One of the simplest ways to improve your appearance is by taking advantage of the latest in frame and lens technology. Ultra-thin, lightweight lenses make “bottle-thick” eyeglasses and lined bifocals a thing of the past. We also offer the latest in recreation lenses for the amateur and professional athlete. These designs offer crisp vision, glare reduction, and the necessary safety protection for your peak performance. Speak with one of our knowledgeable opticians for sport-specific recommendations.
Hi-Index Lenses with Anti-Reflective Coating:
This lens is thinner and ligher than conventional plastic material; it is scratch resistant and provides UV protection. The Anti-Reflective treatment of this lens reduces nighttime glare from headlights and streetlights for safer driving, and also fights reflections from computer screens and overhead lights reducing eyestrain and fatigue.
Polycarbonate Lenses with Anti-Reflective Coating:
This lens is thin and light providing scratch and impact resistance, and UV protection. This is the safest lens to wear during and outdoor and sports activities, it is the most impact resistant lens available. The Anti-Reflective treatment of this lens reduces nighttime glare from headlights and streetlights for safer driving, and also fights reflections from computer screens and overhead lights reducing eye strain and fatigue.
This lens changes from clear indoors to dark outdoors. It provides UV protection from the sun. This lens option is available in a variety of lens materials and designs.
Polarized Sun Lenses:
This is a sun lens that eliminates surface glare. This lens is especially great for reducing glare from windshields and water surfaces, as well as providing better contrast amongst the greens for golfers and hunters. This option is available in a variety of lens materials and lens designs.
Progressive Multi-focal Lenses:
This lens is a no-line multi-focal lens allowing the wearer to see distance, up close, and everywhere in between. It allows for a clear vision in the distance for driving, and up close for reading, as well as in the intermediate for computer use and seeing the grocery store shelf while shopping. Unlike conventional flat-top bifocals there are no lines on the lens, giving the appearance of a single lens while providing the benefits of a multi-focal lens design.