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Prescription Lenses

Looking for the right prescription for your brand new sunglasses or eyeglasses have no fear. We completely back our prescription lenses, and have customer service staffed by optical professionals. We are ready to help you with any questions or issues you may have. We have all types of prescription lenses from single vision to bifocal, and progressive lenses. Get the Transitions, Varilux lenses you have been waiting for all with 100% free US shipping. We can fill any lenses or any prescriptions that you desire or need.


We stand by everything we sell with our generous 100% satisfaction guarantee. Our full line of optical products is backed by a free return policy that's second to none, and our customer support ensures that you'll always get the professional one-on-one service you need.




Single Vision, Distance, Reading Prescriptions Lens


Plastic CR-39 Lens $44.99

Plastic CR-39 Lenses are great for prescription sunglasses due to their tintability factor. The lens is light weight compared to glass, and may be made in just about any prescription.

Polycarbonate Lens $69.99

Polycarbonate lenses are the most impact resistant material. They are lightweight, have built in UV protection, and recommended for children, sports, as well as rimless frames. Originally used primarily for industrial safety glasses, they are now used for children, sports wearers, or anyone requesting greater impact resistance in their lenses.

High Index Lens 1.60 $79.99

This lens is up to 30% thinner and 20% lighter in weight than plastic. 1.60 lenses may be slightly thinner than polycarbonate but are not as impact resistant.

High Index Lens 1.67 $89.99

Using a higher index of refraction than plastic or polycarbonate, high prescriptions no longer mean thick chunky lenses that can only be glazed into heavy frames. Thinner and lighter in weight, these lenses also come with a built in UV protection.

High Index Lens 1.70 $199.99

Up to 50% thinner than standard plastic CR-39 lenses. Included Anti-Reflective Coating/UV protection/Scratch Resistance.

High Index Lens 1.74 $229.99

This is the thinnest technology available on the market. Experience lightness and durability like never before. Comes with Anti-Reflective coating, Scratch Resistance coating and UV protection.

Polarized Lens $119.99

Tinted lenses with a polarization filter that blocks vertical light. good for boating, fishing, golfing, hunting, and driving (in dry conditions). eases eye stress and fatigue in the sun.

Transition Lens (Grey) $129.99

'Transition' or 'photochromic' lenses darken to 70% tint in direct sunlight, lighten to 5% tint in shade. does not work for driving.

Transition Lens (Brown) $129.99

'Transition' or 'photochromic' lenses darken to 70% tint in direct sunlight, lighten to 5% tint in shade. does not work for driving.

Polycarbonate (Poly) Transition Lens (Grey) $169.99

Polycarbonate lenses are the most impact resistant material. Sun-Sensitive Lenses are also called 'transition' or 'photochromic' lenses. They darken to 70% tint in direct sunlight, lighten to 5% tint in shade. Take both qualities together and you have a durable impact resistant transitional lens.

Polycarbonate (Poly) Transition Lens (Brown) $169.99

Polycarbonate lenses are the most impact resistant material. Sun-Sensitive Lenses are also called 'transition' or 'photochromic' lenses. They darken to 70% tint in direct sunlight, lighten to 5% tint in shade. Take both qualities together and you have a durable impact resistant transitional lens.

DriveWear $169.99

Drivewear® Transitions® SOLFX™ lenses are the first photochromic lenses to darken behind the windshield of a car, allowing Drivewear to change color based on current driving conditions in order to enhance the driver's vision. In addition, Drivewear lenses are polarized to block blinding glare, another distinct advantage when driving a car. The only thing about Drivewear Lenses that most consumers don't know is that the lenses do not go completely clear indoors. The tint is about 50% the Overcast Color ( light green ) but the tint is light enough to see indoors. Transitions Lenses are clear indoors but the lenses do not active ( go darker ) behind a windshield where as Drivewear Lenses do.



Bifocals/Trifocals (line-bifocals) Lens flat-tops


Plastic CR-39 Lens $69.99

Plastic CR-39 Lenses are great for prescription sunglasses due to their tintability factor. The lens is light weight compared to glass, and may be made in just about any prescription.

Polycarbonate Lens $99.99

Polycarbonate lenses are the most impact resistant material. They are lightweight, have built in UV protection, and recommended for children, sports, as well as rimless frames. Originally used primarily for industrial safety glasses, they are now used for children, sports wearers, or anyone requesting greater impact resistance in their lenses.

High Index Lens 1.60 $149.99

This lens is up to 30% thinner and 20% lighter in weight than plastic. 1.60 lenses may be slightly thinner than polycarbonate but are not as impact resistant.

High Index Lens 1.67 $189.99

Using a higher index of refraction than plastic or polycarbonate, high prescriptions no longer mean thick chunky lenses that can only be glazed into heavy frames. Thinner and lighter in weight, these lenses also come with a built in UV protection.

Polarized Lens $159.99

Tinted lenses with a polarization filter that blocks vertical light. good for boating, fishing, golfing, hunting, and driving (in dry conditions). eases eye stress and fatigue in the sun.

Transition Lens (Grey) $169.99

'Transition' or 'photochromic' lenses darken to 70% tint in direct sunlight, lighten to 5% tint in shade. does not work for driving.

Transition Lens (Brown) $169.99

'Transition' or 'photochromic' lenses darken to 70% tint in direct sunlight, lighten to 5% tint in shade. does not work for driving.

Polycarbonate (Poly) Transition Lens (Grey) $229.99

Polycarbonate lenses are the most impact resistant material. Sun-Sensitive Lenses are also called 'transition' or 'photochromic' lenses. They darken to 70% tint in direct sunlight, lighten to 5% tint in shade. Take both qualities together and you have a durable impact resistant transitional lens.

Polycarbonate (Poly) Transition Lens (Brown) $229.99

Polycarbonate lenses are the most impact resistant material. Sun-Sensitive Lenses are also called 'transition' or 'photochromic' lenses. They darken to 70% tint in direct sunlight, lighten to 5% tint in shade. Take both qualities together and you have a durable impact resistant transitional lens.

DriveWear $269.99

Drivewear® Transitions® SOLFX™ lenses are the first photochromic lenses to darken behind the windshield of a car, allowing Drivewear to change color based on current driving conditions in order to enhance the driver's vision. In addition, Drivewear lenses are polarized to block blinding glare, another distinct advantage when driving a car. The only thing about Drivewear Lenses that most consumers don't know is that the lenses do not go completely clear indoors. The tint is about 50% the Overcast Color ( light green ) but the tint is light enough to see indoors. Transitions Lenses are clear indoors but the lenses do not active ( go darker ) behind a windshield where as Drivewear Lenses do.



Progressive Lens / No Line Bifocal Lens


Plastic CR-39 Lens $149.99

Plastic CR-39 Lenses are great for prescription sunglasses due to their tintability factor. The lens is light weight compared to glass, and may be made in just about any prescription.

Polycarbonate Lens $179.99

Polycarbonate lenses are the most impact resistant material. They are lightweight, have built in UV protection, and recommended for children, sports, as well as rimless frames. Originally used primarily for industrial safety glasses, they are now used for children, sports wearers, or anyone requesting greater impact resistance in their lenses.

High Index Lens 1.60 $249.99

This lens is up to 30% thinner and 20% lighter in weight than plastic. 1.60 lenses may be slightly thinner than polycarbonate but are not as impact resistant.

High Index Lens 1.67 $269.99

Using a higher index of refraction than plastic or polycarbonate, high prescriptions no longer mean thick chunky lenses that can only be glazed into heavy frames. Thinner and lighter in weight, these lenses also come with a built in UV protection.

High Index Lens 1.74 $499.99

This is the thinnest technology available on the market. Experience lightness and durability like never before. Comes with Anti-Reflective coating, Scratch Resistance coating and UV protection.

Polarized Lens $239.99

tinted lenses with a polarization filter that blocks vertical light. good for boating, fishing, golfing, hunting, and driving (in dry conditions). eases eye stress and fatigue in the sun.

Transition Lens (Grey) $249.99

'Transition' or 'photochromic' lenses darken to 70% tint in direct sunlight, lighten to 5% tint in shade. does not work for driving.

Transition Lens (Brown) $249.99

'Transition' or 'photochromic' lenses darken to 70% tint in direct sunlight, lighten to 5% tint in shade. does not work for driving.

Polycarbonate (Poly) Transition Lens (Grey) $269.99

Polycarbonate lenses are the most impact resistant material. Sun-Sensitive Lenses are also called 'transition' or 'photochromic' lenses. They darken to 70% tint in direct sunlight, lighten to 5% tint in shade. Take both qualities together and you have a durable impact resistant transitional lens.

Polycarbonate (Poly) Transition Lens (Brown) $269.99

Polycarbonate lenses are the most impact resistant material. Sun-Sensitive Lenses are also called 'transition' or 'photochromic' lenses. They darken to 70% tint in direct sunlight, lighten to 5% tint in shade. Take both qualities together and you have a durable impact resistant transitional lens.

DriveWear $269.99

Drivewear® Transitions® SOLFX™ lenses are the first photochromic lenses to darken behind the windshield of a car, allowing Drivewear to change color based on current driving conditions in order to enhance the driver's vision. In addition, Drivewear lenses are polarized to block blinding glare, another distinct advantage when driving a car. The only thing about Drivewear Lenses that most consumers don't know is that the lenses do not go completely clear indoors. The tint is about 50% the Overcast Color ( light green ) but the tint is light enough to see indoors. Transitions Lenses are clear indoors but the lenses do not active ( go darker ) behind a windshield where as Drivewear Lenses do.

Digital Surfacing Plastic Lens $249.99

Digital surfacing is a major technological advance used in the production of ophthalmic lenses. Most new progressive lenses are machined using this technique. This a new and dominant trend in technology.

Digital Surfacing Polycarbonate Lens $279.99

Digital surfacing is a major technological advance used in the production of ophthalmic lenses. Most new progressive lenses are machined using this technique. This a new and dominant trend in technology.

Digital Surfacing High-Index Lens $319.99

Digital surfacing is a major technological advance used in the production of ophthalmic lenses. Most new progressive lenses are machined using this technique. This a new and dominant trend in technology.



Lense Extras


Scratch Resistant Coating $24.99

Hard coating applied to lens to resist scratches.

Ultraviolet Protection (UV) $19.99

100% UV protection shields eyes from sun's damaging rays.

Anti-Reflective Coating $34.99

Coating applied to lens reduces glare. good for night driving, and computer use. allows other people to see your eyes better.

Gradient Tinting (Grey) $18.99

Gradient tinting gives you lens that are dark Grey at the top and clear at the bottom.

Solid Lense Tinting (Grey) $18.99

Regular Gray tinting is solid tint throughout the lens. It cuts 70% light for outdoor sunlight. A very cool fashionable look.

Gradient Tinting (Brown) $18.99

Gradient tinting gives you lens that are dark Brown at the top and clear at the bottom.

Solid Lense Tinting (Brown) $18.99

Regular Brown tinting is solid tint throughout the lens. It cuts 70% light for outdoor sunlight. A very cool fashionable look.

High Sphere Surcharge Fee $14.99

If your sphere measurement is greater than +5 or less than -5, the lense price increases.

High Cylinder Surcharge Fee $38.99

If your cylinder measurement is greater than +2 or less than -2, the lense price increases.

Sunglasses Surcharge Fee $39.99

If the prescription we are doing is for a pair of sunglasses, our lab charges an additional fee as most of the sunglases require more delicate crafting. Sunglasses tend to have a larger surface area and require manual intervention to create the perfect result.

High Luster Edge Polish $7.99

Ensures highest quality edge polish to get rid of sharp edges & provide a smooth finishing touch to the lens.



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