Ideal for using digital devices
Have you ever felt a bit of a headache after spending hours in front of your laptop or phone? Blue light blocking lenses can help reduce eye fatigue and increase comfort, so your eyes don’t have to work so hard to focus, especially during long hours of digital screen time.
Whether you’re working on your computer, getting lost in a great e-book, or bingeing a long-awaited series, you can enjoy clear, comfortable vision.
Effortlessly see near, intermediate, and far
Progressive lenses are designed for people with presbyopia. They are a modern solution that enables better vision at every distance, without the visible line that cuts across the center of bifocal or trifocal lenses.
With multiple prescriptions in one lens, there’s no longer a need to switch glasses between activities like reading, driving, or working at the computer. Take advantage of progressives and enjoy a more versatile pair of glasses.
Move between indoors and outdoors
Transitions® lenses block 100% of harmful ultraviolet rays. They automatically adapt to changes in the light conditions, making your eyes more comfortable, especially if you’re sensitive to light.
These lenses turn dark as soon as you step outside, responding to increased exposure to daylight. When you go indoors, they'll fade back to be entirely clear, allowing you to have clear, protected vision, wherever you are. Get the most out of Transitions® lenses to protect your eyes throughout the day.
To see near easily
Reading glasses allow you to enjoy your favourite novels, newspapers and magazines in perfect clarity, without eyestrain or discomfort. You’ll find it easier to focus with our fabulous collection of reading glasses.
Available in a wide range of styles, you can get a pair that flatters your unique style and face shape. Easily customize the power that your eyes need at a closer range when choosing from our wide selection of 2000+ styles.
Perfect for bright, sunny conditions
Polarized sunglasses eliminate glare coming from flat surfaces such as the road, water and snow. They help your eyes feel more relaxed and less tired because your iris muscle isn't working continuously to open and close your pupils in response to glare.
Ideal for relieving eye strain and light sensitivity. When you wear polarized sunglasses on a sunny day, you see what matters most: the view that lies ahead.
Protect and enhance your lenses
Lens coatings give you a better chance of making sure your lenses stay as fresh as the day you bought them. Spend less time wiping and cleaning scratches and fingerprints – lens coatings can prevent dust, lint, grease, dirt, sweat and water spots from sticking to your lenses.
Check out how lens coatings can protect and enhance the lenses in your glasses and sunglasses in the long run.
Standard air lenses
Scratch resistant coating to improve durability. Best for lower prescriptions and full-rimmed frames.
Durable air lenses
Impact-resistant and with UV protection. Great for doing physical activities, wearing as your everyday pair and for childern's glasses.
Thin air lenses
Thinner than standard lenses, lightweight and with a better aesthetic. Best for higher prescriptions and semi-rimless frames.
Advanced thin air lenses
Up to 40% thinner than standard lenses results in a reduced edge thickness. Great to be paired with rimless frames.
Super thin air lenses
Ultra-lightweight and flatter than other lenses. Excellent option for those with a higher prescription who don't want to compromise on the aesthetics.
Sometimes it’s possible to replace the lenses in your frames, but it will depend on the condition of the frames, their size, shape, curvature, your prescription, and the lenses that you choose.
We are currently not able to offer any re-lensing service. However, we offer a wide variety of frames, starting at $9, and free shipping over $50.
While all lens manufacturers offer a wide range of lens materials, the suitability varies according to your lifestyle, frames, and prescription.
The best lens material for kids and sporty folks is polycarbonate because it’s shatterproof. It’s thinner than the standard plastic lens, but thicker than high-index plastic lenses. For rimless glasses, which have no protection from the frames, you should consider high-index plastic lenses for better durability.
Top performers in high-index lenses also depend on the prescription that you have. If you have a low prescription, you'll want to decide what your priorities are.
When compared to plastic, glass lenses can be made thinner than plastic for extremely high prescriptions but weight and durability are major concerns. Glass lenses can be roughly three times as heavy as plastic lenses and of course, glass lenses can break easily. For these reasons, actual "glass" for glasses is a relatively rare occurrence in today's eyewear industry. We do not offer glass for the reasons above.
Plastic lenses (CR-39) are lighter than glass lenses, making them easier to fit in any type of frame and more comfortable to wear throughout the day. They are more durable and impact-resistant, and less reflective than glass. Since plastic is susceptible to scratches, you’ll need a scratch-resistant coating to prevent scuffs and marks. CR-39 can be made thinner if you have higher prescriptions. It’s the preferred choice for eyeglass lenses since its introduction, taking over glass lenses in the market until today.