Yes we do! Prescription sunglasses are available in three tints - grey, brown and green.
Certain styles may have rose or blue coloured lenses with non-prescription, but if you purchase with prescription it will be brown, grey or green depending on the frame colour.
If you are unsure, contact your local store or Retail Support and they will be able to explain the different colours.
Always remember, the thicker the lens are, the darker the tint may appear.
Yes of course. All our sunglasses are available for Home Try-On. If the style you like is not available for Home Try-On, the stock levels may be low due to high demand for some styles. We get returns every day. Once they have been checked and cleaned, the website will be updated so keep your eyes peeled.
Our sunglass lenses are approved category 3 – polarised, UVA and UVB protecting lenses. Whilst most eyewear brands charge a premium for polarised lenses, we provide them at no additional cost.
Indeed they are! Polarised lenses contain a special filter which blocks intense reflective lights and reduces glare, particularly useful when outdoors.
It is important to note however, as it reduces the intensity of light it may affect LCD and LED screens such as your computer, phone and some car dashboard screens. It can make it difficult to view the screens, or at times can cause a hologram/rainbow effect on screens.
Yes, high-index lenses are available for prescription sunglasses in 1.61 and 1.67.
If you are purchasing prescription sunglasses, you can customise the colour of the lens. This is only available in store and is considered a customer order so additional charges may occur. Speak to a member of the team and they will be able to show you the different options available.
Of course! For every pair of frames you purchase from us, you’ll help provide someone in need access to affordable eye-care. We donate optical glasses because of the range of economic benefits they provide for both the individual and community.