Nonprescription sunglasses are universally popular, whether you are a celebrity in search of the latest fashion statement or an outdoor worker who needs the ultimate in sun and UV protection.

Types of Sunglass Lenses

Polycarbonate

  • Thin & Lightweight
  • Scratch Resistant
  • 10 Times More Impact Resistant Than Standard Plastic Lenses
  • Has UV Protection

Anti-Glare Coatings

  • Limits The Quantity Of Light That Bounces Off Of Your Lenses
  • Greatly Reduces Glare Caused By Lights In Traffic & Indoor Overhead Lighting
  • Improves The Appearance And Comfort Of Your Eyeglasses
  • Help Relieve Eye Fatigue

Transition Color Changing Lenses

  • Respond To The Sun's Uv Rays
  • Clear In Indoor Lighting
  • Darken Quickly In Bright Settings Or In Direct Sunlight.
  • Provide Nice Comfort While Outdoors
  • Do Not Darken In Car, Windshield Absorbs Light That Activates Lenses To Darken
  • Has Nice Looking Gray Transition Color

Polarized

  • High Quality Sunglass Lenses
  • Reduce Reflective Glare From Flat, Shiny Surfaces (Such As Water Or Snow)
  • Specialize In Cutting The Blinding Glare Of The Sun That Causes Headaches Has Nice Looking Gray Transition Color
  • Available in Zero Power For Use With Contact Lenses Or Those With No Prescription

Benefits Of Wearing Sunglasses…Other Than Looking Great!!

You slather on SPF 50 to shield your skin from the sun. But what about your naked eyes? Numerous Americans do not recognize the health benefits of sunglasses. Yet this simple and stylish accessory can protect your eyes from a host of conditions caused by ultraviolet rays.

Wearing Sunglasses Helps Prevent:

Skin Cancer
Up to 10 percent of all skin cancers are found on the eyelid.

Cataracts
The World Health Organization reports that, worldwide, approximately 900,000 people are blind because of cataracts—cloudiness in the lens of the eye—triggered by UV exposure.

Macular Degeneration
Over time UV light may play a role in damaging the macula lutea (an area of the eye with millions of light-sensing cells, which allow us to see fine details clearly), potentially leading to blurriness and vision loss.

Pterygium
This abnormal growth of tissue—also called surfer's eye—may progress slowly from either corner across the white part of the eye, possibly leading to inflammation or disturbance of vision.

Photokeratitis
Essentially a sunburn of the eye, it's temporary (healing within 48 hours) but can be painful, causing blurred vision, light sensitivity, and the sensation of having sand in your eye.

We even carry all of your favorite brands of designer sunglasses, many of which can be converted to prescription sunglasses to fit your vision needs as well as your fashion desires.

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