Lenses Available

There are multiple options available when choosing lenses. Be sure to take the time needed to decide exactly what you are interested in.

What is a “Standard” Lens?

Standard lenses/tint and UV Protection is your basic choice when purchasing E-clips. If you would like 100% UV protection and a darker lens, this is the way to go.

What is a Polarized Lens?

Polarized lenses provide 100% UV protection. They are dark (tinted) and remove about 90% of glare from the sun allowing you to see more than without the Polarization. Please be aware that some digital screens may be effected by the effect of the polarization filter.

What is an Anti-Reflective Coating?

Backside anti-reflective coating is available on all tinted and polarized lenses, and is included with the purchase of Blue Logic lenses. This product removes glare from light reflecting off your lens. It allows you to see clearer through your lenses because it recedes the amount of light being reflected off of the back of the sunglass lenses.

What are Blue Logic Lenses™?

 
 
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Grey —

Available in Standard, Polarized and Optional Anti-Reflective Coating

Reduces overall brightness while preserving 100 percent normal color recognition.Grey lenses almost always provide more light reduction than those of any other tint, and for that reason they are the best choice for spending long periods outside in the sun. Grey is a neutral color, and these lenses do not alter the way the eye perceives color. Still, this does mean that grey lenses provide less contrast, and certain colors and objects will not “pop out.”

 
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Brown —

Available in Standard, Polarized and Optional Anti-Reflective Coating

They heighten contrast and visual acuity. Particularly useful to improve contrast on grass and against blue skies. They provide enough light reduction for most outdoor conditions, and a portion of the depth and contrast provided by brown tinted lenses. In this way they are considered to be the most versatile, which explains their increasing popularity.

 
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G-15 —

Available in Standard, Polarized and Optional Anti-Reflective Coating

Heightens contrast (mildly) while preserving color balance most sensible choice for low light or foggy conditions, in which UV rays from the sun can still cause damage to the eyes. Like grey lenses they will not alter color perception, and the difference is the decreased light reduction. Often with grey lenses, the field of vision will seem “too dark” in cases where the sun is not at its bright.

 

Vermillion —

Available in Standard, Polarized and Optional Anti-Reflective Coating

Heightens contrast in partly cloudy and sunny conditions, but causes significant color imbalances. They provide excellent depth perception, enhance contrasts in tricky, flat-light conditions, improve the visibility of objects and make your surroundings appear brighter.

 

Yellow —

Available in Standard, Polarized and Optional Anti-Reflective Coating

Heightens contrast in overcast, hazy, low-light conditions outdoors These lenses are great in low light conditions, and in some cases provide for even better vision than green lenses. A great lens choice for night time driving to reduce the impact of oncoming headlights. However, they will not provide as much protection from the sun.

 

Silver Flash Mirror —

Available in Standard, Polarized and Optional Anti-Reflective Coating

Grey Base Color

ANTI-REFLECTIVE COATING NOT AVAILABLE ON STANDARD LENSES

 
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Blue Flash Mirror —

Available in Standard, Polarized and Optional Anti-Reflective Coating

Grey Base Color

ANTI-REFLECTIVE COATING NOT AVAILABLE ON STANDARD LENSES

 

Bronze Flash Mirror —

Available in Standard, Polarized and Optional Anti-Reflective Coating

Brown Base Color

ANTI-REFLECTIVE COATING NOT AVAILABLE ON STANDARD LENSES