The quality of lenses matters for vision health.

UVA and UVB, powerful, invisible rays with wavelengths shorter than visible light, are the most dangerous parts of sunlight. They can cause cataracts, eyelid cancers and other skin cancers and are believed to play a part in macular degeneration, a major cause of vision loss for people over age 60. In addition, UV rays can prematurely wrinkle and age the skin around the eyes.

How to choose a base lens color. Always select a lens by viewing from the inside.


BLUE MIRRORED, GRAY BASE


BROWN (BRONZE OR GOLD)


GRAY GREEN / GREEN


AMBER / ORANGE


GRAY SMOKE