surfaces of lens. Please note, that no scratch-resistance coating can completely protect your lenses from normal wear and tear. Store your glasses in a case when not in use and clean your lenses with a microfiber cloth (included!) to keep them looking new.

  • UV Protection

    FREE! Our clear, protective lens coating blocks 100% of harmful UVA and UVB rays and comes standard on all polycarbonate and hi-index lenses.

Pupillary Distance

Use the following tool to measure your Pupillary Distance. This is pretty simple and just requires a printout of the document linked below.

Take Your Measurement