See clear and comfortably, ever time.
You deserve to have clear and comfortable vision, no matter what the weather, time of day or activity. Conditions such as rainy or snowy days, low light, or a 3 monitor workstation display can cause reduced vision, eye strain and unfocused light. Just as important as seeing clearly, we must protect ourselves from harmful rays that may cause damage to our eyes. That is why our lenses come with specialized coatings to ensure your vision is one thing you don't have to worry about.
Ultra Violet Protection: UV light is essential to life, and it also helps our eyes develop when we are younger. But over time it can damage the tissues of your eyes and can contribute to cataracts, macular degeneration and pingueculas. That is why it is important to use UV protection everyday, even in cloudy conditions.
Scratch Protection: Most lenses are made from high quality plastic lenses, which makes then thin and lighter than traditional glass lenses. But this also makes them prone to scratching. A scratch resistant coating keeps your lenses from accumulating scratches and swirl marks, and helps you see better, longer.
Anti-Reflective Coating: Light reflects off all surfaces it touches, creating competing light waves that our eyes have to filter out. This occurs with headlights, indoor lighting, and especially digital screens. Anti-reflective coatings help minimize these runaway light waves to provide clearer vision during nighttime driving and when using your computer. Many anti-reflective coatings even provide protection against blue light which can cause eye strain and disturb sleep cycles.
High Energy Visible (HEV) Light / Blue Light: Blue light is part of the visible light spectrum and it allows us to see the blue colored objects that fill our world. Blue light is the shortest wavelength of visible light, which means it is close in wavelength to ultra violet light, the same wavelengths that can damage our skin and eyes. Recent research has shown that blue light can produce visual eye strain, disrupt our circadian rhythm and may contribute to macular degeneration. While blue light occurs naturally, we are also giving ourselves an extra dose of blue light which comes from screens of cell phones, computer monitors, television and other electronic devices.