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Standard Shipping: 3-5 business days or less

Express Shipping: 2-3 business days

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Lens Lingo: UV, Polarization, Anti-Blue light, Polycarbonate

What are UV protective lenses and why should we wear them?
UV rays from sunlight can damage the retina and the lens of the eye. Too much exposure is linked to conditions like cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. We are surrounded by UV radiation all the time. The good news is that UV rays can be reflected. To provide UV protection, a special clear coating is applied to lenses during manufacturing. 
UV400 is the optical industry standard. It means that the lenses are made to protect your eyes against UV rays up to 400 nanometers in wavelength.
What are polarized lenses?

When a lens is polarized, it has a built-in filter that blocks bright, reflected light. This intense light is known as glare. This makes them very popular among people who spend a lot of time outdoors and around bodies of water. Polarized sunglasses can be helpful for driving too, since they reduce the glare that reflects off of cars and light-colored pavement. Light-sensitive people can also benefit from polarized lenses.

When glare is reduced, your eyes feel more comfortable and you can see your surroundings more clearly. Glare forces your eyes to work harder while they try to interpret the information they’re taking in. This kind of overwork is also called eye strainwhich can cause your eyes to feel tired, sore, or impossible to keep open.


Shop our polarized collection here.


What are anti-blue light lenses? 

Blue light blocking glasses are specifically designed to filter out the harmful blue-violet light rays that are commonly emitted from digital screens such as cell phones, computes, tablets, and TV screens. Blue light is known to cause eye strain, headaches, and disruptions in your body’s sleep cycle.

Shop our anti-blue light collection here.


What are polycarbonate lenses?
All of our OWL® sunglasses are made with polycarbonate lenses. Polycarbonate is the material favored by many eyewear manufacturers because it's very light and shatter proof / impact resistant; providing a very high degree of eye protection. Unlike glass, however, polycarbonate will easily scratch so you do need to take care of the lenses and always keep your sunglasses or eyewear in a case or carry pouch when not in use. Shop our pouch collection here.
TIPS FOR CLEANING: Use an alcohol based eyeglass cleaner, with an approved cleaning cloth to prevent scratches

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