Prescriptions




You have 2 options for adding a prescription to your eyewear.

  • Choose a frame from any one of our 28,000 frames that suits you and add a prescription.
  • - OR -
  • You may send in YOUR OWN FRAME and we will process your prescription into it.
    Follow the instructions below.



  •  Option  Type  Description
    1
    Clear Lens
    No prescription filled (Could be filled on all prescription frames and most sunglass frames if you want a clear lens). Available in plastic and glass.
    2
    Distance, reading or single vision lens
    Standard prescription lenses, for either distance vision or near vision (reading). This is the most common lens selection.
    3
    Bifocal Lens
    This lens has a segment in it for far sight and a segment below with a near sight or vice verse depending on the prescription. Bifocals are usually prescribed for those of us over the age of 40 who have lost their ability to focus on close work.
     4 Progressive Lens/ No Line Bifocal Lens This lens serves the same function as the bifocal lens but with no visible separation line on the lens.

    Lens Quality Guide:

     Option  Type  Description
    1
    Plastic
    Standard plastic lenses are great for almost any prescription. This lens type cannot be used in rimless frames.
    2 Polycarbonate Polycarbonate lenses are the most impact resistant material. Up to 20% thinner and stronger than plastic. 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.
    3
    High Index 1.60
    Up to 42% thinner than standard plastic CR-39 lenses. Great for high prescription. Lighter in weight, these lenses also come with a built in UV protection.
     4 High Index 1.67
    Up to 30% thinner than Standard Plastic CR-39 lenses. Great for high prescription. Lighter in weight, these lenses also come with a built in UV protection.

    Lens Coating Guide:

    Option
    Type
    Price
    1
    Scratch Resistant: Hard coating applied to lens to resist scratches
    $24.95
    2 Ultraviolet Coat (UV): 100% UV protection shields eyes from sun's damaging rays $19.95 
    3
    Anti-Reflective Coat: Coating applied to lens reduces glare. good for night driving, and computer use. allows other people to see your eyes better.
    $34.95
    4 Grey Gradient Tint: Gradient tinting gives you a lens that is dark Grey at the top and clear at the bottom. Great way of making your prescription eyeglasses looking like sunglasses. $18.95
    5
    Grey Solid Tint: Regular Grey tinting. Solid tint throughout the lens. It cuts 70% of sunlight . A very cool fashionable look.                                            $18.95
    6
    Brown Gradient Tint: Gradient tinting gives you a lens that is dark Brown at the top and clear at the bottom. Great way of making your prescription eyeglasses looking like sunglasses.
    $18.95
    7
    Brown Solid Tint: Regular Brown tinting. Solid tint throughout the lens. It cuts 70% of sunlight . A very cool fashionable look. $18.95
    8
    Polarized Grey: 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.
    $73.95
    9
    Polarized Brown: 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. $73.95
    10
    Transitions Sun Sensitive Grey: "Photochromic" means the lenses change from clear to dark in the presence of ultraviolet (UV) radiation, such as when exposed to sunlight. Indoors and at night, Transitions lenses are as clear as regular clear lenses. $88.95
     11 Transitions Sun Sensitive Brown: "Photochromic" means the lenses change from clear to dark in the presence of ultraviolet (UV) radiation, such as when exposed to sunlight. Indoors and at night, Transitions lenses are as clear as regular clear lenses. $88.95

                                                                                 Lens Pricing Guide:

    Lens Type
    Lens Quality
    Price
    Clear, Distance, Reading or Single Vision
    Plastic Lens
    $44.95
    Clear, Distance, Reading or Single Vision
    Polycarbonate Lens
    $69.95
    Clear, Distance, Reading or Single Vision
    High Index 1.67
    $79.95
    Clear, Distance, Reading or Single Vision
    High Index 1.60
    $89.95
    Bifocal
    Plastic Lens
    $69.95
    Bifocal
    Polycarbonate Lens $99.95
    Bifocal
    High Index 1.67 $129.95
    Bifocal
    High Index 1.60 $169.95
    Progressive Plastic Lens $149.95
    Progressive Polycarbonate Lens $179.95
    Progressive High Index 1.67 $239.95
    Progressive
     High Index 1.60 $299.95

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