Polarized lenses are the ONLY sun lenses that reduce glare, improve vision and maintain healthy eyes
Once considered a specialty lens that was geared for activities such as fishing, boating, and other water and snow sports, polarized lenses are now the preferred choice by the patient as well as by the ophthalmic professional as the leading lens for sunglasses.
Polarized lenses are made from a special polarizing film that is applied in the factory on the front surface of the lens. This film allows light rays to be filtered, consequently improving the vision in strong light conditions. Polarized lenses will protect you from UV rays, glare and intense light. In combination with a reflection-free coating, polarized lenses are ideal for fishing and driving.
Transitions® Vantage™ lenses can be used indoors and
outdoor! They are everyday adaptive lenses with the added benefits of our new Trans-Polarizing™ process
- polarization that increases as the lenses get darker in outdoor light. That means that as Transitions Vantage lenses get darker, vision becomes crisper, sharper and more vivid, while glare is reduced in even the brightest sunlight.
Provides safe, relaxed vision
Increases visual clarity, depth and color perception
Maintains Healthy Eyes:
Provides 100 percent UV protection
VARIABILITY BRINGS THE BENEFITS OF POLARIZATION TO EVERYDAY SITUATIONS
Did you know that bright sunlight can cause glare when light scatters off reflective surfaces, which causes discomfort and dull, washed-out images? Polarization filters this light, so you get better clarity.
Polarization is not limited to sunglasses, which are popular with drivers and boaters for dealing with the harsh glare off the road or the water. However, glare isn’t limited to extreme situations. It’s also present in our everyday lives. Now you can get the benefits of polarization in an everyday lens. Transitions Vantage lenses are virtually clear indoors. Outdoors they increase polarization as they darken. This means that you can get crisper, sharper vision in the dappled light of a tree-lined sidewalk or the full glare of a city street.