Progressive lenses are advanced multifocal lenses customized to provide you with a wide field of view. They allow you to easily switch from distance to reading prescriptions—without the typical line found in bifocals. We use modern tinting techniques to ensure that your eyes are adequately protected from the sun. With bright summer weather and increased UV exposure, sunglasses are an essential part of eye care. Our Progressive Sunglasses Package includes anti-reflective, scratch resistant, and UV protective coatings on your lenses.
Lenses With A Latest Technology For A Sharp And Comfortable Vision
In people who are maturing (in their 40s or older), vision problems might occur sooner or later in life, resulting in reduced eye power and deteriorated vision health. And, this is where progressive lenses come like a blessing because they are considered as the most natural way for achieving a clear vision. They are multifocal lenses that are designed to offer you with a seamless progression of varied lens powers for all viewing distances.
One Lens And Three Invisible Zones
Made using state-of-the-art optical technology, progressive lenses provide greater comfort level to the wearer helping him maintain clear vision at all distances- near, far and intermediate.
Since, progressive lenses encompass a graduated range of vision varying from a distant zone to closer objects including intermediate zone, it creates annoying distortions in the lens periphery. However, with the advancement in technology, the design and production methods (computerized modelling and digital freeform manufacture) of these lenses have evolved over the years. And, today, you will find these progressive lenses with precise curves on surface of the lens and reduced peripheral distortion. This offers you with a better, clear and seamless vision.
Essential Protection for Sports
There are several ways to ensure you have the best protection for your eyes when playing sport. From frame material to lens technology, the below options can help you make sure you have the right kit.
Wrap around fit – A curved designed frame wraps around the eyes and ears. It fits snugly on the face and head. The components in the frame like the bridge, nose, and the temple keep the sunglasses firmly on the face regardless of sweat or constant movement. This makes it more suitable / comfortable for a sports person who is constantly moving and /or sweating during his activity.
Material – Frames made from a polycarbonate are durable, flexible and lightweight, giving you a pair of athletic sunglasses that are comfortable to wear, but aren’t in danger of shattering due to the intensive movement that is part of sporting activity.
Lens treatment – Lenses are vulnerable to a number calamites during sporting activity, so exploring different lens treatments can prolong the life of your sunglasses as well as help improve your performance. Anti-scratch treatment can provide heightened resilience to external elements, anti-fog treatment helps to prevent the build-up of condensation, and water repellence eradicates distorted vision caused by rain or sweat.
Polarisation – Reflection and bright lights can severely reduce clarity of vision, which can cause performance to suffer. Polarized lenses almost completely eliminate this problem by blocking bright light with a special filter and improving contrast to make your vision clearer. They come highly recommended for those wishing to engage in sports where reflection can be an issue, such as those involving snow, water or road surfaces.
Tints – Tints come in four categories, the first of which being the lightest and last being the darkest. The tints affect your glasses’ ability to filter light and are designed for different environments, therefore it is important to choose the correct tint level depending on what sport you are playing.
- Yellow tints are good for situations where there is little light, such as dawn or dusk fishing, as they improve contrast and eliminate reflections off the surface of the water.
- Orange tints improve depth perception vision accuracy, ideal for target sports like archery and shooting.
- Brown tints that fall into category three or four can provide an accentuated contrast and filter for more intense UV rays, optimal for high altitude sports such as skiing and snowboarding, and aquatic sports such as sailing and water-skiing.
- A grey tint is more neutral and does not affect the colour of your surroundings, making them idea for team sports and ball games.
Perfect for your first pair of glasses, glasses for children or standard everyday glasses:
Perfect for your first pair of glasses, glasses for children or standard everyday glasses: Eye lens single vision lenses are used for both distance vision and reading – the two most common reasons people wear glasses. What’s the difference? With reading glasses, the single vision lenses are optimised for vision in the near zone and personally fitted to the long-sighted reader’s standard reading distance. These lenses are great not only for books, but also for reading smaller font sizes on a smartphone or tablet. Long-sighted wearers usually have blurry vision in the near zone and sometimes when looking into the distance. Long-sightedness results from an image being focused behind the retina, resulting in a blurry image. With short-sightedness, however, objects in the distance appear blurry because the short-sighted eye focuses images in front of the retina rather than on it. An optimally fitted pair of distance lenses can help you see clearly when looking at objects which are far away