1.56 Aspheric Lenses suggestion power:
SPH: -0.50 ~ -4.00;CYL: -0.50~-2.00
1.61 Aspheric Lenses suggestion power:
SPH: -0.50 ~ -6.00;CYL: -0.50~-2.00
1.67 Aspheric Lenses suggestion power:
SPH: -3.00 ~ -8.00;CYL: -0.50~-2.00
1.74 Aspheric Lenses suggestion power:
SPH: -3.00 ~ -12.00;CYL: -0.50~-2.00
Remark:Prescription lenses under one of below Two conditions belongs to customized lenses, lenses factory has to make the lenses specially for you, they will ask for extra cost USD10 or USD20. Thanks for your great understanding!
Cylinder >-2.00 or >+2.00 (USD10)
Cylinder >-3.75 or >+3.75 (USD20)
Customized Lens (Producing period: 2-5 days)
Lenses is very complicated, we reserve the right to ask for extra cost for customized lenses,
Please be kindly noted and thanks for understanding.
Protect your eyes from the sun and harmful UV rays in style. Browse our selection of prescription sunglasses and click the heart to add frames to your “Cart” list.
After you select your frames, choose from several sunglasses lens options including color tint, mirrored lenses, polarized lenses, or gradient tint, all available for AOFLY sunglasses lenses. Check out our eyeglasses styles for an even wider selection of frames. You can add tinted lenses to any of them!
Where are Sunglasses Lenses Most Useful?
Prescription sunglasses can make your life easier in many different situations.
sunglasses protect your eyes around water by blocking glare reflected off the water surface.
sunglasses lenses block glare from smooth road surfaces during driving. Make sure you can read your dashboard displays through the lenses!
sunglasses lenses are useful for hiking trips that will take you to exposed places like mountaintops, especially in snowy conditions.
Can any sunglasses be made prescription?
Most of the sunglasses we offer can be made prescription.
Can you get polarized prescription sunglasses?
Yes! Please contact AOFLY customer service
With polarized lenses, the amount of glare and eye strain experienced on a sunny day is reduced, providing further clarity to your vision.
There is an additional but not usually excessive cost to having your prescription lenses polarized, which varies depending on where you buy your sunglasses.
Can you wear prescription sunglasses while driving?
Sure! As a matter of fact, we encourage those with a prescription to wear prescription sunglasses while driving during the day.
A pair of prescription sun specs can come in handy for any outdoor activity, but driving, in particular, requires clear and focused vision. Wearing AOFLY sunglasses while driving will provide clarity to your eyesight, protection from harmful UV rays and defense against bright sun reflections that can distract you from the road.
How do you know what size prescription sunglasses to get?
If you already own a pair of sunglasses or eyeglasses that you feel is a good size, then you can easily find its measurements and use them to shop for your next pair.
To find the measurements on your current frames, check the area of the glasses located near your temple. If there are no measurements present, check the bridge of the glasses on the side that rests against your skin.
What you’re looking for:
Your frames may have various numbers or symbols on the temples or bridge, but not all of them have to do with size.
Eye size and bridge size are normally side by side, but sometimes have a little box symbol between them. The temple size can either immediately follow the eye and bridge size or could be separated by some other information.
The eye and bridge sizes are each made up of a two-digit number, while the temple size is made up of a three-digit number. Here's how to pinpoint them: Eye size: ranges between 40 – 62 Bridge size: ranges between 14 – 24 Temple size: ranges between 120 – 150
Use these measurements to find a pair with a similar fit to what you already wear and prefer
Is it bad to wear prescription sunglasses with contacts?
We do not recommend wearing prescription sunglasses with prescription contact lenses.
This is because the prescription contacts already work to correct your eyesight. Adding the prescription glasses on top of them can cause headaches, eye strain and can even damage your vision.
We suggest buying a pair of high-quality non-prescription sunglasses to wear on days you choose to wear contact lenses.