Aspheric Glasses. Aspheric reading glasses have a thinner, flatter lens profile and sit closer to your face. Learn more about the benefits of aspheric lenses here. Perfect for anyone with strong corrective lenses. Reduce the effects of eye size magnification. Thinner lenses provide weightless comfort.
High Index 1.74 lenses are the thinnest, flattest, and most cosmetically appealing lens ever developed. These ultra thin lenses are nearly 50% thinner than plastic and 5% thinner than 1.67 high index lenses, offering you the ultimate in technology and cosmetics.
Sports and Polarized Lenses. For years, boaters and fishermen have been the sole users of wearing polarized sunglasses. More recently, though, the benefits of polarization have been embraced by many outdoor enthusiasts. If you’re a water-sport athlete, golfer, cyclists, or runner – you can benefit from sunglasses with polarized lenses.
Polycarbonate lenses are highly resistant to impact, won’t shatter, and are 10 times stronger than glass or standard plastic, making them ideal for children, safety lenses, and physical activity. Lightweight and thinner than glass lenses, polycarbonate is more comfortable to wear for long periods of time.
Trivex lenses, however, are composed of a urethane-based monomer and are made from a cast molding process similar to how regular plastic lenses are made. This gives Trivex lenses the advantage of crisper optics than injection-molded polycarbonate lenses, according to PPG.