PRESCRIPTION SUNGLASSES & POLARIZED SUNGLASSES
Find authentic prescription sunglasses for all sports, from biking to climbing, fishing to motorcycling, or simply to look your best. Plus, get the UV protection and glare cutting you need with polarized sunglasses that are customized just for you. Our professional opticians will fulfill your prescription and then ship you your sunglasses. If you have questions about reading your Rx, please contact us.
So whether you’re playing sports or spending the day at the beach, we will custom-tailor your prescription sport sunglasses and have them delivered right to your door.
SHOP POLARIZED SUNGLASSES
What do professional athletes ranging from the Winter X-games to the summer Olympics, boaters, outdoor enthusiasts, joggers, golfers, or pretty much anyone who is wanting a clearer view along with elimination of glare for their visual needs have in common? Polarized sunglasses. Polarized lenses contain a special filter that blocks light reflected from surfaces, such as a flat road or smooth water that can create an annoying and sometimes dangerous light. Find yourself squinting while wearing sunglasses? Polarized sunglasses improve comfort and visibility by cutting glare and haze that can come along with normal sunglasses. Whether it’s climbing a mountain, or shredding down one, polarized sunglasses or prescription polarized sunglasses may be what is missing to take your outdoor experience to the next level.
PRESCRIPTION SUNGLASSES & POLARIZED PRESCRIPTION SUNGLASSES ONLINE
Looking for photochromic prescription glasses, transition prescription sunglasses, prescription wraparound sunglasses, or whatever type of prescription sport glasses you’re in need of, find it all in one place right here. Even polarized bifocal sunglasses or progressive lenses are options for those visually challenged wishing to join the fun of outdoor sports.
Tell us what you want and we’ll get to work making all your prescription polarized sunglasses dreams come true.
The sun’s rays reflect light in every direction, so when a ray hits a flat surface, the reflected light shines back at your eye and is magnified, causing glare. It reduces your depth perception, distorts your view and color perception, and can even temporarily blind you.
Regular sunglasses are designed to only reduce the amount of light that is transmitted through the lens horizontally and vertically. But the chemical filter on the lenses of polarized sunglasses is designed to absorb horizontal light waves, while still allowing vertical waves to pass through. Because light only travels in one direction through polarized lenses, glare is eliminated.