Transitions

Transitions Photochromic lenses or more commonly known as Transitions are lenses that are clear indoors but turn darker outside. They are activated by the Ultraviolet (UV) light from sunlight.  Because the wind shield of our cars provide UV protection, most photochromic lenses do not turn darker inside the car. There are many brands including those

Polarized Sunglasses

Polarized Sunglasses Have you heard of polarized sunglasses? Do you wonder what advantage they have over regular sunglasses? Polarized sunglasses work by blocking the usual scattering of light that causes glare. Their ability to block glare provides great advantages for many sports as well as evening driving. To learn more about polarized lenses visit us

Sports Goggles

Sport Goggles Wearing protective sport eyewear can prevent the risk of sport related eye injuries. Prevent Blindness America reports that hospital emergency rooms treat more than 40,000 eye injuries every year that are sports-related. When choosing a pair of sport goggles consider the following: Pick a frame that best suits the sport you play; and
Sunglasses Frequently Asked Questions Do you ever ask yourself these questions about sunglasses? Will cheap sunglasses damage my eyes? What’s the best color for optimal vision? Should I get polarized sunglasses? Some eye doctors and opticians answer these questions and more in this article.  http://www.allaboutvision.com/askdoc/sunglasses.htm For great quality sunglasses that provide 100% UVA and UVB

exposure to sun

Children spend more time outdoors than most adults do yet, we rarely consider sunglasses for our kids. Wearing sunglasses is as important as sunscreen for children. Here are some points to consider when buying sunglasses for your kids: Impact-resistant lenses: The best lenses for children’s sunglasses are made of polycarbonate. Large, close-fitting frame: For the best protection