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Prescription Eyeglasses

Comprehensive Guide to Eyewear: Lenses, Materials, and Frame Options for Optimal Vision and Protection

Understanding Lens Types for Every Vision Need

These lens types cater to various vision needs and are prescribed based on an individual's specific requirements for clear and comfortable vision at different distances.

Plano Lens

A plano lens is a lens with no prescription power. It is flat and does not correct vision. Plano lenses are often used for cosmetic purposes, like in non-prescription sunglasses or safety glasses.

Single Vision Lens

A single vision lens has a consistent prescription power across the entire lens surface. It is designed to correct vision for a specific distance, either for nearsightedness (myopia) or farsightedness (hyperopia)

Bifocal Lens

A bifocal lens is divided into two parts, addressing both distance and near vision. Prescribed for presbyopia, a condition hindering close focus, bifocals offer a practical solution

Trifocal Lens

Trifocal lenses, like bifocals, offer three prescription areas: top for distance, middle for intermediate (e.g., computer screens), and bottom for close-up vision. They're prescribed for individuals needing correction at various distances

Progressive Lens

Progressive lenses, or no-line bifocals, seamlessly progress prescription powers from top to bottom, eliminating visible lines for a natural, aesthetic vision correction. Segments address distance, intermediate, and near vision needs

Lens Material

Explore Our Range of High-Quality Lens Materials: Tailored to Your Vision and Lifestyle

Crafted from a resilient thermoplastic, these lenses boast exceptional impact resistance. They are significantly lighter and thinner than standard plastic lenses, making them an ideal choice for safety glasses and sports eyewear.
Advantages: Perfect for those with an active lifestyle, these lenses provide robust impact resistance, are lightweight, and ensure UV protection.

CR-39, or allyl diglycol carbonate (ADC), is a type of plastic lens material. It is one of the most common materials used for eyeglass lenses. CR-39 lenses are known for their optical clarity and are relatively lightweight.
Advantages: Ideal for everyday use, CR-39 lenses are lightweight, offer excellent optical clarity, and are cost-effective.

Mid-index lenses are a type of plastic lens that is thinner and lighter than CR-39 plastic lenses. The 1.55 mid-index refers to the refractive index of the lens material, influencing its thickness.
Advantages: They are an excellent option for those requiring a thinner lens without a high prescription, offering a lighter and more comfortable eyewear experience.

Trivex lenses are a lightweight and impact-resistant material similar to polycarbonate. They are known for their optical clarity and are often preferred for rimless and drill-mounted frame styles.
Advantages: These lenses are known for their lightweight build, resistance to impact, exceptional clarity, and UV protection, offering a comfortable and clear vision.

Traditional glass lenses were once common but have become less popular due to their weight and lack of impact resistance compared to newer materials. Glass lenses offer excellent optical clarity but are heavier and may break more easily.
Advantages: These lenses are a great choice for those who prioritize high optical clarity above other features.

Another mid-index lens, the 1.67 mid-index is even thinner than the 1.55 mid-index. These lenses are suitable for stronger prescriptions, providing a thinner and more aesthetically pleasing appearance.
Advantages: These lenses are ideal for those with stronger prescriptions who seek a thinner lens profile, ensuring both style and comfort.

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Frame Options

Specialized Eyewear Solutions: Designed for Every Worksite Need

Each frame option serves specific needs, offering a range of features and protection tailored to different worksite environments.

Traditional eyeglasses with frames holding lenses for vision correction.

Best Worksite Uses: Ideal for general vision correction and daily wear in various work settings.

Safety glasses with built-in reading magnification for eye protection and close-up tasks.

Best Worksite Uses: Suitable for worksites where both eye protection and the ability to see up close are required.

Eyeglasses with tinted or polarized lenses for protection against sunlight and harmful UV rays.

Best Worksite Uses: Outdoor worksites with bright sunlight, providing both eye protection and visual comfort.

Eyeglasses designed specifically for close-up vision tasks.

Best Worksite Uses: Work that involves reading small print or performing tasks at close distances.

Glasses designed to filter or block blue light from digital screens, reducing eye strain.

Best Worksite Uses: Suitable for worksites with prolonged computer use, reducing digital eye strain.

Eyewear packages featuring thin and lightweight frames for a sleek design.

Best Worksite Uses: Professionals seeking a minimalistic and lightweight eyewear option in various work environments.

Eyewear designed to reduce eye strain and discomfort during prolonged activities.

Best Worksite Uses: Jobs requiring extended periods of focus, such as computer work or detailed tasks.

Protective eyewear meeting ANSI standards for impact resistance, available in prescription options.

Best Worksite Uses: Industrial worksites with potential eye hazards, providing essential eye protection.

Protective eyewear that fully encloses the eyes, offering a barrier against impact, dust, or liquids.

Best Worksite Uses: Hazardous worksites with airborne particles, chemicals, or liquids.

Prescription goggles designed for medical or laboratory settings.

Best Worksite Uses: Medical or laboratory environments requiring both prescription vision correction and eye protection.

Goggles designed to protect the eyes from harsh weather conditions, including wind, snow, and cold temperatures.

Best Worksite Uses: Outdoor worksites in cold climates, providing protection against weather elements

Eyewear packages meeting MSA safety standards, often used in industrial settings.

Best Worksite Uses: Industrial worksites where specific safety standards need to be met.


Each lens coating and option serves specific purposes, catering to different needs and enhancing the overall performance and durability of eyewear in various worksite conditions.

Reduces reflections and glare on the lens surface, improving clarity and reducing eye strain.

Best Worksite Uses: Suitable for computer work, night driving, or any environment with bright lights that may cause reflections.

Provides a durable layer that enhances resistance to scratches, ensuring a longer lifespan for the eyewear.

Best Worksite Uses: Suitable for worksites where eyewear may be exposed to potential scratching, such as construction or industrial settings.

Enhanced version of anti-reflective coating with additional features for improved durability and performance.

Best Worksite Uses: Similar to anti-reflective coating, ideal for professionals looking for advanced glare reduction and lens protection.

Coating that minimizes both glare and fogging, improving visibility in various conditions.

Best Worksite Uses: Suitable for worksites with varying temperatures or fogging conditions, maintaining clear vision.


Advanced Lens Options: Customizing Your Vision for Every Worksite


Photochromic lenses that automatically darken outdoors and clear indoors, adjusting to lighting conditions.

Best Worksite Uses: Great for frequent indoor-outdoor transitions, ensuring UV protection and ease.


Lenses that automatically adjust to changing light conditions, optimizing vision comfort.

Best Worksite Uses: Suitable for various worksites with changing lighting, offering continuous visual comfort.


Lenses that reduce glare and improve clarity by blocking horizontally polarized light.

Best Worksite Uses: Outdoor worksites with intense sunlight, water reflections, or glare from surfaces, enhancing visual comfort and safety.


Advanced lens technology that may include features such as UV protection, anti-reflective coating, and scratch resistance.

Best Worksite Uses: Versatile option suitable for a wide range of worksites, providing comprehensive protection and visual clarity.

Diabetic Lens Tech

Specialized lens technology designed for individuals with diabetes, addressing specific eye health needs.

Best Worksite Uses: Suitable for diabetics in diverse settings, ensuring visual comfort and health.