Including for every pair at zero additional cost

Scratch-resistant coating

No eyeglass lenses — not even glass lenses — are scratch-proof.

However, our lenses are treated front and back with a clear, scratch-resistant coating that has a much harder surface and more resistant to scratching, whether from dropping your glasses on the floor or occasionally cleaning them with a paper towel.

Anti-reflective coating

This coating does double duty: It eases eye strain caused by reflections

UV protection

Our lenses block 100% of UVA and UVB rays

Polarisation

Our prescription sunglasses, and many non-prescription pairs, come with polarized lenses at no extra cost. These lenses enhance vision and comfort by eliminating glare, increasing contrast, and improving color perception. 

Prescription types

Single-vision

These lenses correct one field of vision—near, intermediate, or distance. This option is what most people choose, and it’s included in the price of our frames, starting at £168.

Readers


These polarised lenses offer simple magnification (up to +2.75) for, well, reading—no prescription necessary. Starting at £150.

Non-prescription

Get all the style and protection of our optical lenses, minus the vision correction. Non-prescription polarised lenses come with our frames at no added cost.

Lens material

CR39 

 

CR-39 is a lightweight, durable polymer that holds color beautifully. It’s also the lens material that comes with all of our non-prescription sunglasses, at no additional charge.

Polycarbonate

These lightweight, impact-resistant lenses are our most popular option for prescription sunglasses. These sun lenses are included in the price of our prescription pairs, which start at £168.

1.67 high-index

 

Recommended for anyone with a strong prescription (+/-4.0 or higher total power), 1.67 high-index lenses are up to 20% thinner than polycarbonate lenses. These cost an additional £120.

Still searching for the perfect pair?

Our sunglasses lens guide

Learn about the lenses you can choose for your new pair, from prescription types to materials.