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Lens pricing

Cheatsheet

Enhanced clarity with lens coatings and treatments

  • Vision type

    Your type of eye condition plays a factor in the cost of your lenses.

  • Lens & frame type

    The type of corrective lens your prescription needs plays a part in the price you’ll pay. Your choice of frames can also have an impact on your total. For example, a thin titanium frame might require thinner lenses, which would incur additional costs.

  • Lens protection

    All of our lenses come with a multi-layer anti-reflective coating. If you choose to add any lens treatments — such as blue light protection lenses or polarized lenses —this can l add to the overall cost.

What’s next

Now that you understand your vision…

You’ll have a better idea of the corrective lenses that can help you see. There are a number of variables to consider when choosing lenses, including the thickness of the lens as well as the type of coating.

Thickness

How thick will my lenses be?

Advanced lens production technology has helped us develop ultra-thin lenses designed to help you see clearly. Lens thickness is usually dependent upon the size, shape, and positioning of your eye. The high-index, ultra-thin lenses we outfit our frames with are pleasing to the eye and for the eyes. Based on your prescription, we will recommend the best lens index to ensure your lens thickness will fit right in with your frame.

  • Thin

    A lightweight, organic or polycarbonate lens
    that can be used to outfit your eyeglasses or sunglasses. Rx range plano to +/- 3.00

    Always included in frame price
  • Thinner (1.67)

    This thin lens is made for those with +/- 3.00
    to +/-6.00


    + $60
  • Thinnest (1.74)

    Individuals with prescriptions above
    +/- 6.00 need the thinnest possible lens,
    and this is the choice our experts recommend.

    + $200
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