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Eyecare is important. If you have prescription eyeglasses you should also have prescription sunglasses. These allow you to protect your eyes and see as you would indoors with your standard lenses. There are many options available to fit your needs and prescription.
- Reduce chances of getting cataracts
- Prevent & slow macular degeneration
- Reduces chances of skin cancer around the eyes
- Prevents eye strain
- Enhances natural vision
- Blocks harmful blue light
- Provides UV protection
- Protection for cloudy day
Prescription Sunglasses are not limited to one lens, style, or color. Express yourself with a pair to fit your personality while protecting your eyes.
Blocks glare from reflecting light off of surfaces like water, snow, and the road. If you spend extended periods of time outside then you should consider polarized lenses.
- Prevent light glare directly hitting your eye
- Backside Anti-Reflective coatings added for clearer vision
- Improves color and depth perception
- Grey-Grey, Brown-Brown, and Brown-Grey gradient color options
A colored lens that provides basic sun protection.
- Prevents bright sunlight from damaging or discomforting the eye
- Customized darkness, the darker the tint the more protection
- Most common colors are Grey, Brown, and G-15, also available in many fashion colors.
Mirrored lenses have a high reflective surface and can be applied to both tinted and polarized lenses.
- Excellent sun protection
- Blocks more light and offering more UV protection.
- Super fashionable
- Comes in a large variety of colors
A light intelligent lens that is darker outdoors and transitions to clear indoors to offer you protection all day long.
- Fast transition from light to dark
- Fully clear indoors
- Blocks 100% UV and protects from harmful blue light
- Warmer the climate the darker the lens
- Comes in standard and style colors
- XtrActive: extra dark outdoors, ultimate eye protection, activates in the car, and can have a style mirror added to it.
- Vantage: darkens and polarizes outdoors, reducing glare. Changes to virtually clear indoors with a hint of protective tint.
OPTIONS FOR YOUR LIFESTYLE
Why Athletes Should Wear Sunglasses?
1. Sunglasses help block sunlight and the damage the sun causes.
2. Sunglasses help prevent eye injuries.
3. Sunglasses help boost performance by blocking glare and providing visual clarity.
Would you like prescription sunglasses without sacrificing your progressive lenses?
No problem with the iForm Driver. These progressive sunglasses are designed for athletes in mind with a bigger distance zone for vision where you need it most.
Polarized transition lenses that adapt to light behind the wheel and outdoors. These lenses have a special brown hue to bring out color and contrast along with removing glare while driving.
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